The most coveted destination of the Lakes Region, Buzios goes beyond the natural beauty, worthy of postcard. Included in the international jet set map in the 60s, after a visit by French actress Brigitte Bardot, the former fishing village houses sophisticated restaurants and inns, nightclubs and funky bars and a store full of designer shops. Cosmopolitan, receives tourists from around the world all year round – and many end up staying there.
The geography of the city presents visitors with more than twenty beaches, all with unique characteristics and their own style. Geribá and Brava, for example, is territory for surfers, while Azedinha is a sea of tranquility, Ferradura attracts families with children and João Fernandes who seeks kayak.
Búzios is also famous for its nightlife, which starts at Rua das Pedras and extends to Orla Bardot, both with restaurants, bars, music and excitement for all tastes.
Búzios enchants the contrasts. The city welcomes visitors from all over the world but still maintains small city ares. The architecture has the charm of old, with buildings of a maximum of two floors. At the same time, it houses inns that offer luxury and elegance worthy of the best beach resorts in the world. Búzios perfectly combines the refinement of the rustic, the traditional to the modern, the tourist infrastructure to the local traditions. All without losing the characteristic charm of the city.