Sao Miguel is the largest of the Azores islands and is the second oldest after Santa Maria, gradually building from about 4 million years ago.
After an energetic day, it feels good to relax. The Quinta dos Curubás has a massage service, bookable at least one day in advance.
Meet whales and dolphins in one of the best places in the world for Whale watching, where the activity is sustainable and keeps alive some of the old whaling traditions.
From caves to submerged vessels that now are home to several species, the Azores have the perfect conditions for scuba diving. Discover the mysteries that hide beneath the waters of São Miguel.
Sailing and sunset cruises
Sail in the clear and warm waters of São Miguel and Santa Maria Islands, where you can watch the sunset with intense colours.
The Azores are internationally known as a must destination for Birdwatching, with 33 species of birds that come to nest and over 400 registered species.
Through Hills and Valleys, São Miguel isn’t short on walking trails. With abundant vegetation and waterfalls, black sand beaches and mountains, in São Miguel Island you have the opportunity to be at one with nature.