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Azores – a natural paradise in the middle of Atlantic Ocean

An archipelago made up of nine volcanic islands! A natural paradise with many charms to discover: welcome to the Azores!

The stunning landscapes and black sand beaches make Acores the perfect place to immerse yourself in the tranquility of nature, exploring the interior of each island, along the hiking trails that take us to its wild heart, revealing lagoons inside extinct volcanoes or waterfalls in the top of the mountains.

The locals enjoy a peaceful lifestyle linked to the sea and the cultivation of pineapple and tea and visitors are always very welcome.

The gastronomy reveals a variety of unique flavors linked to the sea, the production of the famous cheese, pineapple, and tea of ​​the Azores.

In fact, Gorreana tea is produced on the oldest and only tea plantation in Europe.

Due to its privileged location in the Gulf Stream, the Azores enjoy a wonderful subtropical climate with mild temperatures throughout the year.

To visit

Pico – The highest mountain in Portugal, Pico, is on this island. In addition to climbing the mountain, explore Gruta das Torres, the largest lava tube in Portugal.

São Miguel – Discover volcanic craters, the Sete Cidades Lagoon, the thermal pools, and taste a stew cooked directly in the volcanic soil of this place.

Terceira – Explore the historic buildings of the city of Angra do Heroísmo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and visit the Vitória beach.

Faial – Explore incredible green landscapes, with untouched nature, and the beautiful Marina da Horta.

São Jorge – From São Jorge it is possible to observe dolphins and whales, through boat trips. Take the opportunity to see these majestic animals up close.

Santa Maria – Discover magnificent beaches with calm sea and the Barreiro da Faneca, a semi-desert landscape with reddish hues.

Graciosa, Flores and Corvo – These three islands are the least populated in the archipelago. They have many kilometers of untouched nature, so if you like being in direct contact with wild nature, visit them.

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