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Wining & Dining in Cambury, São Paolo, Brazil

João Canziani A new lodge at Fernando de Noronha.

Photo: João Canziani

Behind the pothole-ridden streets and dilapidated-building walls that characterize this stretch of the Costa dos Alcatrazes, lie sophisticated pousadas and restaurants. Every weekend, polished Paulistas spend their days camped out on the golden sands of Cambury Beach, a 1,900-yard crescent just off the villages main street. Evenings in town are devoted to wining and dining at some of the best regional restaurants in Brazil.

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Destinations: São Paulo

Inspired by: Brazil's Hidden Beaches — by Kevin Raub, Published Dec. 2005

Hotels (2)

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    Villa Paradiso Pousada

    Housed in a yellow Mediterranean-style mansion, the romantic hotel is just a block from the beach. All 12 rooms at this adults-only boutique hotel

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    Villa Bebek Hotel

    Located on an otherwise nondescript residential street, the 22-suite hotel looks anything but typical. Bungalow shacks outfitted in bright colors a

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Restaurants (2)

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    Acqua, Sao Paulo

    The restaurant, which sits high above Cambury Beach on a forested hillside, is the current hot spot; Brazilian-accented Italian cuisine (conchiglia

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    Chef Edinho Engel started the Cambury dining revolution 18 years ago when he opened the restaurant in the rain forest at the end of a 50-foot board

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