Port of Call Information

Port of Call Information

Itajai, Brazil


Average Yearly High Temperature in Fahrenheit (°F)
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
74 75 74 70 66 64 63 65 65 69 71 72

Overview

The goal of port Itajai, Brazil is to be a magnet for ships of passengers, as form to develop the tourist activity in the city and region. The place is bonded and the structure counts on terminal of passengers, platforms of embankment and landing, installations for the administration. It is the only exclusive terminal for passengers of transatlantic of Brazil. Besides functioning as terminal of passengers, during the time of it is with its empty wharf the Tourist Pier also is used by boats of the Navy of Brazil and oceanography research, for the mooring of merchant ships that also need repairs.

Things to Do

Take a tour and as you stroll around, you will come across an intriguing mix of German architecture, European-style churches and blue-eyed, blond Brazilians speaking German. Breathtaking un crowded beaches, water sports, mountain biking, magical rainforests, eco-tourism, chic resorts, and historic colonial villages.

The food here is exquisite seafood is the city’s specialty. The oysters, cultured in the south of the island can be consumed fresh out of the sea. The shrimp is the favorite finger food, prepared and served in diverse ways. Fishing season here is from May through June, after you have caught the fish it is prepared by being salted and dried, it is grilled. Another feature of Florianópolis are the simple and stress-free restaurants, close to the beaches and maintained by fishermen. The city also has more stylish restaurants, which serve international dishes.

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