If you do not like riots, leave behind the great Praia de Joao Fernandes (full of restaurants, hotels and bars on the beach), and walk from there to your right. Soon you will find Joao Fernandinho , which is a divine beach, more family-oriented and much less crowded. You'll see many seafood stalls selling rustic, 'Siris' roasts and fish. Do not miss out on the oysters, they are an unforgettable treat. Armed with food and drink, if you walk further to the right you will find a strip of golden sand that is solitary, only dotted with some large stones. The place is fantastic and clear warm waters are ideal for snorkelling.
Ossos Beach - according to the many local stories that try to explain somehow the real origin of its name, the common denominator is that it could have been given because of whale bones found on its shores. On the left side are the Church of Santana and the Yacht Club de Buzios, on the other side you can use a path to get to the Azeda beach.
Walking for 15 minutes along a path that runs along the ocean from the Ossos, we reach this paradise of calm water in a cove that is transparent. Azeda doesn´t have services, except the typical boats nestled in the sand where they sell drinks and coconuts. The corner is a great place to go on a day when the cove is empty.
This beautiful beach has the name 'tartaruga' because in the not too distant past turtles come up on to it to lay their eggs there. Tartaruga is located on the opposite side to where the largest part of [poi = 111747] Buzios beaches are [/ poi], but worth a detour, because it's really quite amazing. The strip of sand is bounded on one side by large rocks that go into the sea, where they form beautiful natural pools. The site is amazing for photographers, as the scenery is stunning. Tartaruga, being so near Buzios, has loungers for eent and various restaurants and bars in the area.
Closed, the huge bay of Ferradura is characterized by its calm waters, perfect for learning to windsurf and sailing in tiny boats. The beach is quiet and familiar, each both have rustic stalls where you can buy fruit and drinks. This corner of Buzios is surrounded by amazing homes with gardens. A place I recommend is the Morro da Ferradura, the highest point of the bay, with spectacular views.
Arriving to Praia do Forno is not easy and neither is explaining it, because as one arrives, there are countless tracks and none of them are marked. The effort to keep asking for the way is worthwhile, since the beach is paradise. It is closed off on one side by a stone cliff and big semi submerged rocks in the ocean, this corner of Buzios is amazing. Clear water and incredible color, golden sand and seagulls , and fishing boats dotting the landscape. Praia do Forno is perfect for snorkeling. Just stick your head in the water and you will see an amazing world.
This spectacular beach Buzios is preferred for surf lovers, because unlike the rest of the coast of the peninsula Brava, has good waves. Wild, with just a couple of rustic beach bars where you can eat fish and drink, Praia Brava occupies a large bay surrounded by native vegetation. At the access there are houses and a hotel, the beautiful Brava Hotel . One recommendation: This beach is a paradise, but not when the wind blows.