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Batoque Beach, Aquiraz

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  • Great bathing beach, very good to relax, take it easy with nearby stalls that serve the traditional fried fish.
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  • Is one of the quietest beaches of Ceara. Access is by a road not paved yet, which makes the place even more quiet, since access is more difficult. Besides the beach, one of the natural beauties of the region is still well preserved mangrove. Another natural attraction of the community of the Stopper is a pond which is located next to the beach, a quiet place and own bathroom.
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  • If you want a real contact with nature and talk to you even this site is perfect. According to my friend who has a House there became environmental reserve.
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  • Need just the attention of local authorities in relation to the more local paving is great quiet great to get away from the hustle and bustle
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  • Quiet beach to enjoy with family or a Luau with the crowd, Indian crab on super John of God where's the meeting of the River with the sea perfect!
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  • Quiet beach don't have so many stones!
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  • If you like the beach but doesn't like people, this is the place to go. Isolated, beautiful, very few people, a few tents, no hype, just you, the sand and the sea. There are a few stalls, all very simple, with accessible prices. I recommend taking your own drink and snack. Remembering ALWAYS to take bags to put the garbage. The place is beautiful and is extractive reserve, PRESERVE it!
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