I'm going to Azores from Feb 14th to March 2nd.

I'm going to Azores from Feb 14th to March 2nd. I'm staying a family home on Santa Maria but I plan on seeing as many islands as I can.

Anyone been before? What would you recommend seeing? I just want to get out of the city and see something new with this trip, so I'd be happy with hiking and seeing the land.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    YOU'RE GOING TO ATLANTIS

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Azores are one of the most underrated islands. Not many hype or instagram fame around them, but there's soo much to see and explore in there.

    If you want to see all of the Azores islands - it will take you at least a month. Highly recommend to pick 2 islands for your period and explore everything there is about them.

    Prepare to hike a lot and try to adapt to the weather, it could be very rainy and cloudy in Feb-March.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      What's the cooming situation? Any african big booty queens? Any brothels?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Nope, the only option is Tinder which is also very limited due to low supply of tourists.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Just go to a bar and talk to women you fricking pussy

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Is it underrated? I see soys shill it all the time on youtube https://youtu.be/-z7_Dq_aGoA?si=mCHs5_4Nd-p3BoVu

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    aint no frickin pussy on the azores tell you that much

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I’ve gone. It’s beautiful. Bring good hiking boots and some semi-insulated rainproof gear. You’ll need a rental car to visit the rural areas with any reliability.

    On Sao Miguel, check out the big ass two toned lake, the pineapple plantations, the tea plantation, the distillery where they make the liquors, and the hot springs. There’s also some abandoned hotel you can explore and hike around, I believe it’s on the western half of the island.

    Deceptively dense tourist location. So long as you’re not one of the fat ass tour bus losers the locals will be very pleasant.

    Oh, also the churches in Ponta Delgado.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Why does this place get so little attention?
    It's got easily the most perfect climate on the planet. And the people are nice. And the food is good. Yeah its sleepy but so was Hawaii before air travel.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's hard to get to, not many flights to Azores.

      They don't have that much rental spaces for many tourists and in general they don't seem to care about tourism.

      They also do not have many fancy restaurants, promenades and other materialistic nonsense that most of the modern day tourists desire.

      So in my head - perfect place to go without hordes of instamaxers and room temperature IQ boomers to enjoy the beauty of the islands.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Food is unsophisticated but good and cheap. Lots of cheese, lots of burgers.
    Angra de Heroismo is beautiful and very comfy
    Flores is incredibly beautiful and desolate

    Friendly people everywhere but you should speak a little Portuguese to make your own life comfy.

    Check out accommodation in advance in Flores.

    In Flores car rental is not that necessary if you find a cab driver that can take you places. There are something like 8 on the island.

    Car rental on the other islands is recommended though, you can usually find one for less than 50 euro per day.

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