The landscape metrics allow inferring ecological dynamics, so they can be used as indicators in the conservation planning of forest remnants. However, few studies analyze the landscape at different spatial scales in order to compare its effect on metrics. In this context, this study aimed to characterize the landscape of the Paraíba Valley and North Coast Metropolitan Region and the city of Campos do Jordão, through four landscape metrics. The potential of the MapBiomas product was also evaluated after compatibilization of the legend, even with different spatial scales of analysis. We observed that, in metropolitan scale, the Agricultural Use is predominant and presents a high fragmentation of the forest classes. That dynamic was inverse in municipal scale which presents a Conservation Unit that preserves and restore the forest remnants of Atlantic Forest. A different spatial scale analysis assists to understand the municipality dynamic in relation to the Metropolitan Region.