Marine Reserve on remote islands with empty beaches and isolated bays
Fernando de Noronha is a remote archipelago of tiny volcanic islands, 350 kilometers out into the Atlantic, and is a Marine National Park. The crystalline waters contain an abundance of tropical fish, and many endemic and migratory bird species are found here. Numerous quiet beaches and isolated bays are perfect for walking: it's not hard to enjoy the tranquility of this pristine natural environment.
Fernando de Noronha is reached via a one hour flight from Recife.