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  • Explore this remote archipelago
  • Good chances to enjoy some whale watching
  • Enjoy a meal cooked in volcanic soil
The Azores are truly a one-of-a-kind type of place. True, they may be part of Portugal, but their remote location over 1000 km west from the Portuguese coast lends them a 'castaway' kind of feel - visiting the Azores, you'll truly be able to immerse yourself in nature. There are so many things to do and see around the Azores that one trip will not be enough, and you'll surely start to plan coming back to explore more. The Azores archipelago is formed by nine major islands - you'll find Flores and Corvo to the west; Graciosa, Terceira, São Jorge, Pico, and Faial in the centre, and São Miguel and Santa Maria, to the east. Cruising and sailing are a great way to explore the Azores, since they extend for more than 600 km - hopping from one island to another you'll discover that each Azores island is unique in terms not only of landscape but also of culture and language, since they were all settled at different times. While you sail, keep your eyes peeled for whales - the Azores are one of Europe's best places for whale watching! The islands are of volcanic origin and you'll be able to enjoy some amazing volcano-related activities such as climbing Pico mountain, swimming in geothermal pools or enjoying meals cooked in volcanic soil - definitely a novel take on gourmet Portuguese! Planning to visit Azores? Keep browsing our listings and start packing now!
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Bavaria 41 Cruiser · Sailing Yacht · 8 ppl
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