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Mangaratiba is a small port in the state of Rio de Janeiro. For tourists, it is mainly a place to catch a ship to Ilha Grande, as well as being the site of one of the most traditional beaches in the state.

Get in

By bus from Rio de Janeiro or by car by the road BR-101.




There are not many options for lodging in Mangaratiba, but you will probably only be sleeping here one night before getting the morning ferry anyway.

  • The "traveller's Hôtel" is just in front of the pier to Ilha Grande. A little bit expensive.
  • "Pousada Mendoza" is cheaper (R$25 the night for a single room, R$35 with breakfast at hotel Mendoza (these prices are likely a bit out of date), and clean enough to sleep one night before going to Ilha Grande. The pousada is in the street behind the tourist information kiosk.
  • "Hôtel Mendonca", the best hotel of the town (not saying much). Room, single occupancy R$95, double occupancy R$150 (May 2016).
  • Pousadinha da Liza Rua Arthur Pires 342 (about 500m before the bus stop and pier along the main road). Fan room R$50 single occupancy, R$70 double occupancy. A/C room R$70 single occupancy, R$100 double occupancy (May 2016). Wifi, TV in rooms, free water/tea/coffee/hot chocolate/biscuits/bananas, microwave to use. Owner speaks English.

Get out

  • For the ferry details, see the article on Ilha Grande.

Note : you can easily rent a place to park your car in Mangaratiba.

Routes through Mangaratiba
VitóriaRio de Janeiro  N noframe S  Angra dos ReisSantos

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