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a hidden paradise

Between the mouth of the Camaragibe and Manguaba rivers, on the north coast of Alagoas, lies a stretch of Brazilian coast where the sea water is warm and transparent, the landscape is framed by coconut trees and it is still possible to walk for kilometers without seeing anyone . A place where the full moon is born in the sea and manatees swim freely. Where colorful houses share the few features of civilization with small squares, with public televisions, well attended at the time of soap operas. Where the inns have Japanese bathtubs, chalets with private pools, and living rooms with wooden floors and lounge chairs (serving lime or lemongrass caipirinhas). Where restaurants serve seafood and fish trays on chestnut crusts. 

São Miguel dos Milagres
The sea is beautiful and the cars have direct access to the beach, which can mean more movement. It is also the starting point for excursions.
Praia do Toque
Well reserved, it has calm waters and is always empty. Small boats take walks to the beautiful natural pools that form 1 km from the beach when the tide goes out.
Porto da Rua
One of the few beaches with infrastructure in the region (with stalls and simple restaurants).

The best of Maceió
To take a bath
In the capital of Alagoas, where the flights that give access to the Costa dos Corais arrive, the seashore is dotted with coconut trees. The best and most beautiful urban beaches are neighboring Ponta Verde and Pajuçara, with calm waters, protected by reefs.

The fever of the beach stalls
Going to the beach, in Maceió, is synonymous with going to a beach stand. Always very busy, they have a gourmet menu and lounge chairs, DJs and catamarans that take you to the natural pools. On the urban coast, the most beloved posts are Lopana and Kanoa, in Ponta Verde. To the north there are other famous ones that cause a real pilgrimage during the summer. At the Angra de Ipioca condominium, the Hibiscus stall even offers massages; more alternative is Milk with a nice garden.

A rooted Peruvian
Long before the ceviche wave spread across Brazil, chef Simone Bert was already preparing the special recipes she learned from her Peruvian mother-in-law at Wanchako restaurant. Apart from ceviches and tiraditos, there are good dishes with octopus and fish.

  • Duration

    2-5 days

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  • Tour Type

    Private Tour

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