If you are staying in the area, be sure to spend a day taking in nearby areas, like Genipabu, Maracajau and Extremoz.
There are many interesting museums, exhibits and venues in and around Maxaranguape. Take a tour, admire the architecture or simply enjoy the fascinating artworks at the Museum of Popular Culture. Lovers of the arts will find plenty to applaud at venues such as the Alberto Maranhao Theater.
There are many picturesque outdoor attractions here as well so make sure you enjoy the chance to get outdoors. Stare out over the water and go for a long walk at one of the local beaches, for example the Meio National Beach.
There are many tourist sites to enjoy in Maxaranguape. Make sure you schedule enough time to see as many as possible during your visit. Natal features some evocative reminders of the past; every local history tour should begin with a visit to the Fort of the Three Kings.
To shop for local fashion or enjoy a light meal, set out to visit the Redinha Public Market.
Maxaranguape is a place steeped in sporting history. Spend an afternoon at Dunas Arena, home to the ABC Futebol Clube soccer team in summer and the América Futebol Clube. Enjoy a few post-match beers with local sports fanatics after the full-time siren blows in one of the nearby pubs, clubs or bars.
At the end of a busy day discovering the sights, sounds and smells of Maxaranguape, rest up in one of the area’s popular hotels or serviced apartments. For a good night’s sleep it’s hard to go past the Yak Hotel, the Residence Praia Hotel, and the Marina Travel Praia Hotel.