Ferry of Ilha Bela in Sao Sebastiao SP

View from the ferry crossing to São Sebastião from Bela Island on the north coast of São Paulo, Brazil.

In Ilha Bela, an infinity of paradisiacal places adds to the lush local vegetation, creating unique landscapes. There are over 30 beaches, waterfalls, trails, clear waters, natural formations and forests with easy access and great diversity of attractions.

To visit São Sebastião it is to travel in time and feel part of their heritage. The Caiçara culture is unique, great expression and can be known in museums, churches in the historic center, handicrafts, and traditional celebrations.

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Copyright: Luciano correa | vista panoramica
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 23000x11500
Uploaded: 21/10/2011
Updated: 28/05/2014


Tags: ferry; balsa; ilha bela; ilha; sao sebastiao; praia
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