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Azoren Wie schön die Welt doch ist, denkt der Azoren-Besucher, und zwar zu Wasser und zu Land. Delphine und Wale
verhalten sich aber nicht immer so, wie man es gerne hätte. 

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Von Schweiz

Schwarzer Tee aus Europa

„Plantações de Chá Gorreana“ liegt an der Nordküste von São Miguel/ Azoren. Hier wird seit fünf Generationen Grün- und Schwarztee produziert – eine der beiden Plantagen, die es in Europa noch gibt. 

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Von Deutschland

Grün- und Schwarztee aus Europa

Der Blick schweift über die sanften Hügel der Azoreninsel São Miguel, die nicht mit Kaffee-, sondern mit Teesträuchern bedeckt sind.  

Von Land & Leute veroffentlicht


Von Deutschland

Public Art in the Azores

Entranced by well-executed graffiti art on a Portuguese island, a visitor digs deeper into Azores art—more often in the streets than in museums—on the isolated Azores archipelago.

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Von Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika

Just my cup of tea: An island-hopping adventure in the very verdant Azores

Legend has it that car-maker Henry Ford offered his customers a choice of colours: black, black or black. The Azores are similar, only in green. Forget Fifty Shades: visit this Portuguese archipelago and you’ll find yourself saturated in more verdancy than you could ever imagine.

 

 

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Von Vereinigtes Königreich

Azores by bike

While taking in the history and panoramic views on a bike ride around the volcanic island of Pico in the Azores, Pete Coombs and his family found they also caught the attention of the local residents – including a herd of cows...

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Von Vereinigtes Königreich

The Azores: Small dots of bright green on the map

Keen to get in the mood for the Chelsea Flower Show centenary next week, Mark Rowe travelled to the mid-Atlantic for one of the Royal Horticultural Society's first garden holidays

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Von Vereinigtes Königreich

The islands with green fingers: A blooming marvellous horticultural break to the Azores

To spend a week in the Azores is to fall under a spell. This cluster of verdant islands warmed by ocean currents is 900 miles from the nearest continent. From the air, it looks like a string of emeralds tossed on ruffled grey velvet

 

 

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Von Vereinigtes Königreich

“One of the best tours in Europe”

Only five hours distance from Toronto, the Azores Archipelago means nature and protected environments. There is every shade of green and the lush pastures streaked with blue hydrangea in fields bordered with ferns and flowers. Many flowers sprinkle the slopes running down to the sea. Chestnut, beech and other trees intersperse the remains of the Laurisilva forest that predate human settlement. And there are all the volcanic features of craters and cones, lava flows, cliffs, ravines and caves, fumaroles and lagoons. Those are the natural ingredients to these islands that serve up stunning landscapes framed by the deep blue of the sea beyond.

Von Everything Zoomer.com veroffentlicht


Von Vereinigtes Königreich

A Public Art Festival

Are you an art lover and traveler?  Then you’ll likely love the summer Azores Walk&Talk Public Art Festival.

This summer, the island of São Miguel in The Azores will play host to Walk&Talk, the archipelago’s third, annual international public arts festival.

As the westernmost point of Europe, The Archipelago of the Azores are comprised of nine islands belonging to Portugal in the middle of the North Atlantic. The volcanic islands are known for their volcanic craters, lakes, sea, thermal pools, mountains, flora and fauna and marine life.
 

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Von Vereinigtes Königreich


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