In addition to the natural attractions, Velha Boipeba has an architecture that expresses the good taste of the population in the colours and shapes of its houses.
In addition, flowers are cultivated everywhere, decorating the facades.
An important example of local architecture is the Igreja do Divino Espírito Santo, a 17th-century building, with neoclassical altars and tiles depicting biblical themes, a mark of the Jesuit occupation.
Located on the eastern side of the island, it is one of the main fishing communities in Boipeba, with attractions of great scenic beauty.
Its beach is in front of a formation of reefs where, during low tide, Natural Pools are formed.
Moreré can be reached by boat trips that include visits to the swimming pools, by walking along the beach or following a trail through the interior.
Also known as São Sebastião, Cova da Onça is another village, located in the south of the island.
The name comes from the existence of a small cave, where, according to legend, there is an underground hiding place used by the Jesuits during the indigenous attacks.
In this hiding place, the Jesuits would have left an image of São Sebastião, patron of the place.
The town can be visited on three-hour trails that pass through Mata do Serrão or through the town of Monte Alegre.