While Angra's local economy revolves around fishing, the town is world famous for its tourism and demand for luxury real estate. Those who come enjoy exclusivity and sophistication, which is why the town is highly sought after for special annual events, such as New Year's Eve, the Divine Spirit Festival and Angra Sailing Week. In this part of Brazil, the sea offers different shades of green, so boat trips and diving services are highly popular. From the port of Angra you can cross to Ilha Grande, the largest of the 365 surrounding islands. Its beautiful beaches combine with the Atlantic virgin forest to remind the image of a green paradise. Seafood and fresh fish complete this unique experience.