One of the most sought beaches of Rio de Janeiro, Búzios is about two and a half hours drive from the capital, in the so-called Região dos Lagos.

In a charming peninsula that looks more like an island, main attractions lead us to experience contact with nature. There are 23 beaches in total. Several of them allow the practice sports like surfing, kite surfing, windsurfing, stand-up paddle and diving.

After a swim every now and then, the best way to get to know the area is exploring many of the trails by bike or by walk while enjoying beautiful viewpoints along the way. The trail that connects Ferradura and Ferradurinha beaches simply unveils the most spectacular sceneries. The one that leads us to Mangue de Pedras is considered the most curious track, as this type of mangrove shows peculiar vegetation not easy to be found on any other beach. Thanks to this feature, the region serves as a natural nursery for several species.

Boat trips are good options to enjoy the resort from different angles. There are mandatory stops on pristine beaches such as Azeda, Azedinha, Tartarúga and João Fernandes.

Búzios, once a humble fishing village, awoke for its touristic potential in the 60’s after the actress Brigitte Bardot had spent holidays in the completely unknown beach by then. Nowadays, the peninsula receives visitors from several different countries – and many of them simply decide to settle down here! We find residents from about 60 different nationalities in the city.

The meeting place after a day at the beach is a street located in the heart of the center town known as Rua das Pedras – and its extension, the Orla Bardot – a place full of restaurants with flavors from around the world. Cosmopolitan glamour harmonizes with the colorful fishing boats that adorn the atmosphere providing a bucolic impression to the impeccable landscape.


We offer unique tours to Buzios, adapted according to the interests and profile of each group.
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