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Taíba (small village in local language) is a fishing village that  remains authentic, although the great tourist phenomenon that deprived other littoral cities of Brazil.
With a small urban structure, but with great natural beauties, Taíba is ideal for Surfing, Kite Surf, Wind Surf and Sand Board, or for people who desire a calm place, without much night life and with great options of intense contact with the nature.
Taiba beach, district of the São Gonçalo do Amarante, about 60 km from Fortaleza, is a piece of the littoral paradise in Ceará, beyond gorgeous beaches with natural swimming pools in rocky, falesias formations, dunes and lagoons, its 2500 inhabitants live in harmony with the nature and its visitors.
Taíba has the denomination of district, and is managed by a city, São Gonçalo do Amarante, that in turn is part of a unit of the Brazilian federacy, the state of  Ceará.
Its population, something around two thousand inhabitants, lives in function of fishes and the tourism. It has two public schools, a gas station,  a small hospital, rank, pharmacies, some inns and some restaurants.
The commerce is basic, you will not find sophisticated itens. Beaches with natural swimming pools in the low tide, good waves and strong wind for aquatic sports, great dunes with water lagoons candy and much sun for more than 300 days in the year.