Itanhaém

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Saint Anne Church

Itanhaém is a city in the South Coast of São Paulo state.

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One of the oldest municipalities in Brazil, Itanhaém was founded in 1532. Its name comes from the Tupi-Guarani language, meaning either "plate of rock" or "crying rock", depending on who you ask.

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  • Saint Anne Church

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The principal beaches in Itanhaém are:

  • Centro (Boca da Barra).
  • Dream Beach (Praia do Sonha).
  • Fishermen's Beach (Praia dos Pescadores).
  • Indians' Well Beach (Poço dos Índios).
  • Peruíbe Beach (Praia do Peruíbe).
  • Seagull Beach (Praia da Gaivota).

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Routes through Itanhaém
Registro ← becomes SP-344 ← Peruíbe  S BR-101.png N  MongaguáSantos


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