Fernando de Noronha Archipelago

The Fernando de Noronha Archipelago is very photogenic in its geographic features, marine fauna, beaches, history and the diversity of colors of the waters and on land or sea, the scenes captured on the islets are worthy of a postcard.

Geography of the Fernando de Noronha Archipelago

The archipelago of Fernando de Noronha, designated as an ecological sanctuary, is located 500 km off the coast of Recife and consists of 21 islands and islets, including Fernando de Noronha (15 km²), Rata, do Lucena, do Meio, Rasa, de S. José, Cuscus and Cabeluda, which are home to several animal and plant species, some even in the process of extinction.

It is also made up of volcanic rocks, steep on the back, as well as smaller rocks, occupying a total area of ​​26 km², having a mild climate and fertile soil.

The archipelago is very close to Rio Grande do Norte, being the closest place to there, there is an island you cannot miss: Noronha – with 3,5 thousand inhabitants and an extensive area of ​​environmental protection.

There are 21 islands in the Fernando de Noronha archipelago, but only this one can be visited by tourists.

There are also several beaches and bays there, which makes this place one of the most beautiful tourist routes in Brazil.

You can reach Noronha by plane – with a direct flight from Natal – or by sea cruise.

Tourism in Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha is one of the best places to dive, as it has one of the most beautiful marine parks.

There are several points for diving, for people more or less experienced in this practice.

You can also go boating and hiking with little or high physical effort.

Be sure to bring your camera.

Cinematic visuals, crystal-clear water beaches, diving with turtles, rays and even sharks.

In Fernando de Noronha you will be hooked not only by the exuberant beauty of the place, but also by the high level of its cuisine, with a clear emphasis on the seafood dishes.

The place also offers several accommodation options.

To enter the island you will need to pay an environmental preservation fee as a permanence fee.

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