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Morro da Antena, Imbituba

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Morro da Antena is located in Imbituba. Use our Praia do Rosa tour planner to visit Morro da Antena on your trip to Praia do Rosa, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • I've been several times to Garopaba and never had gone up the Hill to the antenna. I looked for more information, and how we were close, we climbed up there late in the afternoon. The road is with Cobbles being possible to arrive by car to the top, in fact, raise the foot would be somewhat tiring. The view is amazing, you could see the city of Garopaba, beaches, sand dunes and if you're lucky, a beautiful sunset. A great ride!
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  • Electrifying track with a lot of nature and access to vehicles off road indico for lovers of good views
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  • The Hill of the antennas is the ideal place for those who want to admire the beautiful nature, enjoy a stunning sunset or show almost all of the entire shoreline and the towns of Garopaba and Imbituba. Access must be done by car, but the recommended are vans or cars, due to the road being rather difficult. There is a lookout before reaching the top of the antenna and from there you can take amazing photos, but the most beautiful location and offering better vision is at the top of the Hill, especially at night. Draws attention to the large amount of construction and the beginning of the invasion of gated communities on the site and in the immediate vicinity. The place is a bit sloppy and if note right slouch on the part of the public administration, particularly with respect to signage, cleaning and organizing, which is really a shame, because without doubt the Hill of the antennas is one of the most visited and photographed sights of the city, in view of the breathtaking scenery that offers.
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