Itapoá

Peaceful beaches, jungle, waterfalls, shell mounds, schooner trips, fishing and water sports are the main attractions of this coastal municipality of the Caminho dos Príncipes. Located on the border with Paraná, Itapoá is well sought after in high season, when its fluctuating population attains 100 thousand people, almost 7 times more than in the remainder of the year.

Beach and Nature

Beaches


Beaches
The seaside resort of Itapema do Norte is the busiest, with a wide offer of trade and services. There ialsol located there the Praia de Itapoá (Itapoá Beach) (Center), with open sea, but calm. Whereas Barra do Saí and Figueira do Pontal are ideal for fishing, while Pontal do Norte is indicated for boat trips and water sports.


Boat Tours


Schooner trips
From Pontal do Norte trips can be made in Babitonga Bay, stopping at the Historical Center of São Francisco do Sul.


History and Culture

Archaeological Sites


Shell mounds
Fossil traces of prehistoric origin of the Carijó Indians who inhabited the region, highlighting the shell beds of Rio Saí-Mirim, Rio Braço do Norte, Jaguaruna and Saí-Guaçu.


Ecotourism and Adventure Sports

Horseback Riding


Reserva Volta Velha (Old Round Reserve)
Trekking, riding on horseback, canoeing and bird watching are some of the options in this private reserve of Atlantic Rainforest conservation, where 2 indigenous archeological sites also stand out. Visits must be scheduled.
Rua Emanoel Vieira Garcia s/n, (Rua da Celesc, after the Rio Saí Mirim).
Phone: (47) 8854-4780
www.reservavoltavelha.com.br 


Rafting and Canoeing


Reserva Volta Velha (Old Round Reserve)
Trekking, riding on horseback, canoeing and bird watching are some of the options in this private reserve of Atlantic Rainforest conservation, where 2 indigenous archeological sites also stand out. Visits must be scheduled.
Rua Emanoel Vieira Garcia s/n, (Rua da Celesc, after the Rio Saí Mirim).
Phone: (47) 8854-4780
www.reservavoltavelha.com.br 


Bird Watching


Reserva Volta Velha (Old Round Reserve)
Trekking, riding on horseback, canoeing and bird watching are some of the options in this private reserve of Atlantic Rainforest conservation, where 2 indigenous archeological sites also stand out. Visits must be scheduled.
Rua Emanoel Vieira Garcia s/n, (Rua da Celesc, after the Rio Saí Mirim).
Phone: (47) 8854-4780
www.reservavoltavelha.com.br 


Trekking, Canyoneering, Rappelling, Cascading and Zip Lining


Reserva Volta Velha (Old Round Reserve)
Trekking, riding on horseback, canoeing and bird watching are some of the options in this private reserve of Atlantic Rainforest conservation, where 2 indigenous archeological sites also stand out. Visits must be scheduled.
Rua Emanoel Vieira Garcia s/n, (Rua da Celesc, after the Rio Saí Mirim).
Phone: (47) 8854-4780
www.reservavoltavelha.com.br 


Windsurfing, Kite Surfing, Sailing and other Nautical Sports


Babitonga Bay
Sailing, windsurf and jet ski can be practiced at Pontal do Norte, where the bay is formed.


Fishing


Pontal da Figueira
The place most sought after for bait casting. In the location ships mooring in the Port of São Francisco do Sul are seen. Another good fishing option is Barra do Saí.


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