This beach where the sun rises has calm waters and good structure of tents. It is possible also at the tip near the hill of Careca the practice of stand up paddle and canoeing. Easy access and with several hotels in the locality.
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This place is hoping with action but can seem abut scary in some areas by American standards. There are some very nice posadas (small hotels) that are available. The northern part is a little quieter at night. Lots of restaurants to choose from. If your...More
If you want enjoy Ponta Negra Beach beauties, you better go very early. So you can rent a stand up paddle board to interact with dolphins or you can just enjoy the stunning view. It's an unforgettable experience! And if you are hungry, you can...More
Also little and big turtles , sometimes Peixe Boi , Monkey and many kinds of birds in the Mata Atlantica of Morro do Careca , Don t understand the four stars , for the Restaurants?
We had many walks along the beach- one can buy all sorts of things to eat like crepes caipirinhas grilled cheese and Camaro ( shrimps)- look no further- beautiful swimming and easy to walk- nice vibe and shops across the way! Definitely recommend
Was walking back from the main strip towards our appartment(next to old five bar). I thought earlier that the boat area looked dodgy. Anyway passing the boats on the way back, 3 small men (one was no more than 14) approached me. They'd been hiding...More
One of the nicest urban beaches of Brazil! Definietly the best in Natal. Warm water all year long and nice waves. In some places good enough for surfing! The water is clear green but nor transparent, because of the waves of course. Great place to...More
The once beautiful Ponta Negra Beach is eroded by the high tides leaving very little space to lay on the sand. The available sand is monopolized by the vendors renting umbrellas, tables, chairs and lounges leaving no shaded areas for those who simply want to...More
Excellent beach, the jewel of the crown of Natal, has multiple bars, pousadas and restaurants. The beach is the best place to meet real nice people. Is the Copacabana of Natal