Sights

If you have time for a little sightseeing, head to the far end of the port, where you may be able to catch some of the town's famous boats in action. For a good walk and a beautiful view, follow the river’s left bank upstream toward the Igreja NS de Amparo (1757) on the hill.

Sleeping

A few reputable guesthouses and hotels cater to tourists staying the night on their way to Morro de São Paulo or Boipeba.

Eating

Along the river you'll find a few basic seafood and pizza restaurants.

Drinking & Nightlife

Saturday nights are usually rowdy, but you can also find plenty of stands serving beer and cocktails every night of the week along the river.