The Saint Tropez of Brasil
They call Buzios the Saint Tropez of South America and I’ll tell you why that is: Buzios has tons of pretty seashores, plenty of tiny lovely boutiques, an entire range of restaurants and all the fancy peeps from Argentina are spending their holidays right here.
Initially settled by European pirates and slave merchants, this joyful mixture of many bloods prospered and have become a picturesque fishing village, elected one of the 10 most lovely areas on the earth, well-known for its distinctive combination of rustic appeal, architectural harmony, incredible beauty and sophisticated boutiques and restaurants frequented by discerning visitors who come from all around the world to savour its magic. Nice extra: it’s not discovered by the Dutchies yet, so in case you hate to bump into fellow Dutch folks, Buzios is a good travel destination.
Some suggestions: go to Manguinhos seashore for lovely sunsets and Ibiza’ish vibes, go to Geriba for some surflessons, take a look at Ferradura seaside for pretty sights and some rock climbs, go to Ossos, Amarcao seashore for some enjoyable stand up paddling.