The coolest beach on the island, this place is ideal for those who wish to enjoy the natural wonders and an excellent swim in the ocean,
as well as a lot of excitement.
Located in the north part of the island, it is less crowded than the bustling south beaches. This beach is ideal for relaxing, sunbathing
and sipping caipirinhas at loca
kiosks. It has calm, turquoise-
Easily accessible, this truly beautiful beach has great B&Bs. It attracts lots of kitesurfing and rappelling enthusiasts to Três Tombos
Waterfall. Young people crowd
the beach in the summer.
This is one of the most popular spots on the island, with pubs and kiosks that attract young people.
If you prefer to rest, charming
B&Bs in the middle of the
forest ensure your tranquility.
Accommodations in Ilhabela are beyond comparison. The island has varied lodging options, from more rustic B&Bs to charming and sophisticated accommodations, most of them decorated with a nautical theme. In almost all of them, youhave an ocean view. If you choose one atop the hill, please keep in mind that access to the beach will be more difficult.
The former fishing village, currently the center of the Island, is a popular spot. Stroll the streets, visiting the charming clothing, decoration, gift and handicraft shops is a great option for the early evening. At night, the village becomes a hangout that attracts young people that crowd the pubs and dance clubs.
Near the Feiticeira Beach, you can find the Três Tombos Waterfall, with a natural water pool. Another good attraction is the Gato Waterfall, the most visited on the island. One of the most traditional tourist sites in Ilhabela is the Toca Waterfall, with natural showers and slides.
Ilhabela State Park
The archipelago park, with 27 thousand hectares, includes 85% of the Ilhabela municipality. A dense forest protects streams, creeks, islands, islets and more than one hundred waterfalls of all sizes. The park’s main attraction are the waterfalls and natural pools.
One of the most famous and secluded beaches in the island is also little visited since it's not easily accessible. Even if you are driving a 4-wheel-drive, it’s quite hard to cross the rugged terrain, especially when it rains. Therefore, the best option is to rent a boat at Perequê Beach. Your efforts will be rewarded with a breathtaking view.