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This page is under construction. There are so many opportunities to find some beauty and tranquillity within Sao Miguel, you are almost spoilt for choice. Take some time to get outside, do something healthy, and take a few deep breaths of

Join Ali and Una for a walking guide of the city. We'll tell you a little bit of history, to check out some of the local sights, restaurants and bars. Some of the highlights include: Praça Gonçalo Velho Cabral

Mountain Bike Trails: Valley of Lombadas Difficulty: ExpertThis is a beautiful ride from the top of the valley range in Riberia Grande to the abandoned spring water factory. This is a fast-paced downhill ride through some beautiful countryside. Best attempted with

Guests can download this guide >here We have written these guides to help our guests and visitors to the Azores with curated tips and suggestions. While we have visited each place, these are just our opinions. Should you have any feedback or

Guests can download this guide >here We have written these guides to help our guests and visitors to the Azores with curated tips and suggestions. While we have visited each place, these are just our opinions. Should you have any feedback or

Guests can download this guide >here We have written these guides to help our guests and visitors to the Azores with curated tips and suggestions. While we have visited each place, these are just our opinions. Should you have any feedback or

Guests can download this guide >here We have written these guides to help our guests and visitors to the Azores with curated tips and suggestions. While we have visited each place, these are just our opinions. Should you have any feedback or

Guests are welcome to download this guide > here Accessible from Sao Miguel via a ferry or a quick plane ride this is a small, peaceful island with several restaurants and cafes. We have written these guides to help our

Guests can download this guide > here Terceira is located in the central group of the Azores and has a population of 15,000 people. The highest point is Serra de Santa Barbara (1,022 m). The view from this point is breathtaking. The

Download this guide > here 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”