Corvo, considered by UNESCO to be a World Biosphere Reserve, it's the smallest of the nine islands, with an area of only 6.5mi² (17.1km²).
Faial Island is teeming with Azorean heritage, unbounded botanical gardens and caldeiras, and access to the Atlantic’s best seawater activities.
Named after the island's abundant flowers, particularly hydrangeas, Flores Island is a magical tranquil place of stunning nature reserves.
Graciosa (gracious in English) truly takes after its name. The island is classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Biosphere Reserve and has quite interesting sights and places of interest.
Pico Island is known for its remarkable pattern of stone-walled vineyards (currais) which paint its stunning green landscape, its rocky lava shores, and for its towering Pico Mountain (the tallest peak in all of Portugal).
Santa Maria Island
Santa Maria is a small but beautiful island with warm weather, picturesque villages and unusually white sandy beaches.
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