Asked by: Dulcina Isenbock
asked in category: General Last Updated: 29th June, 2020

What is the Azores known for?

Home to about 250,000 people, the Azores are known for their vibrantly-colored blue green lakes, fertile prairies, volcanic craters, colorful hydrangeas, 15th century churches, and majestic manor houses.

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Similarly, you may ask, is Azores worth visiting?

Ponta Delgada will be your first destination in the archipelago. A good thing about Azores is that you can visit it in the most gloomy winter months of the year and still enjoy. Even if you have just a few days, while visiting Portugal, it is so worth it to travel to Azores, at least for a long weekend!

Similarly, which of the Azores Islands is best to visit? São Miguel

Regarding this, what does Azores mean?

-zôrz′) also A·ço·res (ä-sôr′ĕsh) A group of volcanic islands in the northern Atlantic Ocean about 1,450 km (900 mi) west of mainland Portugal, of which they are administrative districts. Fishing, farming, and tourism are important to their economy.

What nationality is the Azores?

Portuguese

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