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Angra dos Reis
Nature was generous with the bay of Angra dos Reis, presenting it with no less than 365 islands splashed in a sea of ​​green and crystalline waters. The best way to get to know them is by boat, on tours that lead to paradisiacal and varied scenarios. On the menu are isolated corners - the favorites of the rich and famous to build their refuges - and also popular beaches, such as Dentista, where the bottling of motorboats and yachts is constant in high season. There, the stewardship has plenty of room - the floating bars take drinks and snacks to the boats right after orders are made via radio. Angra was also contemplated with a diversified and colorful marine life, which makes the region one of the best diving spots in the country. In addition to fish of countless species, mollusks, crustaceans, turtles and moray eel, fans of the activity find hidden shipwrecks ....FIND OUT MORE
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