Armação Dos Búzios
Buzios, an old fishing village in the Brazilian coast, is a glamorous tourist destination, only 190 km from Rio de Janeiro. The eight-kilometer peninsula consists of 23 different beaches with special and unique characteristics.
Wondering what to do in Buzios? The answer is simple: Buzios is the perfect spot for enjoying good food, art and nature.
The waterfront promenade, Orla Bardot, starts in Armação beach, with a breathtaking landscape of colorful boats anchored to the shore. A walk along the promenade features historical buildings, colonial houses and the works of local artists.
Rua das Pedras
Rua Das Pedras is the continuation of Orla Bardot, along the beach of Armação. Here you will find the best of the urban world: fashion, art and excellent cuisine. This famous street is packed with modern designer stores, exclusive boutiques, nightclubs, bars, and the most sophisticated restaurants in Buzios.
All 23 beaches have distinct features that make them unique.
As the peninsula receives currents from the Equatorial and the South Pole, Buzios has beaches with calm and warm waters, perfect for diving, and beaches with cold waters and waves, ideal for surfing and other water sports.