The Brazilian Saint-Tropez

Originally settled by European pirates and slave traders, this picturesque fishing village is now decidedly chic.

Unheard of until Brigitte Bardot was photographed sashaying barefoot along the beach in 1964, it was suddenly all the rage.

Surrounded by hills draped in luxuriant vegetation, this paradise found is a high-end resort with an international flair.

More than twenty beaches beckon sun-worshipers and water sport enthusiasts, and the sophisticated boutiques of Rua das Pedras will delight shoppers. Gone but not forgotten, Brigitte in bronze greets you on the seaside promenade.

 

 

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Beach Hopping

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Beach Hopping

So many beaches, so many choices! Tartaruga and João Fernandes are known for their calm waters, Geribá attracts the surfing crowds, Ferradura offers a variety of water activities, and the tiny beaches of Azeda and Azedinha are both environmentally protected and renowned for their beauty.

Rua das Pedras

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Rua das Pedras

Head to the main street and pulsing heart of Buzios for designer shops, art galleries, cafés, bars, restaurants, and much more. Rua das Pedras extends into the boardwalk of Orla Bardot, with its brightly colored fishing boats, quaint gardens, and bronze sculptures of famous visitors like Brigitte Bardot and JFK.

Arraial do Cabo

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Arraial do Cabo

Located about 30 minutes outside of Buzios is the picture-perfect town of Arraial do Cabo. It offers a multitude of tours—whether by sailboat, speedboat, or ATV—and with its many shipwrecks, colorful coral reefs, and tropical marine life, it’s considered one of Brazil’s best places for diving.

Buzios, Brazil At a glance

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GPS: 22°45'23.15"S 41°53'20.58"W

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