Discover paradise in Natal
A key international tourism destination, Natal is the capital of the Brazilian state of Río Grande do Norte. A large amount of its success is owed to its heavenly beaches, but it also has a wide range of nature sites, sports as well as historic and cultural heritage attractions to visit. The charm of passing through its streets will make you return.
Natal is commonly referred to as “The City of the Sun” so you can already imagine that the king star has a leading role in life there. Natal has a tropical wet climate and temperatures vary between a minimum of 20 degrees and a maximum of 30°C. The excellent climate means that water activities such as surfing, scuba diving, snorkelling and windsurfing are very popular.
Among the paradisiacal beaches you cannot miss out on Ponta Negra. It is without doubt the most popular beach thanks to the famous dune, the Morro do Gareca, that cuts through a hill covered in vegetation. You can also walk along the extensive promenade on Playa dos Artistas, thus named because of the amount of well-known people it attracted. If you are hoping to enjoy warm and clear water that will allow you to spot hundreds of fish then you should head to the beach in Maracajaú.
In addition to its beaches, Natal has attractions such as the Forte dos Reis Magos, a fortress built by the Portuguese in the Old Village District, the Mae Luisa Lighthouse, the Rampa hydroplane base; the Cascudo Memorial and the largest cashew tree in the world, the Cajueiro de Pirangi. Another place you cannot afford to miss out on is the Genipabu Dunes Tourism Park, where you can go on buggy or camel excursions or take a raft trip on the lagoon.
If you want to discover one of the most beautiful places in the world, you can fly directly from Sao Paulo or Río de Janeiro. Natal, with its beaches, culture and history awaits you with open arms.