Dunas de Marapé is the municipality of Jequiá da Praia, 65 km from Maceió, with a population of 15 thousand inhabitants. The name Jequiá da Praia comes from an Indian origin meaning “basket with many fish”. Bathed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Jequiá, Jacarecica and Azeda lagoons, Jequiá da […]
The north coast of Alagoas has paradisiacal beaches and natural pools in São Miguel dos Milagres, Barra de Santo Antonio, Maragogi and Japaratinga.
Tourism on the north coast of Alagoas
With approximately 300 km of extension surrounded by a natural barrier built thousands of years ago by corals on the north coast of Alagoas, the fantastic Ecological Route.
Costa dos Corais (Coral Coast) is located on the north coast of Alagoas and attracts tourists looking for deserted beaches with warm waters, quality gastronomy, comfort of rustic inns by the sea and ecologically sustainable tourism.
The north coast region, which begins a few kilometres from Maceió and ends at the border with Pernambuco, contains the second largest reef bank in the world, second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
At low tide it is possible to swim in the hundreds of natural pools, all alongside a huge variety of fish.
The north coast of Alagoas has been preserved thanks to the route of the Alagoas coastal road, which takes a diversion inland at Barra de Santo Antônio and only returns to the coast at Maragogi.
The little more than 40 km of beaches between Barra de Camaragibe and Japaratinga are served by a secondary road, with a stretch of tarmac (to Porto de Pedras), a ferry (to cross the Manguaba River between Porto de Pedras and Japaratinga) and a stretch that alternates between a dirt road and cobblestones (in Japaratinga).
Tourist Guide to the Coral Coast in Alagoas
Whether on a holiday trip or a long weekend, the beaches of Ceará have impressive beauties and everything to guarantee your fun. We have selected the 18 best beaches in Fortaleza for you to include in your itinerary! Those who enjoy the coast know that the Northeast of Brazil is […]
Maceió and its surroundings, is an excellent travel destination, because in addition to having beautiful beaches, it also has an infrastructure of a big city. In Maceió you can enjoy incredible landscapes, with beaches and exuberant nature, but at the same time be in contact with the urban world. Those […]
The paradisiacal scenery of Barra Grande beach is all you need for your next vacation. Destination of many Brazilians who love to sunbathe in front of the sea, the north coast of Alagoas draws attention for its spectacular landscapes. There are beaches often compared to the Caribbean and the best […]
The state of Ceará has a small Canyon on the Salgado River in the vicinity of the town of Lavras da Mangabeira. Salgado River Canyon or Boqueirão is with two large rocky walls and cut by the main tributary of the South of Ceará, the Boqueirão, in Lavras da Mangabeira, […]
Maragogi, Japaratinga, Porto das Pedras and São Miguel dos Milagres belong to Costa dos Corais in the north coast of Alagoas and has vast coconut groves, beautiful beaches of fine sand, a sea of warm waters inhabited by extensive coral reefs and, of course, sun… lots of sun. The municipalities […]
Maceió, the capital of Alagoas, is bathed by lagoons and a sea that mixes turquoise blue and emerald green. The name Maceió has a Tupi origin, its name means “what covers the swamp”. Historians claim that the capital of the State of Alagoas was born from a old sugar mill, […]
Rota Turística or Costa dos Corais on the north coast of Alagoas has the second largest reef bank in the world and attracts tourists looking for deserted beaches with warm waters, quality gastronomy, comfort of rustic inns by the sea and ecologically sustainable tourism. The Tourist Route in Alagoas is […]
Icó is a Brazilian municipality in the state of Ceará and is a living architectural record of the past. The city of Icó was the third village installed in Ceará and has an architectural site dating from the 18th century; The city is a living architectural record of the past. […]
Quixadá is a municipality in Ceará and is 175 km from Fortaleza, belongs to the Mesoregion of the Sertões Cearenses and the micro-region of the Sertão de Quixeramobim. It is the largest in the central hinterland, with a population of 100,000. Quixadá is known as the university city of the […]
In Ceará tourists from all over the world come to enjoy the practice of extreme and adventure sports such as ecotourism, kitesurfing, hang gliding and paragliding. When you think of Ceará, the state’s 573 km of coastline automatically comes to mind, with its warm green waters and 300 days of […]
The Nine Islands are a fluvial-marine archipelago located in the Mundaú Lagoon, Metropolitan Region of Maceió. For those who are thinking of going to Maceió in Alagoas, one of the most sought after tours by tourists is the tour through the Nine Islands Archipelago. The boarding is in Pontal da […]
The Rota das Falésias or Cliff Route in Ceará has more than 200 kilometers of beach, on one side is the sea and on the other, the walls of sand that provides unforgettable walks. Who has never heard of the beach of Canoa Quebrada, in Ceará? Its beautiful beaches of […]
Beaches of Maceió are famous for the greenish waters, natural pools of Pajuçara, Ponta Verde with coconut trees and has the most beautiful waterfront in Brazil. Maceió has one of the most beautiful coastlines in Brazil, with several urban, rough, trendy and quiet beaches. The city of Maceió is also […]
The Emotions Route unites the Lençóis Maranhenses, in Maranhão, the Parnaíba Delta, in Piauí, and Jericoacoara, in Ceará, in a single trip. Rota das Emoções in the northeast is to face a dirt road in a 4×4 vehicle, take a chance on windsurfing, face the rise and fall of the […]
The north coast of Alagoas is known as the Coral Coast, it has the second largest coral reef in the world. There are 130 km highlighted by the green of the coconut trees and the intense blue of the sea. The exuberance of the natural pools and biodiversity of marine […]