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Dusk at Pedra do Sal Beach - Photo: Roberto Araujo (License-cc-by-sa-4.0)
Dusk at Pedra do Sal Beach - Photo: Roberto Araujo (License-cc-by-sa-4.0)
Parnaiba is the second largest city in the state of Piauí, with developed trade. The city is wooded, with a warm climate, with the breeze that blows all year round, it has preserved colonial mansions, historic churches, monuments, and several tourist attractions, such as the Cashew tree planted in a poet's backyard, the sunset on the beach of Pedra do Sal, the Porto das Barcas Tourist Terminal, Lagoa do Portinho and the Parnaíba River Delta. It is the gateway to the Delta of the Parnaíba River, one of the most important ecotourism centers in the region. Much of the municipality is an alluvial plain formed by the Delta of the Parnaíba River, which houses exotic lagoons, dunes, many islands and islets, and an exuberant nature. The region has a tourist infrastructure to serve its visitors, with hotels, restaurants, agencies ...FIND OUT MORE
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