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Jericoacoara Beach

Jericoacoara, Jijoca de Jericoacoara, State of Ceara 62598-973, Brazil
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This place is a small town 4 hours from Fortaleza, this is my third time and many more to come... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fernanda P
via mobile
Beach facing Jericoacoara village

This beach has shallow waters both high and low tide. Moderate temperature and very clean. You... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Angela P
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“Beach facing Jericoacoara village ”
Jericoacoara, Jijoca de Jericoacoara, State of Ceara 62598-973, Brazil
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This place is a small town 4 hours from Fortaleza, this is my third time and many more to come. Literally is Paradise, fun and lots relax. Many hotels and restaurants all nearby , walk distance. As a woman one big recommendation, you only need...More

Thank Fernanda P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This beach has shallow waters both high and low tide. Moderate temperature and very clean. You don't have to walk far if you're staying anywhere in Jericoacoara, the village is small so everything is maximum 20 mins walking distance.

Thank Angela P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is a relaxing beach. The dunes off to the left are fun to walk and you can also rent a dune buggy if that is desired.

Thank jbscram
Reviewed April 3, 2017

Must See ex-Hippie Village, next to Praia which is good for kitesurfing. Lots of Brazilian tourists from Southern Brazil.

Thank lou s
Reviewed March 31, 2017 via mobile

My first time in Brazil, and in this place. It is like the life has no change, so easy and quitly. We were 3 girls and this place is like in paridise. Like in a dream. You must go and see. If you go to...More

Thank עדי פ
Reviewed March 29, 2017

The beach is a nice extension of sand where you could be relaxing without feeling in a crowdy place, the water is warm and nice for swimming, kids really enjoy this beach and it does not have big waves and is safe to swim. The...More

Thank Sonia C
Reviewed March 28, 2017 via mobile

A nice beach with some restaurant options offering chairs and sun loungers. In the morning when the tide is low, you have to walk a lot to get to the water but it's a relaxing place to spend the day on the beach. Just don't...More

Thank Mércia F
Reviewed March 16, 2017 via mobile

Fantastic venders, any food you can think of is sold. Pão de queijo, milho, salada de frutas, sanduíches, brownies, coxinhas... its great! Grab a chair and umbrella early and just relax. Bring cash as they don't accept cards. The sea does retract really far during...More

Thank Kerry M
Reviewed February 28, 2017

easily one of my favorite places in the world! it's not the easiest to reach, but definitely worth the bumpy ride. Yes, it is touristy but with good reasons - watch the sun go down and kiss the ocean - simply stunning!

Thank PatchInMyBackpack
Reviewed February 14, 2017

Allegedly this is one of the world's most beautiful beaches... but it's not just the beach! The whole resort is wrapped in the dunes surrounding the town; the streets are sandy gaps between the lines of bars, restaurants and shops, all leading down to the...More

Thank phicox
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Hi, was wondering about the danger of Zika virus if flying into Fortaleza and the going to Jericoacoara beach? I'm not pregnant now but want to stay safe. Thank you for your advise.
August 11, 2016|
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Response from Roberta O | Reviewed this property |
Brazilian Northeast is the one with most cases of zica, specially big cities as Fortaleza. Now is dry season there, this can lower the risks. In Jericoacoara I don't think you'll have any issue with that. I went there in... More
How can I get there? Which is the best way? Thanks!!!
October 21, 2015|
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Response from FortalezaBeachescom | Reviewed this property |
Hi Marie Gerardo here in Fortaleza! Jericoacoara is quite far from Fortaleza about 320 kms and there are many options from small bus to helicopter and we work with all of them. Enter in contact with Fortaleza Beaches on... More
Constanza M
Hola! queria saber si alguien contrató el Servicio de Fretcar a traves de la pagina web (traslado de Fortaleza a Jericoacoara)? Porque a mi solo me habilita poner como punto de embarque "Rodoviaria" y yo quiero subir en el Aeropuerto de Fortaleza. Alguien sabe si comprando desde Rodoviaria a Jericoacoara puedo utilizarlo para salir desde el aeropuerto? Saludos!!
May 2, 2017|
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Response from GriseldaAArgentina | Reviewed this property |
Hola!!! El transporte oficial es FRETCAR TRANSPORTES RODOVIARIOS, hay una oficina en la Av. Beira Mar, cerca del Paseo del Artesanato, y otra en el aeropuerto. El micro se toma frente a la oficina, después para en el... More
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