What to do in Ilhabela-SP

Ilhabela has about 34 beaches, some almost wild. The most urbanized beaches are mainland island (West). Ocean side (East) are beautiful deserted beaches and several shipwrecks.

There are more than 300 water falls in Ilhabela, in Ilhabela State Park and can be accessed by the various trails within the Atlantic forest. For all tastes, the tracks have different difficulty degrees. From the easiest to the most complicated, all have set the State Park and its attractions: waterfalls, peaks, beaches where the road is not enough.

Besides the beaches, waterfalls and hiking trails, Ilhabela offers some interesting tour options for tourists. Are local legends or mysteries, points of interest to ecologists or breathtaking landscapes.

CLIMBING

Because your geography, Ilhabela offers several places to climb, with several levels of difficulty. Here are found from small rocky walls, ideal for beginners, to the slopes of difficult lineup like Baepi’s peak (1048 m altitude).

Another option for sports fans is the Pico de São Sebastião (1375 m) in the South of Ilhabela.

The sport is little widespread on the island, however, the potential for its expansion is not lacking. Other sports that exploit the geological terrain irregularities also are widespread here, like canyoning and rappelling.

DIVING

Ilhabela is one of the top diving spots of the country due to the large number of shipwrecks in the South of the island and the variety of your marine fauna.

Several companies providing courses, rent equipment and organize excursions to shrines submarines and shipwrecks around the island. The starting point for diving is the ecological sanctuary of Ilha das Cabras, on the beach front of Girls, South of the ferry.

The sanctuary, which was created in 1992, protects the delicate ecosystem around the island of goats, the depredation that came with predatory diving occurring in the area. A statue of Neptune to 7 m depth, marks the place of baptism of the apprentices of diver and the meeting point for the more experienced to begin their adventures.

Another option for diving is the island of Búzios, 25 km away, where they are constantly seen dolphins, turtles and whales. Is the site that offers the best conditions for diving on the island.

There is also the option of diving to shipwrecks in the southern part of Ilhabela.

Ilha das Cabras -protected by law the ecological sanctuary of Ilha das Cabras, less than 2 km from the ferry, South of the island, was created in April 1992 to protect the ecosystem of marine fauna and flora of the southern coast of Ilhabela, who had been threatened by predation of a few and ill-informed. With your institution, the sanctuary gained a statue of Neptune, located at the southern tip of the island of goats to 7 m depth, meeting point for lovers of diving. Various colorful fish, algae and corals are part of this scenario that can be admired by all who enjoy nature Navy.

Búzios Island -located at 25 km from the island of São Sebastião, the island of Búzios is a paradise for diving with bottle or sleep apnea. For there are common to passthrough of dolphins, turtles and whales from our coastline. Various types of fish and lobsters can also be seen in their holes among the rocks. The water is very clear and the marine fauna around the island of Búzios ensures beautiful visuals.

 

MOUNTAIN BIKE

Ilhabela State Park offers the ideal conditions for the practice of sport. Several trails and dirt roads that access the beaches and hillsides of mountains, ensure the scenario for the fans by mountain bike. Most of the population of the island uses the bicycle as the main means of transport. It is no coincidence, Ilhabela has one of the best mountain biking professionals from Brazil, Alberto de Souza Cruz. “Moha”, four-time champion of the tournament Interstate Mountain Bike.

The South of the island, which has a seaside asphalted road is the ideal place for those who want to ride without great effort. To the North, from the ferry to the beach of Garapocaia (Bell), the land with stone pavement makes uncomfortable ride.

The great interest of cyclists is even mountain biking through dirt roads. There are soft options as the road from the beach of Praia do Jabaquara Bell. Are 8 km of climbs and descents between mountain and sea, passing the beach of Pacuíba.

For those who are physically prepared for a longer and difficult ideal is the Castilian road that leads to the beach of the same name. Leaving sea level up to more than 800 m of altitude and again down to the beach, is for programme who’s in order to face a challenge that requires great physical effort, although the look is extremely rewarding.

For those who want a challenge even more radical option is the Río Negro. There are about 15 km full of holes, rocks and a lot of mud. The trail passes through the Waterfalls of Lage and Sanded. In parts it is practically impossible to ride and the bike needs to be loaded in the back. But the look of pristine Rainforest and the challenge the strength and balance of sport, make this irresistible track for anyone who likes to overcome their physical limits.

