In the low tide hours it is worth visiting Pedra Forada: Jeri’s postcard.
Continuing past Malhada beach, along the way, you will come across caves and natural swimming pools, up to meet this huge rock, about 5 meters high, with a large hole at the center sculpted by the sea and the wind. In case of high tide, just walk along the Serrote, which will give you the top view, both of Pedra Forada and the bay.
The Ceará coast is suitable for day trips by buggy or quadricycle, to discover the various lagoons that fill up during the rainy season. The lagoons of Azul, Paraiso and Tatajuba can offer special moments for both the eyes and the palate! In addition to the lagoons you can stop by Mangue Seco and the village of Guriu to take some souvenir photos!
For the more curious, we recommend going to Lençoll Maranhenses, passing through the delta of Parnaiba.