Vila Galé Eco Resort de Angra

Address: Estrada Vereador Benedito Adelino, 8413 - Loja 7, Angra Dos Reis, State of Rio de Janeiro, 23909-901, Brazil | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on Estrada Vereador Benedito Adelino, 8413 - Loja 7, Angra Dos Reis.
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          • Outdoor pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Beach
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Minbar in room
          • Hot tub
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Conference facilities
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Vila Galé Eco Resort de Angra Angra Dos Reis

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Angra Dos Reis

          Ilha Grande

          A travel blog entry by kate_matt on Jun 05, 2014

          1 comment, 14 photos

          ... away by his girlfriend, we thought it was best to call it a night although the image of him trying to fend off the local while stark naked was pretty amusing... Our second to last day on the island was much quieter as most of our friends had left. It was another sunny day so us and Josh decided to go on a snorkelling trip up to the 'Blue Lagoon'. The morning started well but it got really cloudy and windy and when it started to rain, the crew decided to cut ...

          Ilha Grande Big Island

          A travel blog entry by lucasandaimz on Feb 15, 2014

          2 photos

          We arrived in Ilha Grande in a slightly hungover state and no one was up to much once we'd had lunch. Brazil has the best restaurant idea - they're called 'por kilo' restaurants, where you put on your plate as much as you can eat, and then they weigh your plate of food, subtracting the weight of the plate, meaning you only pay for what you can actually eat. We're pretty obsessed with them; it's the cheapest way of eating and there's generally a good selection of good quality food.

          Drinking Caipirinha and PiñaColada floating a

          A travel blog entry by tjarnen on Dec 23, 2013

          13 photos

          I didn't get much sleep last night. Probably stayed up until whatever time I don't know, drinking beers in the garden. Today we where all book in for a private boat ride with BBQ and a lot of Caipirinhas. We left with the boat at around 10.45. Cruising away towards our first beach stop, of course drinking caipirinha on the way there. Stayed for about an hour. Playing fresco on the beach, throwing a tennis ball in the water. Then we continued to the ...

          Ilha Grande - Paradise we have found you!

          A travel blog entry by humpooper on Nov 12, 2013

          13 photos

          ... vendor! We got to the station at 3pm and did the typical tourist thing and ran the opposite direction to the Costa bus company. Eventually we found the line which of course at 15minutes past the hour was the longest in the massive station. Chaos ensued as there were fights up ahead at the counter, the Brazilian ladies are not to be messed with! Security called and a big important woman arrived to calm the situation while we wide eyed gringos looked on as the clock ...

          Ilha Grande - the real life Monkey Island

          A travel blog entry by kelljaysiauwei on Jul 21, 2012

          14 photos

          ... island, it took us maybe 5 minutes to find our "pousada" (or local BnB in Brazil-speak), Pousada Telhado Azul (which means Blue Roof in Potuguese) - the village is really that tiny. And apparently it is illegal to expand the village any further. Needless to say, the place survives on tourism. And it helps that the island has some of the best beaches I've ever seen and that this part of the world gets sunshine pretty much 365 days a year. Well, except for the day ...