In an area of only 22,000 km2, the State of Sergipe gathers attractions for all visitors. There are options for those seeking to rest, for those who are crazy for adventure, for those seeking entertainment and leisure, and even for those who want to know the history of the region.
The capital, Aracaju, is the first planned city in Brazil. The large avenues and the modern architecture make it an important urban center, without losing the atmosphere of tranquility. The quality of life is one of the reasons that make the residents proud. Aracaju is also famous for its coast. There are 30km of coast, with the beautiful beaches. Those who decide to explore the 173km of beaches in the State will be faced with true natural wonders. Coconut trees, dunes, lagoons, virgin jungles and marshlands are some of the landscapes that will make the trip an unforgettable experience.
The beaches of Saco, Abaís, Pontal, Terra Caída, Caueira and Sossego Island unite all the beauty of the Dunes Coast, on the Southern coast. On the North coast, Manguezais Coast shelters a region of unexplored beaches, such as Ponta dos Mangues, in the municipaliity of Pacatuba, and Pirambu, where one of the branches of the Tamar Project is based, and the Santa Isabel Ecologic Reserve.
Those who prefer sweetwater can visit the Xingó Canyon, formed by rocky walls reaching up to 50m height, or navigate on the San Francisco River, from the municipality of Brejo Grande, 137km from the capital, and finish the trip on the estuary, the stunning clash of the “Old Chico" with the Atlantic Ocean waters.
Natural beauties, historic heritage, leisure and entertainment. There are enough reasons for you to visit the State of Sergipe. Come, and become a fan!