The Festival will take place in the restaurants of the Island, during their opening hours....
The fifth edition of TREMOR runs from March 20 to 24 on the island of São Miguel, Azores. In...
Azores Airlines Rallye, this year, already in its 53rd edition, will be present again on the...
The show, the first of the Azorean company Cães do Mar, has an irreverent tone and crosses...
Visit the Azores While They’re Still a Best-Kept Secret
Sand, salty air, waterfalls and postcard-worthy ocean views. They’re all words used to describe our favourite tropical travel destinations. But this destination is different. It’s one of Europe’s best-kept secrets, and it offers all of the warmth, adventure, and natural beauty of the world’s top island destinations without the overwhelming crowds, high-rise resorts and traffic that coincide with mass tourism.
What’s new in the Azores?
Very possibly Portugal’s best-kept secret, the Azores are nine volcanic islands some 900 miles from the coast of Portugal. Beautiful, dramatic, with design-conscious places to stay and eat, thermal pools in lush forests, and great, sweeping beaches, the Azores are widely recognised as a bastion of green tourism.
The Azores is one of the world’s best-kept secrets. See it now before the hordes arrive.
Das Origens para a Terra
Reunir chefs. Mostrar o produto açoriano, o genuíno, da terra e do mar. Mostrar São Miguel e o seu potencial. Juntar tudo e deixar marinar para, no jantar especial, exibir os sabores da ilha no prato.
A Trip to Europe’s Most Remote Spa Resort is Easier than You Think
This volcanic hot spring paradise is less than five hours from the United States.
This Magical Hot and Cold Lagoon Is Better Than a Spa — and It's Totally Natural
On the westernmost point of São Miguel, the largest island in the Azores, lies a sulfurous hot spring that’s been used by swimmers and wellness tourists since the Portuguese first populated the archipelago in the 15th century.
The Azores Aren’t the ‘Next Iceland’ — and That’s Exactly Why You Should Go
“Everyone says the Azores are the new Iceland,” says Catarina Maia, emphatic despite the patchy connection on our transatlantic call between New York and Ponta Delgada. “Small population, beautiful landscape, hidden treasure, close to the U.S. — and tons of hot springs.”
22 reasons why everyone is going to Portugal right now
Floating in the Atlantic Ocean, some 850 miles from mainland Portugal, the Azores was described as “the Hawaii of the Atlantic” by Telegraph Travel’s Chris Leadbeater.
Your Guide to the Azores, Europe's Next Hot Island Escape
The Azores are decidedly neither here nor there, a series of mid-Atlantic volcanic nodes where the tectonic plates of Eurasia, North America, and Africa collide. Europe is nearby. So is the Sahara. The latitude is northern (parallel with Delaware), yet the nine-island archipelago, an autonomous region of Portugal, has been called the Hawaii of the Atlantic, in part because of its teeming biodiversity.