Forte Orange Beach, Ilha de Itamaraca

Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
Named after the nearby Orange Fort, which was built by the Dutch settlers in 1631, Forte Orange Beach is known for calm blue waters and numerous bars serving grilled fish right on the sand. The beach is also home to the sea mammals preservation center, which aims to protect endangered sea creatures of this area and teach visitors about renewable ways of using our natural resources. Drop by this educational spot with the whole family, or spend a quiet day of swimming and sunbathing on the warm white sands of this peaceful beach. From this spot you can also catch a boat or raft crossing the Jaguaribe River to the small islet, a secluded place favored by swimmers and divers. To visit Forte Orange Beach and other attractions in Ilha de Itamaraca, use our Ilha de Itamaraca itinerary planner.
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  • This beach is very quiet, good for bathing, has stalls, her boats depart to the Crown of the aircraft, the Fort Orange is on this beach.
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  • I visited this beach over the weekend. Gave me the impression of having been a highly valued place in the past, they lost interest and investments with the growth of popularity of Porto de Galinhas. The place is quiet, and the values collected in the tents are not abusive.
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  • Friends found is better than Island Beach Coroa do Avião, clean beach, very good water, several tents and watch the prices vary greatly from one tent to another.
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