Best beaches in Brazil: Canoa Quebrada, a fishing village

Brazil has many beautiful beaches and some of them fairly are considered as the some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Today we are going in the state of Rio Grande do Norte where 164 km away from Fortaleza there is a small and poor fishing village called Canoa Quebrada or canoe route in English.

Canoa Quebrada

Canoa Quebrada

Natural Pool

Natural Pool

Sunbathing

Sunbathing

This small fishing village, nestled among the dunes and cliffs, has already entered the category of ”ex”! Ex unknown place, ex poorly attended with a growing popularity among tourists, Brazilians first and then International. Despite everything, Canoe Quebrada has not lost (yet) the character of a small village. Life here is so simple although during the night you can see many bars, restaurants, shops and its main street which is locally known as Broadway.

Canoa's Broadway

Canoa’s Broadway

Houses by the sea

Houses by the sea

The beach

The beach

Sea and sun in Canoe Route are declined not only for relaxing but also to physicaly exercise as there are many activities you can attend like ride a horse (or donkey for children), sailing, kite & windsurfing or even sandsurfing, taking advantage of the large sand dunes which flow into the ocean.

Enjoyig the beach

Enjoyig the beach

Endless beach

Endless beach

Paragliding

Paragliding

To those who are taking a nice direct flight to Fortalezza, we recommend the beach of Praia de Pipa or a cruise on the Amazon River.

Canoa Quebrada photos: whl.travel, s_rondineau, rod..

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