Silversea Luxury Cruises À PORTO BELO

PORTO BELO

Beautiful beaches attract many to Porto Belo, but there are other natural attractions. The Atlantic forest of the Brazil coast has a great variety of plants and birds, including many found nowhere else. It is second only to the Amazon in diversity. But most of the forest has been cleared for agriculture. Trekking in the surviving forest near Port Belo puts you amid the super-rich and rare ecosystem. Azorean culture has become a source of pride to locals in recent years. View more

Between 1747 and 1756, Portugal sent nearly 7500 immigrants from the Azores and Madeira to the state of Santa Catarina. They were enticed with money, land, agricultural tools, seeds, livestock and weapons to populate and secure the Portuguese colonial territory from local indigenous people and rival Europeans. They settled and flourished in settlements such as Porto Belo for ten generations. You can still find Azorean cultural influences in cuisine, holy ghost festivals, colourful boats and architecture seen at Praça dos Pescadores (Fishermen’s Square) in Porto Belo. German influence is strong in the southern Brazilian state of Santa Catarina. From the early 19th century, Germans emigrated and made up over 50% of immigrants to the state. Adapting to tropical conditions was hard, but many coped with farming and excelled in producing children. Today towns like Blumenau maintain a strong German influence in architecture and festivities, and especially in the essential tradition of locally brewed beer and classic German sausages.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.

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Excursions depuis PORTO BELO

Azorean Route

Walk the routes of the Azorean colonization in the capital of Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, which is endowed with natural beauty and quality of life. Upon arrival at the island, look to your left to see the iconic Bridge Hercílio Luz that was made in 1926.


Drive just under two hours to the northern coast of the island to Santo Antonio de Lisboa, one of the oldest districts in Florianópolis. This district played an important role in the colonization of the city and still preserves many historic houses and buildings. With its narrow, quiet streets, quality restaurants and a wonderful view, Santo Antônio is a mandatory stop for anyone visiting the capital of Santa Catarina.


Take a guided walking tour of Santo Antônio, which was formerly the neighborhood called the parish of Nossa Senhora das Necessidades and served as one of the main ports of entry for immigrants in the region, coming mainly from the Azores Island, in Portugal. The place has also served as a port and customs post, receiving foreign merchants and vessels. One of the most striking features of Santo Antônio de Lisboa is the colorful houses with windows and doors painted in bold colors, a legacy of Azorean culture. These colorful buildings can also be found in other regions of Florianópolis, such as in Sambaqui and in the parish of Ribeirão da Ilha.


This neighborhood is one of the main gastronomic centers of the city, with dozens of restaurants, most of them specialized in Seafood. Some have tables on decks on the beach, with an incredible view. The local cultivation of seafood and oysters supplies many restaurants.


Upon the conclusion of your guided walking tour, rest your feet and taste some of the best oysters of the region at the Freguesia Oyster Bar. Before lunch, there is also the opportunity to visit the restaurant's Marine Farm and learn about the production of Oysters in the State of Santa Catarina. Next transfer for lunch at Café Freguesia, which along with the marine farm is a family-owned and operated business.


After lunch, visit Casarão Engenho dos Andrades, a mansion built in 1860, owned by Agenor José de Andrade, surname for which the architectural ensemble became known. The architectural pair consists of two buildings; one of them is a recently restored cassava and sugar cane flour mill, which is well maintained, and the main house is a great example of colonial architecture, from the historical period of the formation of the Parish of Santo Antônio de Lisboa, representing one of the best residence examples of the rural aristocracy in that region. Casarão Engenho dos Andrade reached its golden age in the cycle of flour, sugar cane and coffee.


Make the 2-hour return drive back to Porto Belo port.

Azorean Route

Departure from Porto Belo Pier towards Florianopolis. Florianopolis is the capital of Santa Catarina, endowed with natural beauty and quality of life, Upon arrival at the island, you will see on your left Bridge Hercílio Luz that was made in 1926, it is the post card of the city. Drive to the North Coast of the island at Santo Antonio

de Lisboa Santo Antônio de Lisboa is one of the oldest districts in Florianópolis. Located in the northwest of Santa Catarina Island, it is located 15 kms from the Center, on the way to the northern beaches.


The district played an important role in the colonization of the city and still preserves many historic houses and buildings. With its narrow, quiet streets, quality restaurants and a wonderful view, Sto. Antônio is a mandatory ticket for anyone visiting the capital of Santa Catarina. Formerly the neighborhood was called the parish of Nossa Senhora das Necessidades and was one of the main ports of entry for immigrants in the region, coming mainly from the Azores Island, in Portugal. The place has also served as a port and customs post, receiving foreign merchants and vessels. One of the most striking features of Santo Antônio de Lisboa is the colorful houses with windows and doors painted in bold colors, a legacy of Azorean culture. They can also be found in other regions of Florianópolis, such as in Sambaqui and in the parish of Ribeirão da Ilha.


The neighborhood is one of the main gastronomic centers of the city, with dozens of restaurants, most of them specialized in Seafood. Some have tables on decks on the beach, with an incredible view. Cultivation of seafood and oysters supplies many restaurants. You will visit the historical centre with its old houses, which are an attraction in itself, in colonial Portuguese style.


Your guide will introduce you to the history and the traditions of the area when visiting the historical center with its old houses, which are an attraction in itself, in colonial Portuguese style. You will also learn about the local handcraft. After check the beauty of the landscape and the level of excellence of the mariculture of Santa Catarina, the visitors will taste the best oysters in the whole world (ostra in natura, ao bafo and gratinada) of the Restaurant Freguesia Oyster Bar Restaurante. Santo Antônio de Lisboa stands on the national scene as the largest producer of oysters in Brazil. After lunch you may return to Pier

Azoreann Cooking Class in Florianopolis

Discover the secrets behind preparing Azorean cuisine during this informative half-day lunch tour. Florianópolis cuisine began with the landing of the Portuguese that brought slaves to work and explore the land. While the Indians used food such as cassava, maize, the Portuguese exploited deep sea fishing.


