Arquitetura Nordestina has baroque buildings erected by the sugar society mark the starting point of the long and diverse path taken by Northeastern architecture over five centuries. On the balconies of the sobrados of old São Salvador there are memories of maidens from the times of the emperor,” sang Dorival […]
Tourism and travel guide of the Baturité Massif located in the central hinterland of Ceará, composed of the municipalities of Pacoti, Palmácia, Guaramiranga, Mulungu Aratuba, Capistrano, Itapiúna, Baturité, Aracoiaba, Acarape, Redenção, Barreira and Ocara.
Baturité is a Brazilian municipality in the state of Ceará. Distance from Fortaleza: 106 km. Access can be made by the highways: CE 060 / CE 356.
The green landscape and humid climate make the region one of the most popular destinations for weekends. With an average temperature ranging from 20ºC to 22ºC – and a minimum of 17ºC, the scenery has a small strip of Atlantic Forest transformed into an Environmental Protection Area, which makes the region very suitable for ecotourism.
The cultural importance of Baturité can be better evaluated through the set of historical buildings, monuments, urban and rural houses and its religious constructions.
In 1883 Baturité declared the emancipation of its slaves in a ceremony held in the old Culture Building where today the Municipal Health Secretariat is located. Baturité has three distinct climatic varieties: mountain range, where the municipality is located, and hinterland.
The mountain range occupies 40% of the municipality’s territory with an area of Atlantic forest where waterfalls and trails are a delight for visitors.
Another source of income in the municipality is tourism, with great potential, but which still needs to be better explored. Baturité has an APA (Environmental Protection Area) in the remnants of Atlantic Forest in the municipality, trails, waterfalls, areas suitable for adventure sports and a great cultural heritage spread throughout the city as museums, monuments and centenary buildings. Among these we can highlight.
The plastic arts in the northeast had external influences and information and help to build a genuinely Brazilian and local art – a process of appropriation and recreation that goes back to the colony. European artists who accompanied Maurício de Nassau during the occupation of Dutch Pernambuco (1630-54) are credited […]
Adding European, African and indigenous influences to an extraordinary abundance of spices and ingredients, the northeastern table offers immense surprises to the palate. The menu of Northeastern cuisine and cuisine present on the tables of the various states of Northeastern Brazil is abundant and varied. The fruits of the land […]
It is impossible to think about the culture of Brazil without considering the music and rhythms of the Northeast, the themes and inventiveness of Northeast music – a mix of influences in which tradition and renewal coexist. In all of Brazil, the Northeast is the region that most zealously preserves […]
The history of the northeast begins with the discovery of Brazil and the northeast owes its birth and development around the sugar society Ground zero of Brazilian history was in the northeast, the history of the northeast owes its birth and development to the sugar mill. Today, while carrying nurcas […]
The Northeast is the Brazilian region that receives the most tourists, from the country and abroad. The reasons are obvious: any corner of its immense coastline is capable of adorning the pages of tourism supplements and magazines. Here you will find the elements of the archetypal tropical paradise – blue […]
Maranhão presents a rich ecosystem composed of mangroves, beaches, rivers, waterfalls and a tropical desert. It also has the encounter between the ancient and the modern that characterizes Maranhão. In Maranhão there is a mix of baroque tiles and space technology, centenary houses and state-of-the-art spikes, bumba-meu-boi and reggae. History […]
Juazeiro do Norte is the largest city in the hinterland of Ceará and was founded in 1911 by Father Cícero Romão Batista, known and adored throughout the hinterland as “Padim Ciço”. The hinterland of Ceará is vast and rich for the people who live there and their religiosity and their […]
The mountains of Ceará and its mountain towns have a pleasant climate that varies from 17ºC to 22ºC, which attracts tourists from all over the world who seek tranquility as well as fresh air and contact with nature. The Sierras do Ceará, far from the coastal area, is marked by […]