Tourists who come to seek primarily Leblon beaches. At the end of Leblon, west, there is a viewpoint (Leblon Mirante) from where you can enjoy all the waterfront promenade, the beaches of Leblon and Ipanema and Arpoador Pedra. It is also a good walk walking the inner streets of the neighborhood, with elegant shops, bars, restaurants and many green spaces.
For those who want to shop the Shopping Leblon is an option, with more than 200 stores, restaurants, movie theaters, a cultural center and a panoramic view from the terraces
Leblon beach making a continuation of Ipanema beach, separated from it by a canal linking the sea to the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas. It is also the name of a district, the most expensive and popular bourgeois neighborhoods of Rio
It has a length and a mile and it is all very nice and quiet. In the area already looks little tourism, but there are hotels. What you will find are mainly citizens of the same neighborhood and many families with their children.
The typical image of Leblon Beach, with Morro of the Two Brothers in the background.
If we were in for a dip Leblon, still well worth a walk from Ipanema. If we want to look good views of the beach of Leblon and Ipanema can access the Mirante do Leblon up a small mound that is the end of the beach (the opposite side from Ipanema), where Niemeyer Avenue starts going to the neighborhood of São Conrado. From there, we can make great pictures and have a drink or coconut water at a kiosk.
At the end of Leblon we always display the Morro Dois Irmãos, a mountain river characteristics, so called because it is surmounted by two peaks very similar. This mountain can also be climbed to access a park, which has another viewpoint from where you have pretty spectacular views of the city. At Morro Dois Irmãos park is accessible by car.