The city is large and developed, but retains-characteristics of smaller places. Its people are welcoming and the local scenarios are very green, with vast áreas of Atlantic Forest verywell preserved. The countryside allows a great variety of experiences, in addition to a directcontact with country life.
Besides the industrial vocation, Joinville stands out in the fields of arts and culture, and alsogathers modern elements to the tradition of the German colonization. The city develops andenables sustsinable projects of various types, related to tourism in regions with nature.
Do not forget to enjoy the scenery from the mirante of Joinville, located at the highest point of the Morro da Boa Vista, central region of the city. With 250m of height, the viewing spot offers a view of 360 degrees. There they have a platform of 15m, from where it is impossible notto Marvel at the beauties of the city.
Another very interesting point is Estrada Bonita (Beautiful Road), which as its name proclaims, is a compendium of natural beauty and charm. With its timber framing houses, it looks like a colony of German immigrants of the 19th century. There you will be delighted with a reinforced colonial breackfast (breads, cheeses, pastries, preserves and many other delicacies), in addition to purchasing homemade products such as jetlies, liqueurs, and molasses. No doubt, a must go destination in the South region.