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Explore Natal's Coastal Paradise

Blessed with pristine beaches covered with massive sand dunes and crystal-clear waters ranging from emerald green to turquoise blue, Ponta Negra's captivating setting draws in crowds. Its laid-back attitude paired with a vibrant nightlife makes this an ideal South American vacation destination. Located on Brazil's northeasternmost point, soak in the sun, surf, and sea from top area attractions including Ponta Negra Beach, Pipa Beach, and Parrachos De Maracajau. Snorkel, dive, or stay on land and savor the Brazilian culture, fresh seafood, and wild entertainment along the Rio Grande do Norte's Atlantic coast.
 

Ponta Negra beach

Spanning 4 km along the Atlantic coast, enjoy the sand and surf at Natal's most famous beach. With the iconic landmark, Morro do Careca to the south end, and plenty of lively bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and shopping towards the north, you'll be entertained from day to night.

Morro Do Careca

As the most iconic sight in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, this massive sand dune towers 120 meters from the ground at the southern end of Ponta Negra Beach. Covered with lush green vegetation and moss, the Bald Hill remains a city landmark.

Genipabu Dunes

Explore the north coast's picturesque Genipabu Beach and enjoy unique thrills from sand buggies and camel rides to and sand-boarding down hot dunes into the cool ocean lagoons. Known as the "Postcard of the Gods."

Genipabu attracts daredevils of all kinds.

Parrachos De Maracajau

Swim, snorkel, and dive into the crystal-clear ocean waters to the amazing coral reef formations filled with tropical fish and marine life, just 7km (4mi) offshore from Maracajaú Beach. A perfect spot for beginners and experienced divers, tours are offered daily.

Pipa Beach

Voted one of Brazil's most beautiful beaches, relax on the warm sand surrounded by tall cliffs, dreamy lagoons, coconut palm plantations, and dunes stretching over 10 km long. Take a dip in the emerald waters and watch the dolphins jumping and sea turtles swimming.