Located in "the St. Tropez of South America," your vacation couldn't be more relaxing, and exciting!
Buzios was ranked the 7th most visited city in Brazil!
It's only a five minute walk to the beach and Porto da Barra where you'll find great restaurants, bars, and live music, most with outdoor spaces. If that's not enough, English is spoken all over B˙zios!
Just 105 miles northeast of Rio de Janeiro, a leisurely two hour trip takes you to the peninsula of B˙zios, a paradise consisting of more than twenty magnificent beaches and crystal-clear water which contrasts with the extraordinarily sculptured landscape and exotic vegetation.
Originally settled by European pirates and slave traders, this happy mixture of many bloods prospered and became a picturesque fishing village, elected one of the ten most beautiful areas in the world, famous for its unique combination of rustic charm, architectural harmony, incredible beauty and sophisticated boutiques and restaurants frequented by discerning visitors who come from all over the world to savor its magic.
The seawaters are always incredibly clear. They are rich in minerals that contribute to the growing of great banks of mollusks responsible for the formation of one of the two coral colonies in the south of Brazil's coast. The plethora of marine life consists of dolphins, penguins, tunas, anchovies, mussels, oysters, lings and snails.