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Jurerê Internacional

Welcome to Jurerê Internacional! A special place, with a lot of green areas and fresh air, 2 km of sea shore, a calm blue sea of warm waters. Houses without walls or fences, tree-lined and safe streets. Right next to its bay is Fort San José da Ponta Grossa, one of the historic fortifications of Florianopolis.

For those who want to live, spend the summer or only enjoy life, the residential condominium and resort Jurerê Internacional is a way of living, a place where sophistication is together with simplicity, where the styles are many, but life is in harmony.

Jurerê Internacional has a differentiated infrastructure, with its own management of water, cleaning and monitoring of public bathing facilities. This is coupled with excellent community and private security, leisure, education and environmental conservation.

But Jurerê Internacional is more than peace and quiet. Here you find an excellent infrastructure for sports, concerts, and cultural events, excellent bars and restaurants right on the seashore, supermarket, shops, drugstores, a school and an open air shopping center, with excellent shopping, eating, and leisure options.

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When the Azoreans founded the settlement of São Francisco de Paula das Cana Vieiras in 1754, they probably never imagined it would become one of the busiest places in Florianópolis.

Natural beauty, complete facilities and bilingual customer service at most establishments makes Canasvieiras the favorite resort for Latin American tourists in Florianópolis. It is also the most popular destination of many Brazilians.

Located in the northern portion of Santa Catarina Island, the beach of just over 2 km looks out to the Island of Francês and is one of the leading resorts in Southern Brazil.

The blue-green, waters have few waves and temperatures between 23ºC and 26ºC in the summer. The strip of fine white sand is narrow and on the hottest days it's best to arrive early to secure a spot. There are beach chairs, kayaks and other items for rent. Leisure options for the entire family include: banana-boat, schooner and diving excursions. There are areas for soccer, volleyball and paddleball, as well as a playground for children.

The center of the village is like a small city. It has a police station, public health clinic, a 24-hour supermarket, a strip mall, car rentals, banks, post office and travel agencies. For those who want to enjoy themselves without stepping on the sand, there is a bingo hall in the summer.

Gastronomically, Canasvieiras offers steakhouses, pasta restaurants, traditional local seafood, international cuisine, snack bars, pastry shops and ice-cream parlors. During the summer there is also a McDonald's kiosk.

There are also many hotels in the village. Tourists can choose from luxury hotels, pleasant bed and breakfasts or private houses for rent. For the more thrifty, there are hostels and camping areas.

At night, there is no lack of entertainment: There are a variety of bars and restaurants with live music and nightclubs.

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Although it is very popular with tourists, Ingleses maintains the traditions of its Azorean settlers. During the summer, it is the resort with the second largest concentration of Argentine tourists, second only to Canasvieiras. In winter, mullet fishing, religious festivals and folklore performances express the "manezinho" culture.

The beach is the main tourist spot in the area. Nearly five kilometers long, the narrow strip of sand is washed by the open sea with blue waters and moderate waves. In summer, the average water temperature is 22ºC guaranteeing a pleasant swim. The waves never get too large but there are days when they are good for surfing. In colder months, schools of fish swim up the coast in search of warmer waters than those in Rio Grande do Sul in order to spawn, making fishing the main activity of Ingleses' traditional residents.

The dunes that separate Ingleses from Santinho are another natural attraction that shouldn't be missed. Sand-boarding is practiced there, a sport created in Florianopolis that consists of descending the dunes on a board, performing stunts or just enjoying the ride. All it takes is good balance and a rented board. Those who want a different excursion can walk over four kilometers of dunes. Just don't forget a water bottle.

Ingleses has a variety of options in food, lodging and services. Most establishments have attendants who speak Spanish.

Source: Text and photos posted on the site www.guiafloripa.com.br

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