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The Praiamar Natal Hotel & Convention is located in the best area of Natal, seafront of Ponta Negra, internationally renowned for warm water cove, which has the background the Bald Hill, most famous postcard of Natal. The hotel is also close to the best bars, restaurants and pubs of the city. Only in Praiamar Natal Hotel & Convention you will find a number of advantages, not to mention exclusive promotions, unique packages and special rates that we have for you.
Opened in 1997, the Praia Shopping is a young project, but with a history of success. With it, the area south of Natal won a major hub of shopping, services and leisure. The mall has seven theaters, including 3D technology, the complex Moviecom. Additionally, you will find calls bank and a food court with brands like Habib's, Casa do Pão de Queijo, Giraffas and Bebelu, among other delicacies. The nearby beach is still one of the most beautiful postcards of Brazil, the Bald Hill.
Contrary to general opinion at the time, saying that Natal does not entail a project of this size, the Guararapes transformed a plot on Avenida Bernardo Vieira in a major consumption centers of the Northeast and Brazil. Opened in April 2005, the mall has since Midway Mall printing new consumption habits in the population of Rio Grande do Norte. In 2010, the third floor was completed with finesse, ending the expansion with the opening of expected Teatro Riachuelo, one of the largest in the Northeast.
Situated along the BR-101, Natal Shopping opened in 1992 as the first town shopping and changed, forever, the habit and consumption behavior of an entire population. Respected by society as traditional, familiar, warm and safe, 52% of consumers attending their Natal shopping once a week, being the preferred shopping Classes A and B.
The mall has 102 stores in 36 thousand square meters spread over two floors and an area of 27 thousand square meters for parking, which offers 1,200 spaces. Comprises one of the most beautiful views of the city, the River Potengi with the South Zone of the city in the background, across a huge wall of glass in their food court with 20 stores and capacity for a thousand seats.
Ponta Negra beach is the most famous and trendy urban Natal. It is also considered one of the most beautiful in the country, against the backdrop of the Bald Hill, the main symbol and tourist postcard of the city. The dune 120 meters tall is closed to visitors. Therefore, it is forbidden to climb the Bald Hill in the preservation of the forest sandbank and also not to sand down and consequently decrease the height of the hill.
The Newton Navarro Bridge, known as Bridge All brought, among its many benefits, the realization of a true tourist spot. She shortened distances, approached the North Zone and the South Zone has brought new life to the romantic and serene design Potengi River. The Newton Navarro bridge, which honors an important artist RN, was inaugurated in December 2007. At the time it was politically baptized as the "Bridge All".
Praça Augusto Severo, s/n - Ribeira, Natal - RN 59012-380, Brasil
The Alberto Maranhão Theater monument is listed by the Historical and Artistic Heritage of Rio Grande do Norte. Its construction began in 1898, following plant engineer José de Berredo in Government Ferreira Chaves, under the direction of Major Theodosius Paiva. In 1957, with the Theatre of the municipality, the Mayor of Natal, Djalma Maranhão, has changed its name to Alberto Maranhão Theater. Fundación José Augusto initiated a new reform in June 1988, including dressing rooms, meeting hall, garden, audience and stage, seeking to restore it under the technical supervision of the Coordinator of the Historical and Artistic Heritage of the State.
The Fortaleza dos Reis Magos, popularly known as the Forte dos Reis Magos, was the starting point of the city - founded on December 25, 1599 - on the right side of the bar Potengi (today near the Ponte Newton Navarro). It was named according to the date of commencement of its construction, January 6, 1598, Epiphany, the Catholic calendar. Visiting hours: Daily - 8:00 am to 16:30. Rate of R $ 3.00 (full price) and £ 1.50 (student).
