Fernando de Noronha is a Brazilian archipelago of the state of Pernambuco. It belongs to the Metropolitan Meso-region of Recife and to the Microregion of Fernando de Noronha.

Formed by 21 islands, islets and cliffs of volcanic origin, it occupies a total area of ​​26 km ² divided in two coasts – the inland sea, facing Brazil; And the sea outside, facing Africa.



There are flights to Fernando de Noronha departing from Natal and Recife – the journey takes approximately 1h20. On arrival, you avoid a reasonable queue if you have already paid the mandatory environmental fee through the internet (R $ 48.20 per day, on the official website). Hotels and inns offer free transfer from the airport.


The island is not extensive, but you can not just walk. At this point, it is advantageous who stays in Vila dos Remédios, in Floresta Nova or Sueste, for getting to walk to the beach. To get total freedom, the ideal is to rent a bug – the daily cost between R $ 150 and R $ 200 and gasoline (the most expensive in Brazil, R $ 4.78 a liter) is for the visitor.