The best places to camp in Floripa


Shipwrecked Beach

Florianópolis is a charming city for all tribes. With 500 inhabitants and one of the favorite destinations for tourists from all over the country, the capital of Santa Catarina has dozens of paradisiacal beaches, being the second capital with the largest area of ​​preserved Atlantic Forest in Brazil. With so many natural beauties, Floripa is also the ideal destination for those who want to camp.

It is already scientifically proven that taking time to be close to nature contributes very effectively to health and quality of life. And Florianópolis has options for those who want to camp with their family, with friends, rest and live a few moments of calm, for surfers and even on deserted beaches.

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First of all, be prepared!

Tent, repellent and sunscreen are part of the basic kit. But it is also worth researching, for example, if there is a kiosk or convenience close by, otherwise, be equipped with food and drinks for the camping days.

Gathering the garbage little by little and discarding it in the correct places or improvising your own selective collection is also interesting, after all, nothing can be discarded in the environment.

If you are camping overnight, remember that campfires are legal, but generally prohibited in environmentally protected locations, as they increase the risk of fire. If you need to heat some food, the ideal is have a barbecue. Now let's get to the locations!

Mozambique beach

This is ideal for those want to wake up to the sound of the waves and live good moments of rest. The Scout Field, in the Rio Vermelho State Park, has showers and even electricity points, as well as a capacity for up to 200 people. Great for families and anyone camping with kids!


Shipwrecked Beach

this is for who likes to surf and likes more rustic adventures in the midst of nature. Praia de Naufragados, in the extreme south of Santa Catarina Island, has a camping area. Access is via a 3km trail that lasts an average of 1 hour. But the view is definitely worth the effort!

Lagoinha do Este

Lagoinha provides a complete experience! It has some steep climbs and descents, but you don't need to be an athlete to do the route. This one also doesn't have a delimited camping area, so it's nice to take all the items and supplies for the adventure. The easiest access is going through Praia do Matadeiro and returning through Pântano do Sul.

reserved beaches

The extra tip is for those who don't necessarily want to camp, but like an adventure. In this case, some reserved and easily accessible beaches are also good options. The beach of Calhau is between Santinho beach and that of Mozambique. With no visible strip of sand, it is possible to leave bags and belongings on the lawns and enjoy the day with the stunning landscape of the place. You also need to bring food and drinks. Praia do Saquinho, on the other hand, can be accessed on a trail that is located at Praia da Solidão, in the south of the island.


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