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Many kite-surfers come to this part of the Ceará to take advantage of the wide areas of flat water and steadywinds that the region offers – ideal conditions for kite-surfing.
At low tide, the calm waters of the River Jaguaribe’s estuary offer a large space covering foursquare kilometres over which you can surf for around four hours each day.
At Canoa Quebrada, the ideal spot for kite-surfing is at the end of the beach, beyond the Bom Motivo "barraca". Not advisable for beginners, the region is known for "downwind" kiting as far as the River Jaguaribe.
Majorlândia and Quixaba beaches are also well-liked by kite-surfers.