The Azores


The Azores are often described as "Europe meets Hawaii" with a mix of Iceland's striking volcanic landscapes, but those who visit these islands will quickly realize that they are truly unique beyond comparison. Having remained relatively off the radar for decades, the islands remained largely untouched and undiscovered by tourists, perfectly preserving their natural beauty and authenticity. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The mild, temperate climate gives these islands year-round appeal for nature lovers, adventure sport and wellness seekers, food and culture buffs, surfers looking for an off-season jaunt and even bloggers and photography enthusiasts who will be blown away by the endless content they’ll find on the islands.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Beach bums and ocean lovers will be pleasantly surprised by the islands’ gorgeous black sand beaches, natural ocean pools, and world-class diving. Being located in the middle of the Atlantic brings unpredictable weather no matter the season. But, no matter the forecast, visitors and locals alike can enjoy the thermal pools of the Azores any time of year. You can find warm water to relax in year-round in one of the many natural thermal pools and hot springs.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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