Wind Farm, Galinhos: the winds that cool the sunny days in the Northeast also make giant wind turbines turn.
Praia do Cardeiro: kitesurfers and windsurfers gather in the region, which has perfect winds and warm waters.
Praia da Lagoa do Sal: take a 4x4 ride to arrive at the top of the highest dune at sunset – a movie-like scene.
Praia de Tourinhos: only accessible by a dirt road, it’s one of the most isolated (and preserved) beaches in the region.
Praia de Monte Alegre: filled with natural pools, this beach is located on the border between São Miguel do Gostoso and Touros.
Praia de Touros: neighboring São Miguel do Gostoso, this paradisiacal beach has turquoise blue waters.
Farol do Calcanhar: also known as Farol de Touros, it’s the "elbow of Brazil": here, the coast is no longer a north-south line, becoming an east-west line.
Siri Paraíso Hotel: located halfway between Touros and Maracajaú, this hotel serves some delicious seafood.
Praia de Galinhos: located around 90 minutes from São Miguel do Gostoso, the peninsula is a stretch of sand home to some 2,000 people.
Praia de Galinhos: on a boat ride, you can visit such places as a mangrove, a salt mountain and a lagoon surrounded by dunes.
Praia de Galinhos: it’s possible to take buggy rides on the impressive local dunes.
Praia de Galinhos: another way to explore the region is by taking a horse-drawn carriage ride.
Maracajaú: known as “parrachos,” the coral reef protects colorful animals in the turquoise blue waters, making this a perfect spot for diving.
Punaú River: you can bathe in the water, which is surrounded by dunes and coconut trees.
Punaú River: the unforgettable sunset there is worth the wait.
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