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History of the place is interesting, a few authentic houses and some resto's; our guide had good info about the place and that was important because without it, it was jst another second hand Portuguese village
Well, we really went to this for a restaurant, but once we got there we really enjoyed the village atmosphere, all the water, marina, private boats, all the variety of handicrafts stores — we even bought a few items of souvenirs made of shells; it’s...More
It is a lovely small town by the shore, on the south of the island (not good for bathing, though) . There are several bars/restaurantes available; Try "Ostradamus" and/or "umas e ostras", where they serve oysters and seafood. I´ve been there three times, and haven´t...More
this little town is where the first Portuguese landed in Floianopolis and so there is a lot of old houses and culture in the town but the beach is on the south west side of the island and not as good as the east and...More
One of the best little coastal strips to take your pick of some really fabulous seafood restaurants. The village is like a little piece of Portugal dropped into Brazil and the original locals are from the Asores.