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Luxury travel to Paraty

Picture Perfect Colonial Town on the Costa Verde

Set on the emerald green Costa Verde, Paraty is a beautifully preserved colonial town.

The whitewashed buildings and quiet cobbled streets have been awarded UNESCO world heritage status such is their beauty and historical importance.

The town has many great restaurants and some great bars with live music, with the emphasis on relaxing rather than partying.

Though there are no beaches of note immediately reachable on foot from the town, Paraty is in the corner of an enormous bay area whose calm waters are home to hundreds of islands, many with their own unspoilt beaches and seafood restaurants. Boats can easily be chartered and exploring these areas is a real joy.

What to do
  • Walk the pretty cobbled streets

  • Take a little boat to explore the many different islands and beaches in the bay

  • Visit other nearby beaches

Itineraries including Paraty


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Hotels and villas in Paraty

Here are some of our travel designers' favourite options


The recently opened Casa Turquesa is the most luxurious hotel in Paraty. With just nine...


It is not just the fact that this villa was designed by the renowned Brazilian architect...


Picturesque, simple and secluded, Casa do Pescador is a restored fisherman’s cottage...


Perched on a large rock rounded and smoothed by time and sea, Ilha do Pico is one of the best...


Magnificently set at the very edge of the shore Casarão Amarelo’s neat gardens and...


Another very stylish villa interred in the charming, historic streets of Paraty, Casa Orchidea...


An elegantly restored colonial mansion hidden away in the heart of Paraty’s 17th-century...

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