The Porto Real Resort is located on the Bay of Ilha Grande, 1.5 h of Rio de Janeiro and 20min of Angra dos Reis, Costa Verde, one of the most beautiful regions of the Brazilian coast, in full contact with the Atlantic Forest. The natural beauties are countless and start with the color of the sea, lush green mountains.
Angra dos Reis has 365 beautiful islands that deserve to be visited! It is an island for every day of the year that deserve to be known! There are about 2000 beaches filled with natural beauty and hundreds of sites that allow free diving (snorkel, mask and fins) for easy access. A walk that is a must!
To know well this part of the Fluminense Green Coast, is available in the condo tours boats and schooners that can be seen from the crystal clear sea, to the mansions built on the private islands for the rich and famous and move in places where larger vessels not could.
Among all its islands, the remarkable Ilha Grande stands out. Considered a paradise for adventurers with its many trails, waterfalls and deserted beaches, the island played an important role in the historical-cultural scenario for Brazil, for housing for almost 60 years a prison.
For diving, some of the main bay of Angra is Sandri Island, Long, the Brandão, Josefa, Round Parrot Buzios, Cobras; Slab of Colonels; Parcel of the Colonels (excellent!!), Imboassica, Burned, Large and Small; Zatin slab, Boots, of Pigs; Slab Black; Wreck Menezes (Ótimo!!); Slab of Men, Monkey; Wreck Pinguino (spectacular!); Shipwreck California; Cave Acaiá Matariz and slab. '
The region is perfect for nature walks, bathing in waterfalls, boating, and water sports and adventure (scuba diving, water skiing, fishing, jet skiing, 'rafting', zip lines, canopy tours, hiking, rock climbing, rappelling, etc. ). . But also offers other attractions such as the Maritime Procession of Angra dos Reis - largest boating party in the country - a real carnival at sea (on January 1), the Festival of Music and Ecology of the Big Island (in June), the FLIP - Paraty International Literary Festival (in August) and the Guarani indigenous village Sapukai.