The Parque das Dunas is a mixture of natural beauty in the heart of Natal and of course the Soleil Suite Hotel could not fail to disclose that beautiful attractive. The Bosque Valentine, public sector use the Parque das Dunas is a beautiful tourist program to be done in Natal. It is suitable for all ages and trends. Open Tuesday to Sunday, from 8 to 18h, and the ticket is symbolic R$ 1. Visiting the park, one learns much about the geological formation of the dunes of Natal and wildlife in the Brazilian forests. The park offers guided hikes through the woods, with different routes and lengths
In Coastal Highway, within the Park of Dunas, where they are almost 10km linking the Black Sand Beach, Center, Ponta Negra, south is the Convention Center. Located in a privileged area of the city of Natal, flanked by two-way integration. Designed to host Symposia, Conferences, Seminars, Meetings, Artistic Events , fairs and Exhibitions, the Convention Center is near the Praiamar Natal, only 2.8 km distant, bars, beaches, shopping, biking, travel agencies, rental between other services.
The Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte originates from the University of Rio Grande do Norte, created on June 25, 1958, by state law, and federalized on December 18, 1960. Currently, UFRN offers 84 undergraduate courses, nine undergraduate distance and 86 postgraduate courses. His academic community consists of more than 37,000 students (undergraduate and graduate), 3,146 technical and administrative staff and 2000 effective teachers, and substitute teachers and visitors.
Born as a University of Natal, the UERN is now a University of Rio Grande do Norte. Or more than that: it is a university in the Northeast. Students from various northeastern states, especially Ceará and Paraíba, flock to his courses. Founded in 1968 as the City University, the UERN is present today, directly, with their advanced campuses and centers of higher education in 17 cities of Rio Grande do Norte. Are six campuses, including the Central Campus in Natal, the second largest city in the state, and 11 cores.
UNIVERSITY POTIGUAR - UNP maintained by Potiguar Society for Education and Culture - APEC, is headquartered in Natal and integrates the Federal Education. As a professional trainer, the UNP has a firm commitment to citizenship, based on ethical, social, cultural and professional. And this commitment drives the development and practice of their institutional design and the pedagogical projects offering.
The University Center Rio Grande do Norte (RN-UNI) is to sponsor the League of Education of Rio Grande do Norte. Nonprofit, dedicated exclusively for educational purposes, the League was established in July 23, 1911, with the founding Castriciano Henrique de Souza, educator and writer of great merit. On April 28, 1997 was created to Natal's Faculty Development in Rio Grande do Norte - UNI-RN. Thus, the UNI-RN was officially installed on February 25, 1999. Initially, the UNI-RN offered 04 undergraduate courses. Are currently offered 08 undergraduate and graduate courses "sensu lato".
Founded on November 20, 2003, the company Siara Rent a Car has locations mission is to ensure effective and free from disorder, providing adequate and safe vehicles, as well as differentiated services and special in order to retain and attract new customers. Thus contributing to the comfort and well being of clients with efficiency and friendliness. The company works with a fleet of new and reliable.
Founded on April 22, 1981, the Club Employee Petrobras aims to generate leisure, entertainment, sporting and cultural practice for its members and also stimulate the integration with similar organizations and the community. Encourage the spirit of harmony and solidarity among members, and to promote and ensure the good image of PETROBRAS in the community where it operates. And provide a quality service to its members. CEPE own water park, sand court, games room, party room and tennis court hall.
The most famous beach in Natal, Ponta Negra is located in the district of the same name. With about 4 km long, the beach is at its extreme south a major Natal postcards, the Bald Hill. Both on the beachfront and in the main streets and avenues of the neighborhood of Ponta Negra, you will find great bars and restaurants, nightclubs, shopping centers, crafts, coffee and much more for your relaxation and enjoyment.
With approximately 10 km in length, this is a beach of great beauty and tranquility. With a good stretch of golden sand, Own Mar slightly agitated, with good waves, especially when windy. It is a good choice for a relaxing day or a good walk. The Coastal Highway, which runs the beach, is an expressway that connects the beaches of Ponta Negra and Artists.
Located in the district of the same name, Areia Preta is also known as "Miami Beach" because Americans settled there a military base at the time of World War II. It is also this beach that you can see the Mae Luiza Lighthouse on top of the dunes of the Parque das Dunas. Its sand is dark and the scenery is composed of rocks.
