Barra do Miriri
    • Barra do Miriri
    • Ruína de Bom Sucesso
    • Viewpoint above Miriri
    • Barra do Miriri
    • Ponta de Lucena

    Tour on the North coast of João Pessoa

    The North coast in Lucena is one of the MOST SOUGHT-AFTER tours of João Pessoa!


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    Jeep 4x4 tour on the North coast of João Pessoa, in Lucena


    Due to the geological structure, the North coast beaches of João Pessoa, are extensives, allowing to ride on the beach. 

    The north coast Beaches of João Pessoa "adventure" in Lucena, crossing the river Paraíba on a ferry up to Costinha; visiting the Fort Santa Catarina in Cabedelo, visiting the church Our Lady of Guia, with the church Good Success.

    Well differentiated from the south, allowing stretches at the seaside with deserted beaches, shallow and warm water, to desert places, passing through the beach of the Holandês, the Gameleira beach, the beach of Lucena to the Ponta de Lucena, and the wild Barra do Miriri.


    There are 2 OPTIONS:
    - Lucena Adventure: Include the Fort of Cabedelo. Riding along the beach. With Jeep trail in the woods, passing by the ruin of Bom Sucesso and going up above the cliff of Barra do Miriri; 

    - Lucena Kayak (easy, safe and comfortable): Riding along the beach. Swapping the Fort and the trail in the woods for longer in the water, with kayak in the sea (in Natural Pools of shallow and warm waters, without waves or current, with stable, comfortable and easy to use kayaks with lifejackets + beach chairs); 

    Kayak tour in Lucena

    passeio de caiaque em Lucena

    passeio de caiaque em Lucena

    The north coast 'adventure' in Lucena is an ecotourism tour which mixes adventure and discovery, a stretch at the seaside, to the Barra do Miriri wild and deserted (access only via JEEP 4x4).

    The gastronomy is specialized in sea products. There is also some culture (ancient churches and the fort of Santa Catarina).

    For those who enjoy ecotourism, natural pools with calm and warm sea (at low tide), and stretches on the beaches, this tour is very nice! Due to the geological structure, the beaches of the north coast of João Pessoa are extensive.

    Here the cattle circulate in freedom, and nature is untouched! Fishermen village, Lucena contains also one of the biggest coconut plantation, known as the Coconut Valley.

    See the Beaches on our Blog North coast Beaches in Lucena


    North coast Playlist

    Visiting the Fort of Cabedelo allow discover a bit of the history of the place, like the meeting of the Portuguese with the Indians, with illustrations of cannibalism!

    We will see the creation of João Pessoa (whose first name was: Our Lady of the Snows), discover the geography of the region, and learn about the whaling that happened until the early eighties.

    The church "Nossa Senhora da Guia" from the year 1589 was built by the Carmelites to evangelize the Indians of the region. The facade of limestone is sculpted in tropical baroque style with representations of tropical fruits of the region.

    The ruin of Good Success of the seventeenth century, has an access a little bit complicated, and impress by the fact that is being "eat" by a tree! (a gameleira)

    Crossing the Paraíba river on a raft, we will cross several floating bus that allow residents of Lucena go to work on the side of Cabedelo. Lucena being a fishermen village, the local culinary is based on fishes and seafood: delicious!

    What impresses is that the north coast has nothing to do with the south coast: relief is different, the vegetation is different... even the weather is different. The waters of the rivers are black because of decaying mangrove plant: not lacking here crabs nor seafood in the warm and shallow waters.

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