Climb the small wooden steps that lead you to the Grota do Inferno Viewpoint. You will see that no camera is capable of capturing the striking beauty of this landscape…
Sit for a few minutes watching the two lagoons (blue and green) of Sete Cidades, enjoy the silence that surrounds you and breathes deeply… Authentic anti-stress therapy!
If the tide is low, take a refreshing bath in Ferraria’s Natural Pool, surrounded by black lava rocks.
This factory was founded in 1883 and has passed through five generations. The humid climate and clay soil of the region create the perfect conditions for the cultivation of Camellia Sinensis, the tea plant.
This stew is made with the heat of the earth. Try to arrive between 12 and 15 hours to watch the moment when they remove the stew from the inside of the boilers.
Here you can dive into a small lake of hot water. It’s an authentic paradise for the little ones…
It is classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In particular, he visits the forts of São Sebastião and São João Baptista, both over 400 years old.
And enjoy one of the most beautiful landscapes of the Azores. The way the fields of cultivation are separated led to the call also the “Patchwork”.
Get ready to enter the crater of a volcano and descend to 100 meters deep in the Algar do Carvão, classified as a Regional Natural Monument. Inside you will be surprised by a fantastic underground lagoon with crystal clear waters.
It is one of the most famous in São Jorge and also one of the most protected due to its high ecological value. In its lagoon lives a unique species of clam in the Azores Archipelago…
To enjoy privileged views of one of the most important natural monuments of the island: the Rock of the Catchlets, consisting of huge basalt columns perfectly designed by nature over the centuries.
Due to its abundant cereal production, Graciosa is often described as the “barn” of the Azores.
At Faial you will find several companies that offer you the opportunity to swim with dolphins or go out to the high seas and observe these animals up close in their natural habitat. A unique experience!
These volcanic vineyards were built by the hand of man at the base of the mountain and are classified as unesco World Heritage.
It is the highest mountain in Portugal (with 2351 meters of altitude). From there you can observe in the distance the islands of Faial, Terceira, São Jorge and Graciosa Island.
Here is held annually the well-known festival Maré de Agosto (in the last weeks of August). You can also choose to spend a night at the campsite next to the beach and watch the sunset here.
Inside, 300 meters deep, is the beautiful Caldeirão Lagoon.