In the Azores, there is a network of approximately 60 mapped trails, all of great biogeological, historical and ethnographical interest. They are classified in accordance with their level of difficulty, distance and type of route (linear or circular).
As you walk inland from the coast, you will enjoy a stunning landscape marked by dense coastal woods, in particular, juniper trees and the remains of laurissilva forest. But there is much more to see than just vegetation. There are also waterfalls, vineyards, typical homes, windmills, fishing boats, and coral. What’s more, on the coast, there are tidal pools nestling among unique rock formations.