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Known as the black island, due to the birds that call Corvo home. Or it could be that it is a small black dot on the map, surrounded by the blue of the ocean (depending on who you believe.) Download this

Known as the white island, as this is a place with many hydrangeas and other flowers. Download this guide here We have written these guides to help our guests and visitors to the Azores with urated tips and suggestions. While we have visited

São Jorge is known as the brown island. This is because of the hikes and paths that cut into the volcanic rock. A beautiful island, where you can hike for hours and see no-one else. Download this guide here We have written these

Flores is the flower island. Known for its beauty and abundance of flowers, this is nicknamed the pink island. Download this guide here We have written these guides to help our guests and visitors to the Azores with curated tips and suggestions. While

Santa Maria has the nickname of the yellow island as it is the only one that has yellow sand, rather than the black volcanic sand of the other islands. Accessible from Sao Miguel via a ferry or a quick plane

Known as the purple island, as this is the island with the most purple hydrangeas. Terceira is located in the central group of the Azores. The highest point is Serra de Santa Barbara (1,022 m). The view from this point

Pico, is named after its imposing mountain Ponta de Pico or Pico Alto, which is the highest mountain of Portugal and also the highest elevation of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Pico with its 300,000 years the “youngest” island of the Azores.

Faial is a wonderful island in which to enjoy everything from Whale watching to drinks at Peter's famous bar on the harbour. Download this guide here We have written these guides to help our guests and visitors to the Azores with urated