In the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, between the American continent and the European continent, there are 9 islands, all of them of volcanic origin, all of them inhabited and with unique characteristics.

The islands of the archipelago were divided into three geographic groups: the Eastern Group, comprising Santa Maria and São Miguel, the Central Group comprising the islands of Terceira, Graciosa, São Jorge, Pico and Faial, and the Western Group comprising the islands of Corvo and Flores.

The Azores are moving towards sustainability and assumes, at a regional and institutional level, the capacities, knowledge, competences and commitment to sustainable development. Recently, it was awarded by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) the certification of sustainable tourist destination.

A destination in the middle of the Atlantic, internationally recognized as preserved volcanic islands, of exuberant, exclusive nature, of mystical beauty, where the visitor is welcomed as a special guest who, in safety, has at his disposal a variety of land and sea activities that will leave you dazzled!

São Miguel Island


São Miguel (green island - because of the pastures and forests): São Miguel is the largest island in the Azores Archipelago. The main tourist attractions are...

Pico Mountain


Gray Island for its Mountain. Pico Island is the second largest island in the Azores Archipelago. It owes its name to a majestic volcanic mountain, the Pico Mountain...

Faial Island


Faial (blue island - for the blue hydrangeas): Historic city on the island of Faial, Horta is a delight for all who visit it. The city has many attractions...

São Jorge Island


São Jorge (brown island - by the rocks at Ponta dos Rosais): Known as the island of Fajãs: Fajã da Caldeira de Santo Cristo, natural reserve and ecological area...

Flores Island


Flores (pink island - due to the azaleas): Fajã Grande, the most populated location on the island, is located on the west coast, bounded by the huge slope of Rocha da Fajã...

Terceira Island


Terceira (lilac island - by the lilac trellises): Angra do Heroísmo is the largest city in Terceira with a population of over 10 thousand inhabitants...

Graciosa Island


Graceful white stones (by): its beautiful zones, big white islands - island with its beautiful natural stones (the big white stones). Here you can visit Furna...

Corvo Island


Corvo (black island - by lava and walled fields): The smallest island in the Azores. Here you can visit the Caldeirão, a crater 300 meters deep...

Santa Maria Island


Santa Maria (yellow island - due to the broom that abounds there): Known for its beaches and bays, which refer to paradisiacal places, Praia Formosa, Baia de São Lourenço...