During this experience a typical dish called Mussel "Lambe, lambe" which means "licks, licks" will be prepared. This is a typical dish of the island of Florianópolis, mainly in the south of the island. When the fishermen reach the shore, they harvest the mussels and add a special ingredient called "Urucum" oil, a seed of a tree that is abundantly found in the Atlantic forest, which was used by local Indians to color their faces. When ready, fishermen without using cutlery used the licking motion to remove the shellfish from the shell.


Public market

Embark the coach for the approximately 130-minute scenic drive to the Public Market in Florianopolis, the capital of the state of Santa Catarina. Your chef greets you and accompanies you on a market tour. Along the way, learn about the unique blend of Brazilian ingredients, spices and flavors that make up the local Azorean

cuisine. Leaving the market, board again with your guide and chef and continue to the location of the cooking class.


Cooking class

During your cooking class, learn how to prepare Mussel Lambe Lambe. The signature dish of Azorean cuisine in Florianópolis and a seafood dish prepared in a pan by our local chef. After the cooking class, relax with a lunch your chef has prepared. Dessert is also served, Brigadeiro which is prepared with condensed milk, chocolate and butter. The name originated because it was a favorite candy of an aircraft brigadier. After lunch, board the bus and begin the journey of approximately 130 minutes back to the pier.

Blumenau Tour With Lunch

Explore the German history, architecture and culture of Blumenau during this picturesque, full-day sightseeing excursion that features scenic drives, Brazilian fare and a craft beer tour and tasting.


From the port, travel 90 minutes along the scenic Itajai Açu River en route to Blumenau. As you approach the city, immediately notice the powerful European influence on its stunning architecture, some of which dates back to the 1800s.


Upon arrival in Blumenau, visit craft beer maker Alles Blau and enjoy a beer tasting. Craft beer Cervejaria Alles Blau means "all blue" in German, and colloquially it also means "all right." Next, re-board your coach and proceed to a local restaurant for a delicious Brazilian buffet lunch.


After lunch, visit a German-influenced "biergarten" (outdoor space for drinking beer) and the Beer Museum for a guided tour.


Enjoy some free time downtown before returning to the pier.

Camboriu Highlights & Cable Car

Explore the island of Virgin Gorda with an island drive and a coastal cruise this scenic half-day overview.

Depart the tender pier in your open-air safari truck for the first portion of your journey around this small but fascinating British Virgin Island. Your drive takes you through Spanish Town and to the ruins of the 18th century Copper Mine works. Explore the ruins overlooking the seas before boarding the tour bus before driving onward up to Gorda Peak for dramatic views of the surrounding islands and Gorda Sound where Drake is purported to have kept his ships.


Next, drive 40 minutes to Gorda Sound for a coastal cruise. Descending to Gun Creek, disembark the vehicles and board a comfortable motorboat for a cruise through Gorda Sound. During your scenic boat ride, view Sir Richard Branson's Moskito island en route to the Dog islands lying off the coast of Virgin Gorda. Your tour escort narrates stories of the islands as you enjoy a complimentary drink.


Leaving the Dog islands, the boat cruises past the famous Baths beaches before returning to the marina.


Return to the pier.

Hiking at Porto Belo Island

Hike a nature-filled and historic trail at Porto Belo Island, followed by some relaxing beach time. Depart the pier by local boats and transfer for a beautiful walk along the island's ecological trail. Your hike is a journey of approximately 1 hour, with a medium degree of difficulty and full of beauties of native flora and fauna. The stretch is circular and has 1,300 meters of extension through the majestic Atlantic Forest.


The highlights of the guided tour are the curiosities and legends related to the occupation history of the island, such as the golden angel, for example. Legend has it that the Jesuits have hidden beneath the rock, called the Stone of the Cross, a statue of an angel of gold the size of an adult man. This statue remains a mystery to this day. The lore also says that the rock inscriptions found on the stone that gives its name to the trail, carved more than four thousand years ago by the ancient peoples of the region, are in fact be a map to find the golden angel.


Along the trail there is also the gazebo, which provides for a fantastic view. Soak up the atmosphere in this environmental refuge, teeming with orchids, animals and wild birds, in addition to all the sounds and colors of nature.


Enjoy some free time at the beach, taking a swim or relaxing in the sun. Then transfer back to the pier.

Kayak in Puerto Belo

One of the most beautiful places in Santa Catarina, Porto Belo Island is located approximately 1 kilometer from the city center. With calm and crystalline water, the island has an untouched nature surrounded by the Atlantic Forest in all its surroundings with a wide variety of fauna and flora, making the Island have a greater charm. The preserved nature is a special attraction.


With calm and clear waters invite people to water sports, like kayak. From there you can feel the peace of the sea, the energy of the nature.

During 40 minutes, you can enjoy the ocean near to Porto Belo Island in a Kayak.


Departure from the ship in a tender until Porto Belo beach. There you will embark in a kayak, where you can enjoy the ocean. After this adventure you can relax at the beautiful beach. Return to the port.

Kayaking at Porto Belo

Circle Porto Belo Island on a 50-minue kayak ride on this delightful excursion for active guests that is followed by some relaxing beach time. Transfer to the island aboard a local fishing boat and board your kayak for this trip around an island full of beautiful native flora and fauna. Tour this environmental refuge teeming with wildlife, and hear the sounds and see the colors of nature as you paddle.


After your kayak adventure, enjoy some free time at the beach before making the return trip to the ship.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.