Fernando de Noronha is an idyllic archipelago of 21 islets 354 kilometres off the coast of Brazil. Here one can find three of the finest, least touched beaches in Brazil. Action seekers will enjoy the marvellous snorkelling and diving, while the quiet escapists will find peace and tranquility far from the bustling beaches of more developed regions. Book a five-star pousada, a boutique hotel with a private bungalow and an outdoor Jacuzzi, to enjoy the sunset.
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