Five minutes from downtown Natal, Praia dos Artistas presents high waves and good for surfing. Its bustling waterfront, traversed by several bars and restaurants, attracts visits from tourists around the world.
The last urban beach Natal is a favorite for families who have children, to be pretty quiet with calm seas and clear waters. Praia do Forte has some kiosks serving snacks and drinks, and also quite sought to practice windsurfing. There you will also find one of the main sights of the city, Fortaleza dos Reis Magos.
Located 21 km from the center of Natal, Cotovelo Beach is accessed via the Route of the Sun, and the second largest beach in the southern coastal. Cotovelo consists of cliffs and is great for swimming when it is at the low tide. One of the first beaches vacationers Natal, has good structure restaurants, ideal for those who want to rest, because there is a lot of exciting night.
The river of the same name Pirangi divides the beach in North and South Pirangi The north side has calm waters, ideal for water sports. It is there that we find the world's Biggest Cashew, established as obligatory point of tourist visitation. Near the coast (500 m) have the natural pools, which can be visited by boat ride. In summer, when the night comes, visitors take to the streets to talk, play and enjoy themselves in restaurants, bars and shows. Pirangi South have calm waters, excellent for families.
With open sea waters and revolts, the Beach Búzios is one of the most attract surfers on the south coast. Contrasting with the force of the waves, there is a cove situated between the beach Pirangi and Búzios, named Pirambuzios, calm waters that are an attractive to parents with small children and practicing sports such as windsurfing and kite surfing.
Mixed beach cove, surrounded by reefs that bar the waves and form "pools" in the highest tide, and the open sea, great Tabatinga is good for bathing and pleasant walks and the sand during low tide. From the top of Lookout Dolphin, you can have a beautiful view of the beach in Buzios and late in the afternoon, the dolphins that come to shore in search of play and schools of fish. The Lookout also has a good structure restaurant, toilets and showers. There can also watch your bobbin lace makers doing the balconies of their houses.
The beach in Tibau do Sul or Barra, is divided by the movement of the ferry that transports buqueiros and tourists. The calm waters and shallow pond Guaraíras, mixed with warm water of the Atlantic Ocean provide the perfect entertainment for children. With its white sands and fluffy, coconut trees, rocks and cliffs, the beach is also visited by surfers. The rustic huts provide shade and fresh water.
Recognized internationally, Pipa is a destination for those visiting the Natal. The beach, which was originally a fishing village, has a landscape formed by cliffs, clear, calm and warm, and lots of greenery. The central beach, where are the bars of the waterfront, is quieter, with few waves. To the south, you will come to love the beach, open sea and strong waves - the point of surfers. To the north, lies the Dolphin Bay, a small cove where the dolphins are close to the beach in search of shoals of fish and stand side by side with the swimmers. Pipa's nightlife is bustling, with the animation of the bars, restaurants and nightclubs. The modern and rustic are in Pipa faced us with shopping malls, restaurants and French fishermen with their rafts, barefoot, grocery and camping on the beach.
One of the most beautiful beaches of the south coast, Barra Cunhaú is endowed with a wild beauty and peaceful with its mangroves, coves and waters darker, half green. Propitious for a refreshing swim in the sea, the Barra Cunhaú has great restaurants and adds to your landscape a wide area of shrimp farming.
Next the border of Rio Grande do Norte with Paraíba, the beach of Baía Formosa has transparent sea. Depending on the depth of coral reefs and existing flagstones, sometimes the ocean is light blue, light green is now. Along the waterfront, you'll find three most significant rivers: Guaju (on the border with Paraíba), Sagi and river Cunhaú. In Baia Formosa is the largest reserve of the Atlantic Forest still preserved RN, the Atlantic Star, with an area of over 2000 hectares. Tours and visitations are restricted, as it is a private reserve Natural Heritage listed by state. In Woods Araraquara the pond is an attractive apart, with its dark waters that the natives believe they have medicinal powers and rejuvenating.
