Santo Antônio do Aracanguá (first part, Portuguese meaning "Saint Anthony", last part, Portuguese for "adventurer") is a town in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. It has 3,526 inhabitants and the area is 138 km². The elevation is 385 m. The municipality was elevated to a town in 1961 and was founded in 1962.
The origin of the final part of the name was named after an adventurer. The area in the 17th century was once controlled gold traffic in Minas Gerais.