Jurere Beach Village

Address: Alameda Cesar Nascimento, 646 , Florianopolis, State of Santa Catarina, 88053350, Brazil | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Alameda Cesar Nascimento, 646 , Florianopolis, is near Praia Mole (Mole Beach).
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      Travel Blogs from Florianopolis

      Beach life in Florianopolis & Paraty

      A travel blog entry by tim.quaye on Oct 09, 2014

      5 photos

      Although not in chronological order both being by the beach mean I have grouped Paraty and Florianopolis together.

      Paraty

      Paraty is a little beach side town 4 hours south of Rio de Janeiro city. Initially a port for importing and exporting sugar, gold etc it is now known as a beach getaway for the city dwellers and a hotspot on the backpacker trail. With its Mediterranean style whitewashed buildings, cobbled ...

      Florinapolis

      A travel blog entry by ashysingh on Apr 02, 2014

      ... got is where we needed to go. Anyway once we got to it hotel we freshened up and headed out. Had a bit of a walk around town- it's tiny and pretty but the weather was of. We headed to the beach and Tahlia decided to take a dip ( way too windy for me) but my put my toes in and water was nice, we walked a bit more. Discovered an awesome supermarket and bought ...

      Surfing round 2 in florianopolis

      A travel blog entry by loganve90 on Jun 03, 2013

      7 photos

      ... everything, our focus on surfing left only half a day to try out sand boarding. Much more tiring than expected. It's just like snowboarding, but without the chairlifts. After 10 runs we looked like castaways desperately climbing the desert dunes to get to water. Even after 11 days here we were reluctant to leave. Great nature, amazing food, abundant sports, and nice people; another place I could easily imagine living. One last overnight bus ride and we were off to meet Jesse in São ...

      Rained out of Floripa

      A travel blog entry by kaz_and_tim on Sep 29, 2012

      19 photos

      ... flight left from another. (nothing so clear when I was booking it though!!!) The web was full of horror stories about how long it took to get across Sau Paulo and I was worried I would miss the connection. However, everything ran smoothly and in no time I was back in my least favourite airport and then on my way to Buenos Aires.

      'Bus Time' this entry - N/A as flew
      Total time on South American buses - 318 hours
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      Carnaval 2012

      A travel blog entry by csuda on Feb 28, 2012

      12 photos

      ... after recuperating (a.k.a. sleeping) on the beach.

      Because my first trip to Rio was filled with disappointment (due to the rainy weather), I felt obligated to return. Moreover, the Champion’s Parade featuring the winners of Rio’s Carnaval took place on that Saturday. Paying only 25 reals, I was able to find a seat in the grandstands and managed to get a few decent photos of the floats (no dancers however). I did not anticipate the extent of time between ...