Brazil offers not only vocational spots like Rio De Janiero but also comprises of a big number of small beautiful towns that range from a slow-paced and relaxing life to that full of a lively lifestyle and outdoor activities. Here is a look at the top 10 most beautiful small towns in Brazil.
Alcantara is a town the foundations of which were placed by using slave labor. It is a small and beautiful town with buildings as old as from the 17th century, preserved and demolished too.
9. Ribeirao da Ilha
Ribeirao da Ilha is a small town with a slow-paced and charming life. It is located on the inlet side of a peninsula and the main attraction of the town is a 17th-century cathedral around which the residents are found playing chess and drinking from the local cafes.
8. Praia de Pipa
Praia de Pipa sits in the state of Rio Grande do Norte and is one of the most well-known towns and beaches of Brazil. It is a great tourist attraction because of so many things it has to offer like sandy beaches, marine life sightings, and local bars/cafes.
7. Goias Velho
Goias Velho was once the capital of the state and still takes the position for three days every year upon its anniversary on the 25th of July. The town is rich with local history and stuff like hand-lit lamps and whitewashed cottages along every street.
Parati is situated on the Green Coast of Rio De Janeiro and is a town where vehicles aren’t allowed. The town can be thoroughly visited on feet and has been able to preserve its real beauty and the century-old buildings even today.
Pirenopolis is a small town full of life and is famous for a number of things. That includes a number of different festivals, the oldest church in Goias, Igreja Nosa Senhora do Rosario de Meia Ponte and three waterfalls that surround the lively town.
Trancoso is a unique kind of town which is surrounded by thick jungle from three directions and by an ocean from the fourth one. The town has a really slow-paced life and offers one of the best sandy beaches in Brazil.
Lencois is located in between a range of beautiful mountains. It is a famous old diamond mining town. A lot of bright-colored 19th-century buildings can be found around every corner of the town and it offers a number of different outdoor activities to the tourists.
The town is oftentimes full of tourists as it is a great spot for them. It’s a doorway to escape into the beauty of nature and comprises of great local restaurants, antique shops, and boutiques.
1. Morro de Sao Paulo
Morro de Sao Paulo is a coastal town that is the attraction for thousands of tourists every year. This town too has a no vehicle policy and is actually situated upon an island which makes that a difficult scenario anyways. The relaxing night-life, sandy beaches, and sunny weather make this town a perfect holiday spot for anyone.