Just 105 miles from Rio de Janeiro, exists the peninsula of Búzios. More than 20 magnificent beaches and crystal-clear water contrast with the wonderful landscape and exotic vegetation, privileged with a great year-round summer.
In the 1960s, Buzios became a summer refuge for the people of Rio. After the actress Brigitte Bardot made an appearance there, the small village has never been the same, attaining international reputation and turning into a coveted touristic destination.
The region has a great combination of rustic charm and architectural harmony. The town’s center has grown significantly in recent times, but the village’s hot spot is the traditional Rua das Pedras (Stone Street) where you can find bars for all tastes, sophisticated restaurants, elegant stores and even a movie theater named after the famous French actress.