Fernando de Noronha Vacations
Approximately 3,000 people call Fernando de Noronha in Pernambuco home.
Fernando de Noronha is located 1500 miles (2414 kilometers) northeast of Rio de Janeiro and 1350 miles (2173 kilometers) northeast of the national capital Brasilia.
Fernando de Noronha features many fine coastal spots perfect for reconnecting with Mother Nature. Dolphins Bay and Sancho Beach are two of the more well-known beaches in this coastal location. Atalaia Beach and Porcos Bay are the other fine beaches in this region.
Escape the city by taking time out to explore the local ecological parks, such as Sapata Point or Caracas Point. Come to these great places and discover the biodiversity of the area then stop for a snack in the reserves’ pristine grounds.
Get a feel for how courageous locals defended Fernando de Noronha, by exploring the city’s various fortifications and defenses. Those interested in history can check out the Remedios Fort, and the Sao Pedro do Boldro Fort.
Beautiful Flamboyant Square is the ideal location to sit back and feel the heartbeat of Fernando de Noronha. Find a good vantage spot and spend a while people watching before heading off to explore the area’s other attractions.
Dois Irmaos Hill is one of the most cherished public green spaces around Fernando de Noronha. Locals and visitors alike will enjoy this park for its beautifully designed garden beds and trees.
The Shark Museum is the perfect day out for those looking for something a little different in Fernando de Noronha. Wander the halls, lose yourself in the exhibits, and then ask around to discover some of the smaller museums in the vicinity.
No mater how many fabulous sights you’ve managed to squeeze into your itinerary, no stay in Fernando de Noronha is complete until you’ve checked out the Sao Pedro Chapel.