- Explore fishing villages and discover the Manezinho culture
- Ride your bike in dedicated trails
- Explore the best beaches of Florianópolis
- Feast on local goodies such as polenta and sugarcane juice
Your Florianópolis bike tour will start in Lagoa da Conceição and take you to some of the most beautiful beaches on the island. Along the way, you’ll see old fishing villages, where the native Manezinho culture has been preserved, and find hidden corners where wild nature prevails.
We’ll stop first at Lagoinha, a remote beach only accessible via trails, then move onto Campeche, one of the area’s first settled communities and a popular place for surfers, kitesurfers, and those who like to party on the beach at sunset.
Next up, we’ll veer our bikes toward Morro das Pedras (Mount of the Rocks) Beach, a stretch of sand known for its spectacular rock formation and wild waves. We’ll take a break for some local refreshments like sugar cane juice and polenta.
Then it’s back on the bikes and over to the Parque Municipal da Lagoa do Peri, where you’ll get a chance to dive into a freshwater lagoon and give those cycling legs a break. Refreshed from your swim (and no doubt hungry!), we’ll cycle over to Armação village for lunch. This quiet spot is one of Florianópolis’ major fishing centres and in the 1700s was a launching point for whalers.
Our last stop will be Matadeiro Beach, a spot where no motor vehicles can access, but surfers love to gather. We’ll have time to wander the one-kilometre beach before hopping back on our bikes and heading back to Lagoa da Conceição.
- Local english-speaking guide
- Bicycle and helmet rental.
- Food and drink
- Items of a personal nature
- Additional activities
- Tips and gratuities for your guide.
Child Policy: Children between the ages of 6 and 11 inclusively are permitted on this tour at the rate listed above. Please select ‘child’ above when booking. Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour.
If cancelling less than 48 hours before the chosen start date no refund applies.