The Pearl of the Atlantic.
Guarujá is a favorite destination of São Paulo. A few kilometers from São Paulo, is one of the most beautiful coastal cities of Brazil, known as the "Pearl of the Atlantic" by lavish charm and clean beaches. The Beach of Asturias, 1km long, known mostly for being an ideal place for a swim, quiet and great to enjoy what life has to offer. Next beaches Pitangueiras and Inlet, Asturias offers excellent infrastructure for sanitation services, good restaurants and bars.
Infrastructure with charm
The district of Asturias, where is located the beach of the same name, is one of the highlights of Guarujá, a municipality which is only 77 km away from São Paulo. With great location, very close to downtown, the beach has more than one kilometer long, strong presence caiçara, fluffy white sand and calm water, making it ideal for swimming and fishing.
Quite fashionable and frequented by tourists from around Brazil, Asturias beach is separated from the beach by a Pitangueiras shore stone which gives it even more charm.
Asturias also offers complete infrastructure to residents. Besides its boardwalk gather kiosks, restaurants and bars, the region has the very best in terms of trade, services and leisure. Examples are the Craft Fair, which houses over 60 boxes with utilities and decorative items, nightclubs, bars with live music and restaurants with various specialties.
Local businesses also embeds the advantage of operating in the special time: almost all establishments such as supermarkets, bakeries, pharmacies, shops and boutiques, also open the doors on weekends and extend care to 22 hours, which increases the comfort and makes life easier for residents.
The tourist potential of the region dates back to its founding in September 2, 1893, when the town of Guaruja Balneária was created on the island of Santo Amaro, with the importation of a complete city in the United States. Built in wood, had only one hotel with 50 luxury rooms, a casino, dining rooms, reading and bar, plus a church and 46 houses residences.
Today, with approximately 7000 beds in hotels, inns, guesthouses and flats, and more than 80,000 listings of second homes, Guarujá receives over 2 million visitors, especially in high season, between November and February.
Source: http://m. Vivastreet. with. br