Discover here the products that are produced in the South region, one of the most beautiful regions of Brazil
It is the smallest of the regions in the country and the only one outside the Intertropical Zone. It borders Uruguay, Argentina and Paraguay.
Its settlement was marked by the presence of European immigrants, including Italians, Germans, Poles and Ukrainians, who mark their cultures, notably in architecture, cuisine and dances in the region.
The three states of the South Region and their capitals are:
Paraná (Curitiba) Santa Catarina (Florianópolis) Rio Grande do Sul (Porto Alegre)
The wine industry is now an important source of income for the region. Gramado and Canela, in the Serra Gaúcha, with casualties, are relevant tourist centers.
The Southern Region concentrates a small industrial area, which extends from Curitiba (PR) to Blumenau in Santa Catarina and another area that extends from Porto Alegre, to the north, with the city of Caxias do Sul (RS) as its center.
The state of Santa Catarina is the largest national producer of oysters and mussels grown in large aquaculture parks.
The Iguaçu Falls, formed by the river of the same name, with 275 waterfalls, located in the Iguaçu National Park, in the state of Paraná, is considered a Natural Heritage of Humanity.
The Curitiba - Paranaguá Railway, located in Serra do Mar, built in 1808, in an area of Atlantic Forest, is one of the most important tourist routes in the region.