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Rock ‘n’ roll heroes look down from photos on the walls as you dig into picanha and lift frosty mugs of beer at this steak house.
Take a seat on the terrace of this popular boardwalk restaurant, where you can sip caipirinha cocktails over plates of fresh seafood and tasty pizza.
Locals and tourists alike sing the praises of this seafood spot on the shore. Try the grilled cod fillet and a glass of cachaça—a sweet spirit made from sugar cane.
Estádio Cláudio Moacir de Azevedo
Also called Moacyrzão, this 16,000-seat soccer stadium hosts exuberant crowds whenever the city’s most popular team plays.
Forte Marechal Hermes
See the pristine white and blue exterior of this 19th-century waterfront fort, complete with decommissioned cannons.
Located near the large Imbetiba Port, this less-crowded beach is often dotted with sunbathers.