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Ermida de Santo Antonio do Guaibe Ruins, Bertioga
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Ermida de Santo Antonio do Guaibe Ruins is located in Bertioga. To visit Ermida de Santo Antonio do Guaibe Ruins on your trip to Bertioga, use our Bertioga family vacation planner.
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Passei para se fazer fora da temporada, quando o tempo não está muito quente e sem chances de chuva. O visual é lindo e o caminho é fácil! Não deixe de ir até a Praia Branca.I spent to do in the off-season, when the weather is not too hot and no chance of rain. The look is beautiful and the way is easy! Be sure to go to the white beach.show original
Gente! Adoro pescar e principalmente neste ponto do canal onde ficam as ruínas, um pouco mais a frente na trilha antes do velho farol na pedra. Sempre que possível acampamos e passamos noites maravilh... read more »Us! I love fishing and especially at this point in the channel where the ruins, a little further on the trail before the old lighthouse on the rock. Whenever possible we camped and spent wonderful evenings as long as stories in front of a bonfire waiting for a hooked good. It's like going back in time and imagine in great detail the Catechesis of the Indians as the story book we learned in school. Unfortunately you can't tell due care in a place with such an historic value, but the awareness has to from each of the visitors, while preserving the environment. Nominate who is visiting Gainesville, take some time to walk in the midst of lush nature and breathe the memories of a time not too far that way, but it deserves all our attention. We love our country and our history, our roots are deep.show original
Simplesmente uma jóia de nossa história, e tão esquecida e mal cuidada. Aqui foi realizada a primeira missa no Brasil nos anos de 1500, por Padre José de Anchieta. O lugar é realmente incrível e lindo... read more »Simply a jewel of our history, and so forgotten and unkempt. Here was held the first mass in Brazil in 1500, by Father José de Anchieta. The place is really amazing and beautiful, and your access is given by a trail of approximately 10-12 minutes. To get there, you must take the ferry from Bertioga to Guarujá (preferably make the crossing on foot, it's free and you can stop the car in Bertioga). As soon as you get off the ferry, the left will have an entry for the Serra do Guaruru. There will be two options, a cemented track that goes to the little Beach, which is also pretty White, and the land goes to the ruins. The path is very quiet, and goes along the Canal of Bertioga. It is recommended to do this tour during the day, since they don't have any lighting at night. The ruins are preserved by time, but it is very little and cared for as a world heritage site as it should be.show original
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