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Located on the banks of the Igaraçu River, branch of the Parnaíba River, the port is to the right of the bridge that connects the city to Ilha Grande de Santa Isabel. The region was initially populated around 1669 and in 1758 it started to house a Charqueada owned by the Portuguese Domingos Dias da Silva, who started agricultural and commercial activities there, even importing and exporting, via ships, to European countries. . As it is located in the historic center, parking is outside the port.

Graça Park

Praça da Graça, known for having been the place that housed the famous cry for Brazil's independence, on October 19, 1822. In the square, there is the historic monument Marco Zero, which refers to the zero kilometer of side roads. In addition, historic Catholic churches such as the Nossa Senhora das Graças and Nossa Senhora do Rosário churches are located.

Pedra do Sal Beach

This beach is the only one located in the city of Parnaíba. It is located on the Big Island of Santa Isabel. The water is warm and the stones located along the entire beach make up the beauty and natural charm. The place is also famous for the sunset.

Atalaia Beach

Beach with vast natural beauty, with heated waters and wind, ideal for lovers and practitioners of water sports. The structure located on the waterfront is simple, but practical, serving visitors.

Municipal Market

The city of Parnaíba is known for its artistic side and you will be able to have access to various manufactured items in our municipal market. Among the varied options of handicrafts for sale are bags, household items, decorative models, mandalas and sousplat.

Escadaria Selarón

This architectural work that pays homage to the “Brazilian people” was designed by the Chilean artist Jorge Seralón is a mandatory stop during his trip to Rio. The staircase is located between the neighborhoods of Santa Teresa and Lapa and has free access at any time of the day . Take amazing photos among the 215 steps in this colorful and vibrant mosaic that is the face of Rio.The main attraction is a huge copy of a guarani animal trap or " Aripuca " , a big structure built from 30 giant tree trunks that fell down during storms or that have been saved from the sawmill .After the guided walk you will be free to walk around and listen to some live harp music or try archery, sit down to lunch at their restaurant and mosey around the artisan souvenir products. ​

Chácara do Céu Museum

The former home of businessman Castro Maya is filled with valuable elements of national and international culture, dividing into European and Brazilian art. Opening hours are daily, except on Tuesdays, from 12pm to 5pm

Ruins Park

With an art gallery around a mansion in the heart of the city, the Parque das Ruinas hosts several events of public interest. External stages for presentations by different artists, large gardens and panoramic terraces ideal for watching the sunset are some of the attractions of the park!

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