Fortaleza has beautiful beach scenery, art, culture, shopping centres for regional handicrafts and a rich cuisine that mixes elements of the coast with those of the hinterland.

The tourist who arrives in Fortaleza will experience the climate and atmosphere typical of tropical areas.

Warmth, sun, sea, lots of fruit, vibrant colours and good-humoured people should temper the moments of those who arrive in the capital of Ceará to discover its beautiful landscapes.

Although it is a large urban centre with about 2.5 million people, the city preserves an essentially coastal lifestyle.

Tourism in Fortaleza

It is on the waterfront where everything happens.

This makes Fortaleza a simple city to decipher, which makes it much easier to prepare to enjoy its attractions.

Avenida Beira Mar, the postcard that connects the city’s most central beaches (Iracema, Meireles and Mucuripe), opens up day and night to be discovered in different ways.

It can be contemplated on walks or boat trips; savoured in its gastronomy that includes seafood, lobsters and fish; or appreciated in its handicrafts.

The region is also the one that concentrates the best accommodation structure in the city and is only 10 km from the Castelão Arena.

The strong winds that blow along Fortaleza’s waterfront make the scenery, besides being cooler, ideal for practising water sports such as sailing, windsurfing and kitesurfing.

And the flat terrain can be well used by those who enjoy running, cycling, skateboarding, rollerblading, or even playing basketball, volleyball and football on the various courts on the banks of Avenida Beira Mar.

Praia do Futuro, on the other hand, is the place both to enjoy the sun in comfort and to party at night.

When the sun goes down, its giant tents become a stage for humour shows and musical concerts.

Fortaleza is also the starting point for visiting the famous beaches around it, such as Canoa Quebrada, Cumbuco and Jericoacoara.

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