Casa Caicara Villas de Praia

Address: Avenida Beira Mar, S/Nr, Cruz, State of Ceara, 62595-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Beira Mar, S/Nr, Cruz.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Beach
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Beverage Selection


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Airport Transportation
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Caicara Villas de Praia Cruz

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Cruz

          Cute camp

          A travel blog entry by holident on Mar 03, 2013

          Thankfully set off early from the beach camp, heading towards Ubajara National Park. Going uphill some local youths on their bikes grabbed the back of the truck, getting an easy ride to the top. As faster vehicles emerged they dropped off overtaking us. Other than that it was just ...


          A travel blog entry by jungleboy on Sep 22, 2006

          ... because she was only 22 years old. We later discovered that it is quite common for girls of 12 or 11 to make a living as prostitutes. Who are their customers? European tourists. The police are fully aware of this. When Brazilians try and do something about it, it is they not the Europeans who are persecuted by the police. They dont bring Euros with them. Fortaleza is not a nice ...

          Cashew Country

          A travel blog entry by thymeoff on Sep 19, 2006

          20 photos

          ... like heat. We were well aware that our long journey of endless beaches was quickly coming to an end. The next leg of the trip would be a 1500 km marathon across some of the hottest and driest terrain in Brazil, from Fortaleza to Belém. We therefore decided that we deserved one last chance for a day or two of sand, sun and surf. We headed down a side road to the erstwhile little fishing village of Canoa Quebrada to see what we could find. During ...

          A Brazilian Gem - without question

          A travel blog entry by delfuegoproject on Jun 10, 2006

          14 photos

          at the rist of understatement...Jericoacoara is a most unique place - replete with major sand dunes, unique hip vibe, local mysticism, clandestine entry, kilometers of beach tide racing, multiple balsa rides (video to be released soon) and an undeniable pleasure of sand streets - it is as difficult to leave this place as it is to find it.... for now...we have pictures ...

          Comedy - lost in translation

          A travel blog entry by camille on Mar 12, 2004

          1 photo

          ... staying in Fortaleza for 2 nights and was going to catch the 6pm bus the next day, but I got a dose of the trots that night and decided to stay another day to recover. As Alex had gone on a daytrip to a nearby beach I had the day to myself and miraculously managed to see one of the Australian teams play beach volleyball. They were wearing very Brazilian (little) blue bikini bottoms with the Southern Cross on the front and their names on the back. I was the ...