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Ponta dos Ganchos - Governador Celso Ramos

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Ponta dos Ganchos is located in the city of Governador Celso Ramos Santa Catarina and is surrounded by beautiful beaches, many still unexplored.

The current population of Governador Celso Ramos is estimated to be around 11.600. The main economic occupation is fishing, which can be said that 70% of the active opulation lives this activity or it is bound, capturing, manipulating, industrializing, carrying and marketing fish. Added to this activity that involves significant mariculture
number of fishermen, and the production of shellfish in captivity, considered the largest in Santa Catarina.

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