Parajuru, a famous fishermen village, is located at about 124 km / 77 mi southeast of Fortaleza in the state of Ceara, Brazil. The area is known for the offering eco-tourism opportunities, thanks to its natural setting, which renders it a paradise for the fans of watersports sports, too.
Quixada is a town of Ceara, a Brazilian state located in the northeastern part of the country. Although Ceara's fame mainly stems from the great number of its beaches, spreading at 600 km/372 mi long of coastline, the semi-arid region of Quixada is among the first choices of sportsmen from all over the world, since it is one of the most popular paragliding spots in Brazil.
Cumbuco is a small fishing village situated at about 25 km/16 mi North West from the city of Fortaleza, in the state of Ceara, along the north east coast of Brazil. Fortaleza constitutes a major pole attraction for tourists. The area is known for the offering eco-tourism opportunities, thanks to its natural setting, which renders it a paradise for the fans of extreme sports, too.