Pacatuba is a Brazilian municipality in the state of Sergipe. The beautiful history of the foundation of the municipality of Pacatuba, 116 kilometres from Aracaju, would deserve a separate study. As historians say about the lands that make up this municipality, it is settled on a vast plateau. Pacatuba is a […]
Sergipe has attractive prices and a combination of natural beauty and historical treasures, such as Laranjeiras, São Cristóvão and the São Francisco river canyon.
Located in the north-eastern region of the country, Sergipe is a pleasant surprise in national tourism, thanks to its natural beauty, culture and history.
The average annual temperature of the state is 26ºC, an excellent reason to splash around in the warm waters of the Sergipe coast.
The beaches do not have the same hype as the beaches of other northeastern states, but they are rich in infrastructure and variety of tours, which even in high season are usually very affordable.
The Aracaju waterfront is very well maintained, especially Atalaia beach, which has an extensive and safe cycle path, kiosks and sports courts.
Nearby is the Passarela do Caranguejo, a place full of bars and restaurants offering the best of Sergipe cuisine.
Also in Aracaju, tourists should visit the Oceanarium maintained by the TAMAR project, which aims to protect sea turtles and other species.
Sergipe reserves cultural attractions in the cities of São Cristóvão and Laranjeiras, small towns that reveal through architecture and handicrafts a little of the state’s history.
And to delve even deeper, head to the Museum of the Sergipana People, where a permanent exhibition reveals the festivals, gastronomy and culture of the Sergipano with a lot of technology and creativity.
In the interior of Sergipe, near the border with Alagoas, you will find the region of the Delta of the São Francisco River, a place with white sand dunes, coconut trees and natural pools.
In the city of Canindé de São Francisco, you will find the Xingó Canyon, the 5th largest navigable flooded canyon in the world.
Through it the tourist enjoys a unique look, a true oasis in the middle of the northeastern hinterland, composed of reddish and grey granite rocks on the slope, in addition to the different species of birds and reptiles and caatinga vegetation. It is possible to take boat, schooner and catamaran trips to admire the place.
Sergipe is truly amazing, as there are few places that make it possible to enjoy stunning landscapes, beaches, rivers, canyons and mountains, rich culture, historic cities and sun all year round. And Sergipe provides all this to its visitors.
Xingó Canyon, on the border between Sergipe and Alagoas, is one of the greatest natural wonders of the Northeast, located 200 kilometers from the capital Aracaju. Considered the fifth largest canyon in the world and the largest navigable canyon, the site has beautiful rocky walls carved naturally, with the action […]
The beaches of the southern coast of Sergipe, about 163 km long between the mouth of the São Francisco River to the north and the Rio Real to the south, still retain many of its beaches practically wild. There are 15 main beaches that make up the Sergipe coast: Praia […]
Parque dos Falcões is a park dedicated to birds of prey and an attraction in Itabaiana, Sergipe. Falcons, hawks, caracara and owls undergo rehabilitation on site. In the Serra de Itabaiana, tourists visit waterfalls and hike in the forest. Those who choose Sergipe as a tourist route cannot miss Itabaiana, […]
Croa do Goré Island is a small island of white sand that appears with the movement of the tide. Croa do Goré Island is located in the Vaza-Barris River, between the municipalities of Aracaju, São Cristóvão and Itaporanga d’Ajuda, Crôa do Goré is one of the attractions of the region […]
Ponta dos Mangues in Sergipe is perfect for those seeking tranquility and sea bathing, it is part of the Santa Isabel biological reserve and the reserve was created 25 years ago to preserve the ecosystem. Ponta dos Mangues beach is part of the Santa Isabel biological reserve, an environmental preservation area. The beach […]
The south coast of Sergipe offers beautiful beaches with white sand dunes, lagoons and coconut trees and among the most visited are Caueira, Abaís and Saco. At Saco beach, after crossing the Piquitinga and Real rivers, you reach the famous Mangue Seco. This region is known as Costa das Dunas […]
Santa Luzia Island in the municipality of Barra dos Coqueiros are located the beaches of Atalaia Nova, da Costa and Jatobá 1 km from Aracajú, separated only by the Sergipe River. There are also mangroves, rivers and the Atlantic Ocean, the municipality Barra dos Coqueiros has landscapes that leave any […]
Pitambu is located on the north coast of Sergipe, in a region known as the Mangrove Coast, the city of Pirambu is one of the most visited in the state. With a privileged location, at the mouth of the Japaratuba River, bathed by the Pomonga River and the Atlantic Ocean, […]
In the southern tip of Sergipe, near the border with Bahia, we find the most beautiful beach in the state. Saco Beach or Boa Viagem Beach, as it is also known, is located in the municipality of Estância, 68 km from the capital, Aracaju. With a small cove of 5 […]
Canindé do São Francisco is located 198 kilometres from Aracaju, the city, which is on the border of Sergipe, Alagoas and Bahia, and the main departure base for the tour boats that travel through the São Francisco canyon. The viewpoint of the Xingó Hydroelectric Plant and the Archaeological Museum, which […]
São Cristóvão, former capital of Sergipe, one of the oldest cities in the country, dates from 1590. Listed by IPHAN in 1939, São Cristovão, like Salvador, developed according to the Portuguese urban model, marked by the division into an upper city (where the civil and religious powers were installed) and a […]
Laranjeiras, a 23 quilometros de Aracaju, foi fundada em 1594. In 1701, the Jesuits built the chapel of Santo Antonio and the first residence of the order, known as Retiro, on the site where the city was born. Listed by IPHAN, the complex is located about 1 km from the […]
Aracaju was built to be the capital of the then province, replacing São Cristovão and founded in 1855. Aracaju means cashew tree of the parrots, a word composed of the elements: ará = parrot and acayú = fruit of the cashew tree. This interpretation is widely used, although there are […]
Sergipe is the smallest of the Brazilian states and is an invitation to tourism for at least two reasons: the attractive prices and the combination of natural beauty and historical treasures. The state of Sergipe lies in the Northeast region between the states of Bahia and Alagoas. Sergipe once belonged […]