The house is located in Geribá right corner - the noblest part - of what is considered the most popular beach in Buzios. At 400 m from the beach, the house is conveniently close to the beach as much leisure as the convenience of walking access to supermarkets, restaurants and all trade in the neighborhood. It is 5 minutes' drive - or 15-minute walk - Gastronomic Centre of Porto da Barra, the newest point of restaurants, bars and art galleries of the resort. The house is 10 minutes drive from the historic center of Buzios.
The former fishing village on the route entered the international jet set after visiting the actress Brigitte Bardot in the 60s. Today, the resort is one of the most charming destinations in the country.
Buzios has its origin in a small village which was once inhabited by Indians, Portuguese and French pirates. The village was also the point of slave trafficking in slaves. But it was the passage of the French diva, in January 1964, which put the village on the route of international tourism and glamor. Since then, its beaches have gained prominence in the world and the peninsula was named 'Brazilian Saint-Tropez'. For decades the resort is sophisticated and gained fame due to the charm of your lifestyle and nightlife.
In the summer and on holidays, the buzz is intense day and night. In the low season, Buzios is a perfect haven for lovers of good food, the arts and nature.
The charm and beauty of Buzios is ancient history. The resort was already frequented by Rio high society since the 50s - the moneyed class came behind the rustic charm and privacy of the small fishing village. The trip was an adventure, taken from a precarious dirt road.
Brigitte arrived at the village on 64 brought by her Brazilian boyfriend Bob Zagury. In 76 it was the turn of the singer of the Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger splash about in the village, playing guitar on the beach Canto for fishermen and a group of teenagers locals - including actress Alexia Dechamps and photographer Olivia Guimarães. Exotic as ever, Jagger arrived at the resort in a limo, who almost got stuck in the sandy streets of the village.
Icon of Búzios, the Rua das Pedras is the picture of glamor to the resort. With just over 600 meters long, the 'catwalk' gathers transados bars, fancy restaurants, designer shops, inns, cafes, art galleries, ice cream parlors, nightclubs ...
The movement is minimal during the day, but when night falls and the yellowish lighting takes over the street, the buzz invades every space. After an hour in the morning, the ups and downs of young couples gringos and the boardwalk is relentless - not by chance, stores open until early morning.
The spirit of Rua das Pedras extends further towards the Orla Bardot, practically a continuation of the route, but accompanied by the beach Frame. Also there are scattered bars, shops, ice cream parlors, hotels and nightclubs, as well as some of the most sophisticated restaurants in Buzios.
The bucolic also takes place in the Orla Bardot, always colored by fishing boats. A walk along the promenade, dotted with timber decking, benches and gardens, features bronze sculptures of famous visitors such as French actress Brigitte Bardot and former President JK. Residents and illustrious workers - the fishermen - are also honored there, through a beautiful monument signed by the artist Christina Motta.