Azores part 2: Hiking + Swimming

Sao Miguel, The AzoresDownload my new book, Sao Miguel, the Azores: A Traveler’s Guide for the complete guide to the Azores, including more about what to wear, hiking and swimming, Azores eats, and getting around.

Why an ebook? Ebooks are a great way to find and access all the relevant information on a topic in one convenient place.

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Now back to the Azores….

This is an island for frugal people like me! Most of the fun stuff – like hiking and swimming – is completely free.  The island is set up for exploring – be sure to pack your adventure shoes! And your bathing suit.

Miraduoro – From this viewpoint you can see both the north and south shores of Sao Miguel (to the right and left) and a piece of Lagoa do Fogo all the way to the right of the picture.

First, some vocabulary: a MIRADUORO is a viewpoint. They are all over the island of Sao Miguel and are well marked with brown signs. They all have parking and overlook a beautiful vista. Most of your adventures in the Azores will start at a miraduoro.

To learn more about our favorite miraduors, hiking and swimming spots on Sao Miguel check out my new ebook, Sao Miguel, the Azores: A Traveler’s Guide.

This book includes all the details on hiking….

  • Terra Nostra

  • Lagoa de Fogo

  • Sete Cidades

  • The Bath house … and more!

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