Maracaípe is a beach that is part of the municipality of Ipojuca, in Pernambuco. Its coastline is an extension of the coast of Located in the city of Ipojuca, Maraca (beach nickname) has several coconut trees in white sand extension and natural bay that allows waves formation up to 2 meters. The place is known as radical maneuvers, surfers, kite-surfers and stand up paddle lovers meeting point. The beach hosts important national and international surf championship.
Maracaípe is known for its turbulent waves, making it one of Brazil’s favourite spots for surfers, at the top of the best surf spots worldwide. This coastal area is ideal for experienced surfers with its high level waves, without being exclusively for professionals. Furthermore, there have never been any shark attacks reported along these waters! The coast is also known for mangrove conservation, which is the main topic of discussion among local environmentalists.
In Maracaípe often have surfing competitions among the most important in Brazil that drive in this location a lot of people, but this town is also a very quiet and nice place where it is warm all year round, ideal for those who just want to relax or explore the area. Maracaípe is chosen by tourists for its tranquillity, the scenery and the perfect climate.