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What to Do in Búzios

The city of Búzios, in the Região dos Lagos area of Rio de Janeiro, attracts visitors eager for lots of beach time and sunshine. But that’s not all—Búzios also enchants with its charming inns, cobblestone streets, excellent cuisine, a variety of irresistible shops, and a mix of comfort and stunning landscapes. You might spend days here without realizing how small the city actually is.

Beaches in Búzios

Why not start at Geribá Beach, the busiest in town? Then, check out some smaller paradises like Azeda and Azedinha, João Fernandes and João Fernandinho, Ferradura and Ferradurinha (not a joke, we promise), and Tartaruga. Some visitors will be happiest finding almost deserted spots. For them, there’s Praia da Foca, Praia dos Amores, and Praia de Tucuns. Not to mention Praia Olho de Boi, dedicated to naturism. There’s also Brava Beach, with a luxe section and

another for nature lovers, and Praia do Forno, with its incredible pink sand. Don’t forget the lively Praia da Armação and the beautiful sunset at Praia de Manguinhos. If you want to venture a bit further, you’ll find Praia Rasa, Praia de Caravelas, and Praia de José Gonçalves. Still not enough? Check out our post dedicated to the beaches of Búzios.

Spending the day enjoying the beach is fantastic. But you can also take great boat trips, try stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking, surf and windsurf, snorkel or scuba dive, take a trolley tour around the beaches, rent a buggy, or even go horseback riding.

If you prefer aerial views, visit the João Fernandes Lookout, Brava Lookout, and Forno Lookout. For an even higher view, try paragliding or a helicopter tour. There are countless ways to enjoy the beaches of Búzios. Learn more about activities in Búzios.

Nightlife in Búzios

Búzios is perfect for tourists who like more than just beach life. Lively and always buzzing, the town can entertain you 24/7. Seriously, the nightlife here often goes until sunrise. You can easily head straight from a night out to another day at the beach. But take it easy! You don’t have to dive right into the nightlife. First, enjoy some of the town’s charm.

Spend the late afternoon strolling along the Orla Bardot or Porto da Barra. Both spots offer picture-perfect views as the sun sets over the anchored boats. To savor the moment, sit at one of the local bars with a cold beer and some fresh snacks—one of the best activities in town! You could also opt for a delicious natural juice and açaí. If the sunset doesn’t look promising, head back to your inn and enjoy the late afternoon by the pool. Many inns have views just as beautiful as the beach.

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