Canto do Mangue and Fish Market, Natal

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  • The song of the Swamp is literally a place to buy seafood. It lies on the shore of the Potengi River, close to the port area of the city. There are near a market built by the city to sell the same thing. I read that some tourists said that if you want to know Christmas has to go there. You see, the city's population do not go there unless you have the need to buy something cool and don't get the endless queues that have in supermarkets and other places. In other words, enough, purchase and get out in 5 minutes. The place smells, isn't the best hygiene and is bordered by the neighborhoods of Sami and Rocks that are among the most dangerous of the East zone. So I don't see anything there tourist. For me is like a trade any market and tourist purposes I don't advise.
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  • If you want to know Christmas has to visit the corner of mangrove. Currently, there are two markets for fish, crustaceans etc. You can buy anything fresh to sellers who do not have the custom to deceive consumers. On the other hand, you our the Potengi River, who was born on Christmas. I learned to know that when he fills the tide will be full in praia do Forte. Ask for the owner of the "Foot of the Hawk", where via with the colleagues of the SIC. How many miss.
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  • CANTO DO MANGUE: Rua São João de Deus 4 - Bo da Ribeira is a seafood market administered by the fishermen themselves. They work for the market about 50 boats of fishing, 300 fishermen and people who are in the processing and sale of fish, lobsters, shrimp and other seafood. In the area there are also food houses where be consumed very good fresh fish, or also Ginga with tapioca, a typical dish of this small fish served fried.
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