The most popular tourist spot of Natal, the Ponta Negra beach is 2.5 kilometers long and is a thriving source for the tourism industry. A lot of the city’s tourism has been built around the Ponta Negra neighbourhood. Prior to turning it into a hotspot for visitors, the beach served as a source of livelihood for local fisher folk.
The most famous point of interest of the beach is the Morro do Careca, a dune-cum-hill that seems to rise out of the sea. Although it’s forbidden to scale the hill, you’ll find many local guides that will tell you its ok and makes for a great meeting place.
Even though the Ponta Negra beach has lost its charm of the erstwhile years, it still sees throngs of attendance. To see the beach in all of its glory, visit Ponta Negra during it’s after dark party hours.
If you’re travelling to Natal, then Ponta Negra is a destination which should be visited at any cost. Scenic beach with some breathtaking views, the Ponta Negra allows you to keep calm for a bit and enjoy some relaxed moments. Even though there are no Ponta Negra tickets available as the entry is free of cost, still you can opt for the Ponta Negra tour tickets. The Ponta Negra tour tickets will help you in getting a guided tour of Ponta Negra through the Ponta Negra tours.
How to Reach Ponta Negra
- Avenida Engenheiro Roberto Freire, 3954 (Bus Stop)
- Batata Brasil
- Famiglia Reis Magos
- Camarao e Cia
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38.04% of people who visit Natal include Ponta Negra in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
77.78% of people start their Ponta Negra visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Ponta Negra
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ponta Negra