The archipelago of the Azores consists of nine islands divided into three groups: Western Group (Corvo and Flores); Central Group (Faial, Graciosa, Pico, São Jorge, and Terceira); Eastern Group (Santa Maria and São Miguel). As a tourist destination, it is especially dedicated to nature tourism with outdoor activities, such as hiking, diving, whale watching, among others.
Find unspoiled nature, with breathtaking landscapes, incredible lagoons, extinct volcanic craters, hot water waterfalls, fumaroles, and much more!
The Azore Islands are a natural playground offering majestic hills, mountains, waterfalls, surfing beaches, and lakes. It is a wonderful area to sail across the many islands or to make a stop while crossing the Atlantic Ocean on a sailboat and a dream for big game fishing enthusiasts.
But wait there is more! The Azores offer extensive hiking trails, biking paths, extraordinary canyoning, unique golf courses, kayaking, Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Surfing, and Paragliding.