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Itaguacu beach

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Itaguacu beach is located in the continental portion of Florianópolis. Its name comes from an indian term for "big and round stone in the water".

It's still a quiet place, even though there are many restaurants and houses around it. It's a place for meeting friends, walk along its shore or just enjoy the sunset.

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A: Itaguacu beach

di Mauro Goulart, 30 metri di distanza

Itaguacu beach is located in the continental portion of Florianópolis. Its name comes from an indian ...

Itaguacu beach

B: Itaguacu beach

di Mauro Goulart, 60 metri di distanza

Itaguacu beach is located in the continental portion of Florianópolis. Its name comes from an indian ...

Itaguacu beach

C: Beach of Itaguaçu - Florianopolis

di Thiago Eriksson / Over Digital, 110 metri di distanza

Beach of Itaguaçu is situated in the continental region of the city of Florianópolis. One of legends ...

Beach of Itaguaçu - Florianopolis

D: Beach of Palmeiras - Florianópolis

di Thiago Eriksson / Over Digital, 180 metri di distanza

Beach of Palmeiras is situated in the continental region of the city of Florianópolis. One of legends...

Beach of Palmeiras - Florianópolis

E: Pracinha 360°

di Mateus Pereira, 3.6 km di distanza

Pracinha do cachorro quente kobrasol deposito CasolCondominio São Conradorua caetano jose FerreiraFac...

Pracinha 360°

F: Hercilio Luz Bridge

di Mauro Goulart, 3.9 km di distanza

Bridge Hercilio Luz was the first bridge to link the island of Florianopolis with the continental par...

Hercilio Luz Bridge

G: Bridge Hercílio Luz - Florianópolis

di Thiago Eriksson / Over Digital, 3.9 km di distanza

Bridge Hercílio Luz, postal card of Florianópolis, sight of the island for the continent. The bridge ...

Bridge Hercílio Luz - Florianópolis

H: Bridge Hercilio Luz

di Mauro Goulart, 3.9 km di distanza

Bridge Hercilio Luz was the first bridge to link the island of Florianopolis with the continental par...

Bridge Hercilio Luz

I: Fort de Sant'ana e Bridge Hercílio Luz

di Thiago Eriksson / Over Digital, 3.9 km di distanza

Bridge Hercílio Luz, post card of Florianópolis, seen of the island in S'antana's Fort. The bridge ma...

Fort de Sant'ana e Bridge Hercílio Luz

J: Hercilio Luz bridge

di Mauro Goulart, 3.9 km di distanza

This is a view of Floripa's postcard Hercilio Luz bridge from the Santana fortress. The fortress was ...

Hercilio Luz bridge

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Text by Steve Smith.

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