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Around 520 million years ago, the Búzios peninsula was part of a gigantic mountain range, similar to the Himalayas, generated during the collision of the continental landmasses of South America and Africa.
Later, the Gondwana continent fragmented, separating Brazil and Africa again and opening the Atlantic Ocean. Ponte da Lagoinha is part of this mountainous heritage, which can be enjoyed for its gentle contours.
It is an unforgettable place of rock formations, natural seawater pools, abundant marine fauna and endemic vegetation, including the white-headed cactus that grows only on this coast.