Maceió is the capital of the State of Alagoas, northeastern Brazil. The nearest airport is 24 km.
The temperature is high throughout the year, the annual average ranges from 25° C to 29° c. From April to July are marked by the large volume of rainfall.
The city has 40 km of beaches that impress by the color of its waters ranging between blue and green depending on the tide. Maceió has the most beautiful coastline and illuminated in the Northeast.
Is the Pajuçara Beach leaving the rafts that carry tourists to the natural pools that have so many fish that even look like aquariums. The meeting point for surfers is in Cruz das Almas Beach which along with the hectic Ponta Verde beaches Jatiuca and complete the script of urban beaches.
Meet the beaches further away is one of the most sought after by visitors. French beach is well known for shaking the tents.
The de Paripueira has natural pools formed between the corals and is within the area of environmental preservation. Ipioca is deserted and has a restaurant walk in the sand. Guaxuma is preferred by young people who usually gather at the kiosks.
Jacarecica Beach stands out for its cliffs that make the visual becomes even more stunning. Other distant destinations of the capital that are worth knowing are Maragogi Beach in the region of the Gold Coast and the mouth of the Rio São Francisco, local environmental preservation.
The local cuisine is watered the seafood, especially the sururu, species of shellfish, which is used in various preparations. Tapioca with its sweet and savory fillings is the most kabobs popularity among tourists.
In addition to welcoming population, maintains the tradition of passing the art of lace production from generation to generation.
The city that displays the title of water paradise has all the necessary infrastructure so that all feel welcomed in its various hostels.
|Feb 19, 2017|