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Ceara State

Ceara: The Land of Light!

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Lagoina Dune

Jeri Sunset

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Beach View


This is how this state in the Northeast of Brazil is internationally known, a state whose capital, Fortaleza, is a city with almost 2.5 million inhabitants. Located right below the Equator where the tropical sun shines all year round, this is the place where you will enjoy unforgettable moments: paradise-like beaches, pleasant temperatures around 27°C; white sand dunes; friendly people; exotic and tasty culinary; rich odd handicrafts; a lot of the regional music "forró" and the local comedians' shows.


Ceará has a coastline of 573 Km where some of the most beautiful and exuberant beaches of Brazil are located. A great example is Jericoacoara - internationally known by its unparalleled sunset. The entire state coastline, especially in Fortaleza, offers extremely pleasant swimming conditions whether you are just looking for refreshment and relaxation, or want to practice water sports such as surfing, windsurfing, and kite-surfing. The constant winds, which contribute to form waves, make such activities possible.

The state capital, the fourth largest city in Brazil, is among the country's favorite destinations for Brazilian and foreign tourists. All of them are attracted by the perfect balance between quietness and excitement the city offers. In Fortaleza, you can chose between relaxation in one of its delightful beaches of coconut trees and dunes, or an exciting nightlife and cultural program.





Fortaleza has another appealing feature - its privileged location. The city is the country's shortest route to Europe, the United States, and other countries, which allows international flights of only 6 hours and 30 minutes. As a result, the city attracts foreign tourists from all over the world, such as people from Portugal, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, and Poland, to name a few. Additionally, the city also receives a great number of Brazilian tourists - most of which coming from capitals like Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.

Those who come to Ceará, and especially to Fortaleza, experience a myriad of joyful moments and delightful places and take home memories to last a lifetime, all that in a land where real estate and tourism investment is booming. A good example of this boom is the availability of coastal plots of land of 100, 200, 500, 1.000 hectares, and the low construction costs (material and labor).

Wait no more! Come invest in a place where you can be sure to have excellent return.