Are you going to spend your honeymoon right here in Brazil? So check out some of the best destinations where you can spend this special moment of your life:
Costa do Sauípe
One of the most popular destinations with newlyweds, Costa do Sauípe is a closed condominium with five resorts and six guest houses, only 75km from Salvador, Bahia. The resorts operate on an all-inclusive system of high standard, and the complex has all the infrastructure you need to be able to enjoy an unforgettable honeymoon: on the exclusive beach, you shall be able to indulge in diving, canoeing or parasailing; at the Sauípe Spa, you have at your disposal a range of massages, therapeutical treatments and also a fitness centre, among others; for those of a sporty disposition, you can have hours of fun at a 18-hole golf course, or one of the 15 tennis courts, 2 squash courts, or 4 multisport courts.
Fernando de Noronha
Consisting of 21 islands and islets, Fernando de Noronha is the favourite choice for nature lovers, who want to start their married life taking trails, diving in Noronha’s crystalline waters, and also getting to know the region’s diversity of plant and animal life. It is also a popular choice for couples who want to enjoy deserted beaches, an unforgettable sunset and a lot of tranquillity. The island’s boat trips can also have the frequent company of dolphins, and that is only the start.
The welcoming and comfy climate of Gramado, in the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul, attracts thousands of newlyweds. Wines, chocolates, flowers and accommodation with a fireplace add to the romantic atmosphere that enchants anyone who goes there. Do not forget to attach your lock at the Fountain of Eternal Love. This is a small city with all the infrastructure of a big city, and with the added charm that European immigrants have brought to the local architecture and culture.
Porto de Galinhas
Porto de Galinhas, in the Northeastern state of Pernambuco, brings the best of both worlds. By day, you can enjoy idyllic beaches, take a tour in a local sailboat or in a buggy, then visit the swamp areas and find sea horses. Then, at night, it is time to swing along with the region’s thriving night life.
The charm of a city that preserves the Imperial charm together with excellent infrastructure and that pleasant climate of the mountains. This is a summary of what Petrópolis has to offer to you both, a destination that is particularly interesting for anyone wishing to delve into the history of Brazil: in Petrópolis, it is possible to visit the Imperial Museum, which was the former Summer Residence of the Brazilian Imperial Family and also the houses of famous people such as statesman Rui Barbosa, aviator Santos Dumont, and Princess Isabel herself.