Ilhabela Tourism, Brazil

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Ilhabela (Portuguese for Beautiful Island) is an archipelago and city situated in the Atlantic Ocean four miles (6 kilometres) off the coast of São Paulo state in Brazil. The city is 205 km (127 mi) from the city of São Paulo and 340 km (210 mi) from the city of Rio de Janeiro. The largest island, although commonly called Ilhabela, is officially named Ilha de São Sebastião (St. Sebastian Island). It, the other islands (Búzios, Pescadores and Vitória) and the islets (Cabras, Castelhanos, Enchovas, Figueira, Lagoa and Serraria) make up the municipality of Ilhabela. Ilhabela is part of the Metropolitan Region of Vale do Paraíba e Litoral Norte. The population is 32,197 (2015 est.). The islands in total cover 347.52 km2 (134.18 sq mi). During the holiday months, up to one hundred thousand people may be on the island, since it is a popular destination for tourists. To access the city, one must take a boat or ferry in São Sebastião, as there are no roads which reach it. During the summer, one may wait several hours to take the ferry boat. The ferry takes 15 minutes to cross the channel between the two cities.


A place in Brazil, Ilhabela is an interesting place to visit, given its unique culture, history and character. Ilhabela is located at a short trip away from Campos Do Jordao a major city in Brazil. Campos Do Jordao, is a worth visiting city owing to its prime attractions like Morro Do Elefante, Ducha De Prata, Amantikir Jardins. 1-2 days is an ideal duration of visit to Ilhabela.

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