One of the most traditional beaches of Natal, Redinha is the gateway to the northern coast and where the river empties Potengi. Divided on the Old and the New, the beach has ample structure restaurants and shacks by the sea. To reach the Redinha there are two options: the bridge Igapó in the northern area of the city, or the Newton Navarro Bridge, also known as Fort-Redinha. Part of the beach is calm and another stronger waves. The Redinha is famous for ginga with tapioca public market.
Located just 25 km from downtown Natal, on the north coast of the state, Genipabu beach is one of the main cards of Rio Grande do Norte. His white dunes are considered the highest in the country, and freshwater ponds complete the landscape that looks more like an oasis amidst the desert. The beach is also the destination itineraries buggy ride. Another highlight is the ride in exotic camels. The food, crafts and adventure sports are other attractions that make Genipabu one of the five most visited destinations of Rio Grande do Norte.
With its calm waters, soft sand and thin, palm trees and sand dunes, Pitangui is a typical beach fishing and also a favorite for vacationers, with a good structure restaurants. In the lagoon of the same name, the fun is going down the sand hills practicing Tyrolean (overhead), in addition to kayaking and paddle boating. This beach is also required in the script buggy thanks to its beautiful dunes and their ponds.
Surrounded by reefs that turn it into the cove, leaving the sea without waves, calm and good for swimming, Jacumã stands out for its unique beauty. But the big attraction is the lagoon of the same name, the script required buggy, with the famous aerobunda. To practice aerobunda, and need a little courage, the visitor will have to cross the pond hung on steel cables from the top to the other side. Much like a clothesline. The finale is an exciting landing on water
With their rafts aportadas on white sands and palm trees by the sea, Maracajaú is a small fishing village that still retains its original features, forming a paradise setting. The tropical climate aired by breezes complete the divers' paradise. But the main attraction of this beach is the famous diving in parrachos, distant about 7 miles offshore.
It is in the town of Touros found ground zero of the BR 101, located in the largest Latin American lighthouse, the Lighthouse Heel, which was designed by architect Oscar Niemeyer. The city has beautiful beaches, which represent the change of the coastline north and east of Brazil. The cornerstone of the Touros, dated 1501, is one of the first records Portuguese in Brazil, considered a National Historic Landmark. The Touros beach beyond excited is quite beautiful, with a landscape full of palm trees.
From a small fishing village with beautiful beaches and breathtaking, São Miguel do Gostoso is a place of beauty paradise, stable climate, windy and quiet. The sandy beaches fluffy and white, are usually calm, ideal for swimming and kitesurfing, especially between October and March. Highlight for Tourinhos, one of the most beautiful of all the region. To close the day, it is worth visiting the Urca Shark. In an environment decorated with turntables 1950s, books and other curios, Edson (the owner of the place) serves rum and entertains the clientele telling stories, showing rarities on vinyl and its radio stations to tune almost everyone.
Located in Areia Branca, 350 km from Natal and near the border with Ceará, Ponta do Mel is a beach looking like a secluded getaway and undiscovered by tourism. Almost never rains, since it is a region of semi-arid climate. It is the meeting point of the interior with the sea. The beach has calm, shallow waters, with large sand strip and hit. The main scenery of Ponta do Mel is 7 km away from the village. There is a spectacular succession of white sand dunes and soft, which make up a scene reminiscent of the Sahara Desert. It is the largest and most beautiful set of dunes of Rio Grande do Norte (and one of the most incredible Brazil), occupying an area of 20 km long by 3 km wide, always following the coast.
The beautiful beaches of Galos and Galinhos have charms that go beyond the simplicity of its landscapes and the diversity of its tourism. Galinhos is the tip of a peninsula isolated by dunes. To get there, you need to leave the car in the parking lot near the village of Pratagil and catch a ferry to cross the river that leads to the village streets of soft sand. There, a fleet of carts pulled by donkeys leads to the beach, a spit of sand that moves toward the sea of intense blue and skirted by a lighthouse and two Lagoinhas that only appear from September to March.