6 activities for families with children not to be missed on Pico Island

If you plan to visit the Azores with your family, you have to include Pico Island in your itinerary. It’s just that it’s practically impossible to visit this island without falling completely in love with it. 1 – Be dazzled by the traces of volcanic activity on the island – Volcanic activity traces can be…

5 activities for families with children not to be missed on Terceira island

If you plan to visit the Azores with your family, you must include Terceira island in your itinerary. This island, the third of the archipelago to be discovered by Portuguese navigators, offers a magnificent contrast between natural beauty of volcanic origin and an admirable work of man in the historic center of Angra do Heroísmo,…

5 activities for families with children not to be missed in São Miguel

Known as the Green Island, São Miguel offers its visitors much more than breathtaking landscapes. In addition to superb forest reserves, lakes of surreal beauty, natural hot water pools, and black sand beaches, São Miguel fascinates for the authenticity of its people and its delicious cuisine.Today, we suggest five excellent activities for families with children…

Meals with a new feeling in the skies of the Azores

The Azores, our identity and our main destination, are a place where the real can easily mix with the mystical. And the legends that are told all over the 9 islands – themselves considered the peaks of ancient Atlantis, the lost eighth continent – are proof of that. This mysticism, so appreciated by all who…

Find out why the Azores are a sustainable tourist destination

The Azores are one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Its lush nature, fascinating landscapes, cuisine, and kind people make its visitors return home with a full heart. But the Azores are also the first archipelago in the world to achieve an international certification of sustainable destination under the EarthCheck Sustainable Destination program….

Pico Mountain – At the top of the Portuguese World

Pico Mountain is the highest point of Portugal. Climbing to Pico is a symbolic moment, but also an opportunity to establish contact with the unique and distinct nature of this part of the world. This is a walk which has to be done in safety and that might not be appropriate for everyone. But, to…