The Azores are an archipelago of nine volcanic
islands of breathtaking views and where Nature will leave you mesmerized.
Here the nature and vegetation are untouched and pure. Because of the remote
location, almost at the middle of the Atlantic, the traditional lifestyle of
the Azores mostly remains unchanged. The island architecture is Portuguese
with elegant centuries old buildings in its cities and a nature is
unparalled. On these islands you
can get fun and adventure or complete relaxation. You will experience
unforgettable moments between whale watching, diving, walking trails, jeep
safaris, biking, horseback riding and golf. Authentic and unspoiled , the Azores are a nature
paradise, where you will lose yourself admiring its beauties at every step.
8 days/7nights -
Sao Miguel, Faial and Pico. 3 islands.
A short insight to some of the Azores most popular spots
11 days/10 nights Sao
Miguel, Terceira Faial, Pico. Visit the islands of flower paradise,
stroll around hsitoric Terceira and Faial and take a boat ride to the
sunny island of Pico famous for its excellent wines.
Azores Grand Tour
15 days/14 nights
Sao Miguel, Flores, Faial, Terceira with Saturday departures. The most comprehensive island
Bike Tours of Sao Miguel Island
- # PT412
9 days/8 nights - Explore the hidden treasures of
this island by bicycle
a network of approximately 60 mapped trails all over the green archipelago, all
trails of great biogeological,
historical and ethnographical interest. They are classified in accordance
with their level of difficulty, distance and type of route . As you walk
inland from the coast, you will enjoy a stunning landscape marked by dense
coastal woods, juniper trees and the remains of lauris-silva forest. There
are also waterfalls, vineyards, typical homes, windmills, fishing boats and
corrals. On the coast, there are tidal pools nestling amongst rock
formations, great for a refreshing swim! The Azores is one of the best places in the world
for whale watching. Around the archipelago, approximately 25 different
resident and migratory species can be spotted.