The Sailing Capital

Throughout its history, Ilhabela has received several names, witnessed battles, welcomed visitors and was eventually inhabited by Portuguese, pirates, slaves and native population. A myriad of ancient stories and legends gave the island a unique and unforgettable personality.

In 1997, a big part of the archipelago of Ilhabela was transformed into the State Park by government of Sao Paulo and declared Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. Today, Ilhabela has one of the last almost virgin reserves of the Atlantic Forest, with over 300 waterfalls and more than 30 beaches, the best of which are in the south of the island, where the Hotel Pousada Ilhasol is located.

Ilhabela has one of the lowest levels of violence in Sao Paulo State, guarantying its visitors moments of true tranquility and relaxation.

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