By the Highway
Distant not more than 370 kilometers from São Paulo, Angra dos Reis can
be reached by BR-116 (Via Dutra – Highway Presidente Dutra).
Near Barra Mansa take the right the highway RJ-155, that goes to Rio Claro
and Lídice. Take care not to enter
Passa Três and Bananal. From Barra Mansa to the junction of RJ-155
with BR-101 (Rio-Santos) there are 80 kilometers. Until Angra there are
more than 15 kilometers. Another road for who leaves São Paulo by Via
Dutra is going to São José dos Campos and go down through Tamoios
Highway until Caraguatatuba and from there to the coast, then you go to Ubatuba, Paraty and Angra dos Reis.
Rio Santos Highway
is a delayed course, however with incredible views. Leaving Santos go down
Bocaina mountain and will pass for several towns and places with extreme
beauty like: Boracéia, São Sebastião, Caraguatatuba, Ubatuba and
Paraty, being now just 96 Km from Angra downtown. Later on you’ll find
the 4th district of Angra called Frade (Monk), there are more than 30 Km
until the access enter to Angra.
Leaving Rio de Janeiro - The road begins in Avenida Brasil (Brazil Avenue) and it proceeds by Rio-Santos, for 155 kilometers, going by the towns of Itaguaí, Muriqui and Mangaratiba until arrives in Angra dos Reis. Another option is going trhough for the Tunnel Dois Irmãos, Barra da Tijuca, Recreio dos Bandeirantes, Santa Cruz and Rio-Santos.
|Coming from Barra Mansa - Volta Redonda - Resende|
Take the highway RJ-155, that goes by Rio Claro and Lídice. Watch out. you cannot take the enterance to Passa Três and Bananal. From Barra Mansa to the junction of RJ-155 with BR-101 (Rio-Santos) there are 80 kilometers. From that point until Angra there are more than 15 kilometers.
|Coming by the Sea|
The access by the sea is very
beautiful, but there aren’t regular lines, except the Marine Cruises,
which include Angra dos Reis in their routes.
Anyway, who comes by yacht or other vessels can find many options in the anchorages of the boat marinas and yacht clubs.
|Coming by the Air|
|The Airport of Angra dos Reis
is considered a small load one, assisting principally, small private Aircrafts. With a length of landing/taking off track - now with 980 m - its
expansion was requested by the fundamental importance for the tourist
development of the Bay of Ilha Grande.