Get to know Guarapari


Get to know Guarapari, a city located in the state of Espírito Santo, in the southeast of Brazil, very famous for its natural beauties.

When tourists go to visit the city, they usually rent a house if they are in large groups, or a guesthouse to spend the summer.


Being a coastal city close to the capital of Espírito Santo, Vitória, Guarapari is very popular with tourists. The name of the city has an indigenous origin and means “bird with a red feather”, known by the Indians at the time.


The city of Guarapari has an area of almost 600 km² and is 50 km from Vitória, with neighboring municipalities such as Anchieta, Vila Velha, Viana, Alfredo Chaves and Marechal Floriano.

Temperatures in the city vary between 24° and 34°, so it's a great place to spend the summer, with amazing beaches and lots of tourists from all over the country.

Get to know Guarapari and its sights

Guarapari is the main tourist city in Espírito Santo and attracts people from all over the world with its natural beauty and its famous monazite sands, supposed to be medicinal. The city has incredible beaches, in addition to excellent hotel chains, which attracts even more tourists to the metropolitan region of Vitória.

get to know Guarapari
get to know Guarapari

With more than 30 beaches, the beauties of Guarapari and its infrastructure mean that many people who go there in passing end up staying forever.


Speaking of food, Capixaba cuisine is one of the main tourist attractions in Guarapari. With dishes based on seafood, such as capixaba moqueca, capixaba pie, crab muma and crab, the local cuisine deserves special attention.

A moqueca Capixaba it is the best known dish of the cuisine of Espírito Santo and is famous all over the world. The name “moqueca” means a cooking method without water, with only vegetables and seafood. The moqueca from Espírito Santo is different from the moqueca from Bahia, as it does not contain palm oil or coconut milk.

A Capixaba pie is one of the typical dishes of Guarapari and Espírito Santo. It is made with a delicious mix of seafood, such as shredded crab, shrimp, oysters, mussels, cod and heart of palm. It is a very versatile food and can be found in several places in the city, but it is traditionally eaten during Holy Week in some houses in Espírito Santo. If you like seafood and are looking for a new culinary experience, be sure to try Torta Capixaba during your visit to Guarapari!

Guarapari Center

The city also has a pedestrian walkway with many options for snack bars and ice cream parlors, as well as several parks with leisure options for all ages.

Another tourist spot is Morro da Praia, where you can have a panoramic view of the city and the sea. The place is ideal for walks in the open air and is very popular with tourists and residents of the city.

Guarapari also offers adventure tourism options, such as kayaking and snorkeling. In addition, the city has an amusement park with several attractions, such as a roller coaster, a Ferris wheel and water toys.

The warm climate and constant sunshine throughout the year make Guarapari an ideal destination for beach and nature lovers. With its beaches, natural beauties and infrastructure, the city is a great option for those looking for a place to rest and have fun.


The waterfalls, located between the region's mountains, are an invitation for tourists to cool off with dips in clear, shallow waters. It is possible to see fish in the background and have contact with nature.

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get to know Guarapari 1


The mangrove region is beautiful and has many species of fish and birds. It is well maintained and worth visiting.

Night Dive

There is a large aquarium in the center of the city, perfect for those who want to practice diving before heading out to sea. It is a good option to take children and offers more than 40 species of fish.

The tourist has up to 30 minutes to dive and observe fish, such as paru, pompom, mullet and even penguins. In addition, there are diving points, such as the Victoria Ship, sunk off the coast of Espírito Santo for this purpose.


Guarapari Beaches are highly popular among beachgoers in Southeast Brazil, and this is due to their unique characteristics.

With beautiful landscapes, easy access and low cost, the beaches of Guarapari offer everything needed for a pleasant and complete experience, including infrastructure, fun and contact with nature.

Among the most famous are:

– Morro beach

– Bacutia beach

– Padres Beach

– Three Beaches


Get to know Guarapari and be surprised by this city, which is located within the metropolitan region of the capital Vitória! Her natural wonders and charms are astounding.


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