Pousada Maxitalia

Trav Maria dos Anjos, 659, Jericoacoara, State of Ceara, Brazil

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Pousada Maxitalia
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    Maxitalia, is great option for anyone looking for a good value but comfortable place to stay in Jericoacoara. The pousada is laid out in relaxed wooden chalet style around a landscaped garden and pool area and has a very laid-back atmosphere.
    The puosada is located in a quiet side street off the one of the busier Jeri streets. There is a bar and good restaurant located in the pousada. Breakfast is buffet style and is included in the price of the room.
    The rooms are all en-suite and are equipped with AC and fridge. Outside the ground floor rooms is a lovely decked area with wicker chairs and hammocks where you can relax and chill out.
    The owner Max is an Italian and is very accomodating. He will help organise excursions and recommend good restaurants.

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    Maxitalia, a very nice Pousada in Jericoacoara

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    I stayed here with my girlfriend and we loved it.

    Leticia is the proprietor. Her and her staff were very friendly and went above and beyond to satisfy our requests. Daily maid service. Breakfast every morning consisting of fresh local fruits and juices, bread, cake, coffee, ham and cheese and they will cook eggs for you at your request.

    Every room has AC... which was a huge bonus! The Pousada is located in Jeri, but far enough away (walking distance) from the town center so that the noise/festivities won't keep you up at night.

    R$70 per night for a room for 2.

    Unique Quality: The pool is a huge bonus too. It is well maintained.

    The service was great.

    Security was an added bonus. Someone was always at the front 24/7, whereas many other pousadas give you a key to the front gate and after midnight you have to let yourself in. Jeri is a really safeplace, but it was nice to know that there was security.

    There is a kitchen and they have a menu. They will cook lunch or dinner for you. We had a big lunch one day and the food was wonderful... but a little pricey.

    Directions: South end of Jeri

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Have you seen Australian girl - Pania? - Jericoacoara - Brazil

by fireywombat

Hi,

My friend has been travelling in Brazil, last I heard she was heading to Jericoacoara, Brazil around 9th March, 2007. She was then planning to head some where else near the Amazon. By chance has anyone heard from her, I haven't heard from her in 3 weeks.

I know it's a small traveller world out there, has anyone seen her.

Thanks for your help,

fireywombat

Re: Have you seen Australian girl - Pania? - Jericoacoara - Brazil

by little.cintia

No, sorry.
But don't worry. I am sure she is fine!
:)

Re: Have you seen Australian girl - Pania? - Jericoacoara - Brazil

by SaoPaulo-Dude

I am sure you haven't heard of her because these areas are quite remote.

I myself have a hard time keeping in touch with people when I am in much bigger cities (take into account I am a native of Brazil, speak the language and know the costumes), imagine her a foreigner who may not speak the language.

Internet and telephone isn't very easy to come by in small and remote towns.

You do not need to worry, I am sure whe is having such a good time that the last thing she can think of is home.


You can not imagine how hard is to keep in touch in these remote areas, but they are very safe unliike big Brazilian metropoles.

Travel Tips for Jericoacoara

Jeri

by Andreas_Fran

The place is a set of several different sceneries, altogether in a very beautiful and harmonic combination and that's one reason you must visit this spectacular place. Also if you are looking about knowing a very beautiful place, with intense contact with nature, then this is another reason to meet this paradise. Always the people...

kite surf and windsurf

by ludogatto

Jeri became known in the world also for the strong wind that u cna find there!
In septembre there would be 40 knots!
in front of Jeri u can practice windsurf, but for kite is better the Prea Beach, the beach after Pedra Fourada.
In Prea' there are few pousada, so is better to stay in Jeri and reach the beach with a buggy or Range rover,

Parque Nacional de Jericoacoara

by mircaskirca

The natural environment of Parque Nacional de Jericoacoara was in 1984 declared an "Environmental Protected Area". It's greatest attraction is Jericoacoara beach but in addition the area has a very picturesque landscape with huge dunes, extensive beaches and the singular rocky blossom denominated Serrote. You can catch sight of various species of birds, unfortunately some of them already threaten to extinct.

The Park is actually difficult of acces. There is no regular transport but I guess you might arrange the tour with one of the buggy drivers. I was really happy when my dear friend Otacilio had offered to drive me around on his motorbike. It was unforgettable adventure!!

Discovery of the Rocky Region

by mircaskirca

This part of the beach starts after the Malhada Beach (a small beach with waves, good for windsurfing), the first beach on the east side of the village, already outside the bay. It's semi-deserted. The rocky region stretches over 2 km of coast, ending up at the Pedra Furada. There is countles of rocks with unusual shapes. The view from the top is amazing!

There aren't any bars around but local people selling cold drink pass by at times. Actually you are not suppose to meet many people there. It's perfect for those who like wild rocky beaches.

Sunset Dune (Duna Por do Sol)

by mircaskirca

In Jeri, locals and visitors have daily appointment they can not put off. At around 5pm, when the sun threatens to disappear on the horizon, it's a tradition to climb the biggest sand dune beside the beach to watch the sunset.

The sight is really spectacular and the silence is absolute. People seem to be mesmerized by the simple and astonishing beauty of nature. It lasts only a few minutes but it marks you forever. It ends with a loud applause as thanks to mother earth.

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