The south side of the Potiguar coast
Preferred beaches of families for summer
Amid the calm water beaches, warm sands and tranquility, the south coast beaches of Rio Grande do Norte stand out for their beauty. They are preferred by families at the time of summer, because here you can find cliffs, lookouts to watch the dolphins swim and to dive into crystal clear waters.
Located 21 km from Natal Center, the Elbow Beach is accessed via the Route of the Sun, and is the first beach of the south coast. Elbow consists of cliffs and is great for swimming, when at the low tide. One of the first vacationers beaches of Natal, has good structure of restaurants, ideal for those who want to rest, for it is not many exciting night.
The river of the same name divides the beach in North Pirangi and South Pirangi. The north side has calm waters, ideal for water sports. It is there that is the Greatest cashew tree in the world, 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 have fun in the restaurants, bars and shows. In South Pirangi have calm waters, great for families.
With open crystal clear sea and riots, the Buzios Beach is one of the most attractive surfers on the south coast. In contrast to the force of the waves, there is a cove, located between the beach of Pirangi and Buzios, called Pirambuzios, calm waters that are an attraction for parents with small children and sports like windsurfing and kite surfing.
Mixed cove beach, surrounded by reefs that bar the waves and form "pools" in the highest tide, and open water, Tabatinga is great good for swimming and nice and walks in the sand at low tide. From the top of Lookout Dolphin, you can have a beautiful view of the beach in Buzios and, late in the afternoon, dolphins that come to play and coast in search of fish shoals. The Belvedere also has a good restaurant structure, bathrooms and showers. There also we can see the lace makers making your bobbin on the balconies of their homes.
Camurupim and Barreta:
The beach Camurupim consists of large reefs throughout its length, forming a series of coves, making it ideal for swimming and hiking. Its biggest attraction is the Stone Hollow, a cave in the middle of the reefs, which can be visited at low tide. Barreta is a continuation of the reef Tabatinga and Camurupim. With restaurants and inns, has one of the liveliest carnivals of the South Coast.
Located on the South coast Natal, Pipa is 85 km from Natal, in the municipality of Tibau do Sul. With a string of beaches that are among the most beautiful in the Northeast and bustling nightlife, Pipa seduces worldwide admirers. The beach, which is among the most famous - and at the same time among the most alternative - the Northeast, receives people from many different accents throughout the year. Are tourists who come to know the delicacy of its landscapes, and its attractions out of the sea, which are many.
Barra de Cunhaú and Baía Formosa:
In reaching Cunhaú bar, the first impression is to be in front of a huge freshwater lake, instead of the Atlantic Ocean. Located in the municipality of Canguaretama in Natal south coast, about 80 km from Natal, the beach has its landscape formed by old and tall coconut trees, mangroves, river and sea.