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    João Fernandes Beach

    by ThiagoRamos Written Sep 26, 2006
    Jo��o Fernandes Beach view from Pousada Amendoeiras
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    João Fernandes Beach lies on the end of Búzios peninsula. Its calm waters and fine kiosks attracts many families and people willing to enjoy this peaceful beach.

    Argentineans adopted this beach as their favorite and you´ll certainly hear spanish around here. I honestly don´t blame them. Check this wonderful view!!!

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    Ferradura Beach

    by tere1 Written Sep 1, 2006

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    Ferradura Beach is a bay with crystal clear and calm waters all the time. The left corner has several bars that serve delicious seafood appetizers.

    There are several mansions along the beach overlooking the ocean. There are windsurfing lessons and board rentals, banana-boat and ski. The water is usually a bit cold.

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    Tartaruga Beach

    by tere1 Updated Sep 1, 2006

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    The Tartaruga Beach (turtle beach) has its name because there a 3 different species of turtles that come to this beach to leave their eggs.

    The beach has calm waters because it doesn't receive the cold currents from Antartica. There are several kiosks and restaurants and the rocky shores are good for scuba diving and snorkeling.

    It's a lovely beach, one of the most pleasant in Buzios

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    Watch the sunset!

    by tere1 Written Sep 1, 2006

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    One of the most beautiful sunsets I've seen was in Buzios. You can view it from Orla Bardot. The sun setting on the horizon with the small boats in the sea and the glinting waters of the ocean with the last sun rays is an amazing view!

    Just the perfect way to end a day, even more if you sit on a restaurant terrace having a drink at that time. It's so relaxing!

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    Orla Bardot

    by tere1 Updated Sep 1, 2006

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    Brigitte Bardot's sculpture
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    The charming "Orla Bardot" is the strech that binds the Rua das Pedras to Ossos Beach in Buzios center. It's named like that because it has a bronze statue of Brigitte Bardot, who used to go to Buzios for holidays back in the 60's.

    It's a nice place to go for a walk, specially at the end of the day and watch the beautiful sunset from there. In this area is also the point of departure of the vessels that go on tours around Buzios islands and beaches.

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    Rua das Pedras ( Stone Street)

    by tere1 Updated Sep 1, 2006

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    Rua das Pedras

    The Rua das Pedras ( stone street) is the center of Buzios life. It's a street with a large variety of shopping, where you can appreciate art galleries, choose typical things and handicraft and enjoy the pleasures of the tables in real restaurants.

    There is very good shopping here and restaurants that go from japanese to thai, brazilian, argentinian, french. It has a certain international and Brazilian flair at the same time.

    It's the perfect place to wander around after a nice day at the beach.

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    Sail in a boat.

    by tere1 Written Aug 31, 2006

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    Buzios is a peninsula with many nice beaches, all very different from each other. In Orla Bardot you can go on a boat for a tour through the different beaches and to see the beautiful landscapes.

    Several vessels leave from Armação Beach, downtown, normally in the morning and early evening with prices from R$ 25.00 to R$ 50.00 per person, for rides that go by several beaches and islands in Búzios. The rides take between 2 to 5 hours, depending on the ride you choose.

    During these tours, tropical fruits, juices, soft drinks and caipirinhas are served, and there are also stops for diving.

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    WONDERFUL TIME IN RUA DAS PEDRAS

    by RafaelTheSecond Written May 15, 2006

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    Rafael in Buzios - MOTHER'S DAY :)

    During the year you can easily find myself in Buzios, it is the palce where I like to spend great times with friends and my family, Buzios has several beaches and many porshy environments. I simply love Buzios.

    Rua das Pedras has a very chic atmosphere, it is a place where you meet beautiful people and lots of fun!

    May 14th, 2006 by my MOTHER STELLA!;)

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    Hit the Beaches

    by bsfreeloader Updated Apr 9, 2006

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    People watching in Buzios' centro district, and particularly in the area around Rua das Pedras, is probably the most interesting thing to do in Buzios. There are, however, some decent (but below average by Brazilian standards) beaches worth exploring. The beaches closest to centro, such as Canto, Armacao, and Ossos, may appear nice, but pollution from boats makes anything other than wading unadvisable. The numerous other area beaches are much better options.

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    Beaches

    by realde14 Updated Mar 19, 2006
    Buzios Beaches

    The beaches are what you have come here for. There are so many beaches, you would not be able to see them all in a week. Some are more easily accessible than others. One of the more popular ones is Geriba, which is a long beautiful stretch of a beach. A smaller one, perfect for kayaking and snorkeling is right next to it, Ferradurinha. Other great beaches are Praia Rasa (good kitesurfing),

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    Ruas das Pedras

    by realde14 Written Jan 23, 2006

    Even though it is overcommercialized, Rua das Pedras in the city center is still worth a visit. It is is cobbstoned street with big blocks of stons (pedras) and gets very busy with people going from restaurants, boutiques etc

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    HAPPY TO BE IN BUZIOS

    by RafaelTheSecond Written May 19, 2005

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    Rafael in Buzios downtown!

    When you come to Rio, you never think that there are much more to see it, so if you have plenty of time, going to Buzios will be a good idea!

    For sure it is one of the most interesting places in Rio de Janeiro State. Life is lived in a intense way and you have lots of beaches to have fun!;)

    If you choose to see Buzios you will not regret.

    Right behind me you can see the Caboclo Island

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    SWIMMING IN BUZIOS

    by RafaelTheSecond Written May 19, 2005

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    Rafael in the sea of Buzios

    Clean waters...cool water and lots of fun, this is paradise! Every corner you go by boat in Buzios is a dream come true! You really forget about your busy life, and simply enjoy life!

    I always have heaps of fun in Buzios!

    May 2nd, 2005

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    REACHING JOÃO FERNANDES

    by RafaelTheSecond Written May 19, 2005

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    the Coast of Buzios by RTL

    When you reach the beach of João Fernandes by the sea, you have the impression that you are approaching some lands of Mexico, why do I have such an impression ?:))))

    Is it Buzios or Puerto Vallarta?

    May 2nd, 2005

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    ON BOARD- RAFAEL IN BUZIOS!;)

    by RafaelTheSecond Written May 19, 2005

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    Rafael in Buzios by EW

    Hehehehe Rafael in shorts, that is why I have chosen tourism as my professional career, before that I was thinkiing to eb a diplomat, but it is much better practice diplomacy with shorts...hehehehe am I right?

    Well, the ebst way to see all of uzios is taking a boat, and you can see the shore from the sea, this is the city centre of Buzios with its nice houses and great POUSADAS!

    May 2nd, 2005

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