Apart from being an attraction in itself and attracting visitors from all over the world, Bombinhas is part of a set of beaches that form the Costa Smeralda (also counting Porto Belo and Itapema) and geographically close to many tourist cities:
70 km from Florianópolis; 58 km from Nova Trento and Mother Paulina; 70 km from Brusque; 80 km from the caves of Botuverá; 90 km from Blumenau; 30 km from Balneário Camboriú; 120 km from Pomerode, the most German city in Brazil; 90 km from San Francisco, one of the oldest Brazilian cities, founded in 1504; 132 km from Joinville, the city of flowers and 40 km from St. John the Baptist, the third shoe pole of the country.
The varied trade contributes to the composition of the ideal scenario for harmonious coexistence between nature and everyday life. Shops, crafts and restaurants specializing in seafood or international food serve the most varied tastes and palates.
Bombinhas is close to centers of intense commerce, such as:
Brusque, Blumenau and Balneário Camboriú. By car or using outsourced itineraries you can visit all these places in one day and take advantage to buy products with factory prices.