Itapoá is a municipality in the northern part of the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil. It borders the municipal areas of São Francisco do Sul in the south and of Garuva in the east. In the north it borders with the state of Paraná. It is the northernmost municipality in Santa Catarina.
Itapoá was originally part of the municipality of Garuva, but gained independency in 1989.
Its main revenue originates from tourism, due to its situation at the atlantic coast. The nature reserve " Volta Velha" in the premises of the municipality is one of the last large-scale remnant of Restinga vegetation in the state.
Itapoã or Itapuã is a neighborhood located in the western zone of Salvador, Bahia. Itapoã is where Dona Flor (from the Jorge Amado novel Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands) gave up her virginity to the scoundrel who was to become her first husband. It was also home to poet/playwright/lyricist Vinícius de Moraes for a number of years, and composer Dorival Caymmi. Vinícius, together with his collaborator Toquinho, wrote and performed an evocative hymn to the bucolic village of the time.