Tourists will remember the many Buzios beaches as a major highlight in their vacation; and because they remember, they always go back. The great thing about the Buzios coast is that you can choose where to go to depending on the kind of beach you will need. Because of their number, Buzios beaches can be separated into diving beaches, surfing beaches, kite surfing beaches, nature preserves, snorkelling beaches, sunbathing beaches and party beaches. So before you head to just any beach, ask the locals for the perfect Buzios beaches to go to.
Take kite surfing as an example. Some Buzios beaches won't have strong enough winds that are necessary to propel kite surfers on the water. In other Buzios beaches, the wind might blow you towards a rocky outcropping. Just because beaches in Buzios are all in the same general location doesn't mean that conditions are the same. If you ask Eduardo Graf who heads the Buzios Kitesurf School, the best beaches in Buzios that surfers can go to for kite surfing are Rasa and Tuncuns beaches along the Buzios coast. Surfers will also enjoy Geriba beach as it is ideal for wind surfing. Surfers who want to catch huge waves should head to Praia Brava.
To have some peace and quiet, travel to the isolated Azeda beach by hiking on a trail from Ossos beach or jump in a boat to cross the waters. Relative to other beaches in Buzios, Azeda has a short shore line. The Azedinha beach is similar to Azeda beach in terms of access. You might want to avoid Praia de Canto and Praia de Armacao as these two Buzios beaches are unfit for bathing. Praia Jose Goncalves and Praia dos Amores are two of those Buzios beaches where people make do without clothing. Binoculars or handycams will come in handy indeed! The Praia Olho de Boi is a virgin beach along the Buzios coast that is also frequented by naturists. Be sure to bring your own water, food and equipment (like a handycam). The internet offers a lot of spycams for these two naturist Buzios beaches. If you want to see what these two Buzios beaches look like (not the people!), you can try the spycams.
Speaking of equipment, you can rent water sports equipment at affordable prices in most Buzios beaches. The Ferradura, Jaoa Fernandes and Manguinhos beaches in Buzios are a few among many Buzios beaches that rent out kayaks, lasers (one person sailboats), sailboards, Hobie Cats and masks and snorkels.