Located exactly halfway between Recife and Maceió, Maragogi is about 175 kilometers away from them and is a perfect destination for those who want to visit those cities, two of the most beautiful and famous capitals in Northeastern Brazil.
Known for its warm clear waters, Maceió is considered one of the most beautiful capitals in the entire Northeastern Brazil. There are dozens of beaches all over the city’s coastline, ensuring plenty of options to enjoy the local nature.
One of the most important tips is to visit the natural pools in Pajuçara. They are located a few kilometers away from the sand strip, so you can take a lovely raft ride and enjoy a stunning view of the city.
Sereia Beach, to the north of the city, has a special charm, having inspired several popular songs, “Maceió, minha sereia” (“Maceió, my mermaid”) being the most famous one. The name comes from a mermaid statue that sits on the beach’s reef, which combined with its stunning scenery, decorates the place. You can also have a great view of the beach from a viewpoint just north to the beach entrance.
Known for its several restaurants and handicraft fairs, Ponta Verde Beach is the most striking feature of the urban seaside. It’s worth a visit by all tourists and admirers. On Sundays you can enjoy a nice bike ride along Beira Mar Avenue, which is closed to cars and open to pedestrians and cyclists only.
Going further north, near the border with Paripueira, you’ll find Ipioca Beach, where Salinas de Maceió is located. That’s a beach with calm clear waters, where natural pools form on the shore at low tide.
Garça Torta Beach and Pajuçara Beach also deserve to be mentioned, for their landscape and natural beauty.
Here at Salinas do Maragogi, you can book a tour to Maceió directly at the resort, and visit the beautiful capital of Alagoas, with all the comfort and security.
Want more tips on Maceió? You can also go to Salinas de Maceió’s website for more information.
Built with classic lines, the Metropolitan Cathedral stands out for its history. The Cathedral features seemingly simple lines, but, because D. Pedro II visited it on its foundation day or even because of the suggestion that it may have been designed by Grandjean de Montigny, it offers attractions to be appreciated by a good explorer. Maceió is a lot more than beaches and handicraft.
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The lagoons in Maceió are very beautiful and amaze us all the time. They seem large sea expanses. It’s worth visiting.
A series of nice beaches to visit. The beaches on the capital’s coastline are stunningly beautiful.
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