This Boulevard was designed by French Architect and Landscaper Carlos Thays (1849 – 1934) during the Government of the Municipal Corporation Don Feliberto de Oliveira Cesar (1905). The boulevard is surrounded by grass, plants and flowers on the cliff where the wood observatories stand allowing a great view of the trees on Paseo Publico, the Nautical Club, the beach resort, the stream and the group of islands with their weeping willows caressing the river. At the end of the boulevard there are wooden constructions for kiddies.
On the way one finds the Via Crucis Amphitheatre with a great wooden cross indicating the end of this great religious construction, which begins at the foot of the cliffs. The Customs House building of beautiful architectural style stands here too from the beginning of the 20th Century as San Pedro exported a great deal of fruits and cereals.