Natal, brazil, sunset beach
On my trip to Brazil I made a stop in Natal to enjoy its spectacular beaches. It is one of the most important tourist destinations in Brazil and its nature and beaches fascinated me.
I had a great time in this place as in the rest of the country, my experience was very good. Here you eat very well and meat is what you eat the most.
Enjoy the charms of this city and its surroundings with me because it is a place to visit.
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The price I have to say is a little expensive but it’s worth it. You also have a lot of parties every day and I’m sure you’ll have a good time.
Enjoy with me
Natal is the capital of the state of Rio Grande do Norte, in the northeastern tip of Brazil. It is known for its large coastal sand dunes and the Forte dos Reis Magos. A Portuguese fortress of the sixteenth century in the form of a star located at the mouth of the Potengi River. To the north of the river, Genipabu is an area of large dunes with a freshwater lagoon. The Via Costeira highway connects a stretch of 15 km of beaches south of the fort.
The implementation of the Via Costeira (Coastal Highway), 10 km (6.2 miles) long avenue along the shore and the dunes. Was the true starting point for the beginning of tourist activity in the State in the 1980s. The main hotels are concentrated along Via Costeira. Beause natal has several tourist attractions and is known for its natural environment (such as the waters of Maracajaú and the largest cashew tree in the world). Also for its historical monuments and buildings (e.g. Forte dos Reis Magos, the Alberto Maranhão Theatre and Newton Navarro Bridge). Also for its beaches (such as Ponta Negra, Pipa and Genipabu) and also for its off-season carnival, the Carnatal. The city also boasts the second largest urban park in Brazil, the Natal Dunes State Park.
Natal, brazil, sunset beach
Ponta Negra is a famous beach and a neighborhood located in the Brazilian city of Natal in the state of Rio Grande do Norte. Another in the extreme south of the beach, is located in Morro do Careca (Bald Hill), a large dune. The extreme north, is located at Via Costeira (Coastal Way), a road in the middle of coastal dunes that connect the various beaches of the city. Consequently is completely urbanized and there are several points shops, restaurants, bars and night clubs.
Similarly the sand itself is lined with “tents”, or huts, that serve food and drinks to beachgoers day and night. So a common sight on the beach are “jangadas”, simple, multicolored, local fishing boats typical of northeastern Brazil. Finally the Via Costeira (Coastal Way) is a great avenue built next to the dunes of the city, including making the connection of several sunset beach in the state.