OFF-ROAD

Ilhabela attracts many off-road practitioners due to their particular weather conditions, with regular rainfall and high level of moisture, keeping the road in a position to demand the most out of driver who ventures in their tracks.

Are common competitions, tours and Jeep Brazil Club events, users of jeeps Engesa and other off-road marks occur in Ilhabela.

The Castilians is the major attraction for the practitioners of off-roading. Its 22 km, leaving sea level and reaching more than 800 m of altitude, ensures great challenges for the raids.

As has been abandoned by the Government several years ago, the Castilians presents ideal conditions for off-roading. Yet she and the main link between the West side and the uninhabited part of Ilhabela.

The Jeep rides can be hired at various points of the island for an average price of R$35.00 (35 dollars) per person (the values tend to increase in the high season).

 

FISHING

Considered one of the main fishing centres of Brazil, Ilhabela comes hosting important domestic competitions such as the Oceanic Fishing Tournament.

Are found several fish species like blue marlin, white marlin, bonito, anchovies, Grouper, sea bass and bluefin trevally.

At the Pier of the center of the village it is common to see night dozens of fishermen, with hooks attached to buoys with lamps fishing fish known as Sword.

During the day, the fishermen moved to the rocks that surround the West side of the island. There are several specialty stores in Ilhabela selling fishing rods, reels, hooks and all sorts of accessory for fishing.

BEACHES

Ilhabela has about 34 beaches, some almost wild. The most urbanized beaches are mainland island (West). Ocean side (East) are beautiful deserted beaches and several shipwrecks.

Praia da Garapocaia – next to the avenida, narrow strip of sand with some coconut trees. The rocks on the right, to receive blows, produce sound similar to that of a Bell. Also called Bell beach.

Praia do Saco do Indaiá -formed by the beaches of the village (or the Center), Santa Teresa and Prainha beaches. As none of them are popular for bathing due to the muddy bottom, the Center is just shaking at night. In teenagers cluster in 100 m of Boardwalk Middle Street, where the bars of the island.

Praia da Feiticeira – access to the side of the wall of the Witch’s Farm, built in 1697, passing by a stream with a small waterfall.

Castelhanos Beach – it’s actually a Bay with several beaches completely deserted and who often visited by dolphins. The of Castilians have 2 km – the most extensive on the island – and be tumbling their strong waves are sought for surfing; crossed by two rivers offers wide strip of sand, fine silver and beat.

Saco da Capela -In front of the Hotel Itapemar, with about 600 m, together in one room, fishing, water sports enthusiasts and bathers. One of the famous of the island. Bars and kiosks are local unrest.

Praia do Jabaquara -located north of the island at the end of the road, is a good program to go from schooner or boat. Two rivers flow in prai and form lakes for a delicious bath.

Praia do Curral – is the beach of excitement where the guys is in one of its many bars and restaurants. Located at 12 km from the ferry heading south.

Bonete Beach – this beach lives the community of Río Negro with approximately 400 people, remaining a Virgin because it does not have access to the records. To reach, in addition to boat, one can walk through a trail of 15 km, where it passes through the slab Falls. For adventurers and nature lovers is a program not to be missed.

Estáquio Beach -the Beach of Estáquio only by boat or walking via dos Castelhanos Beach. In a bar to eat fresh seafood rustico with a delicious beer.

Praia da Feiticeira – this beach is located at Fazenda São Matias. They say the former residents who own a lot of wealth amealhava, exploring a cave that was a meeting point for pirates and sailors of slave ships and merchants who landed there in search of provisions and information. One day, aged and broken up, and fearing to be looted, with the aid of their slaves buried your treasure in a place known as “Touch”, and killed them to prevent revealing your secret. Known as Witch, went insane and was seen no more.

 

SURF

Though unheralded, Ilhabela boasts some of the best points of São Paulo coast for surfing.

The main point for surfers is the beach of Castilians, with winds that create waves of more than two meters high, in perfect for long “rides”.

However, the best place for surfing is Praia do Bonete, where two-meter waves are common and on windy days South tidal waves occur, beyond the bells and known waves of Maresias.

WINDSURFING

Windsurfing benefits from the effect of channeling of winds in the region of the São Sebastião channel, forming a corridor between the high mountains of Serra do Mar and the island. The most sought after locations of Ilhabela are:

Ponta das Canas – one of the best places for windsurfing in Brazil.

Praia do Pinto – in the North of the island.

Armação Beach – also in the North.

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