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Volcano-filled landscapes and rare wines await you in Portugal's Pico, one of the nine islands comprising the Azores archipelago. Typical accommodations include stone cottages and villas with pools.
Vineyards and fertile fields
The wine growing cellars of the island are part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The fulsome, richly flavoured wines of the region are also famed worldwide, and served with the Queiijo do Pico, a fabulous local cheese.
At Ancradouro restaurant near Madelena, you can watch exquisite sunsets over the ocean as you dine al fresco on fresh fish and seafood, amidst a comfortable and lively atmosphere.
During the summer months, the warmth brings forth melons, pineapples, and tomatoes. Dig into delectable fresh fruits and vegetables grown on the fertile lava fields.
Museums of wine and whaling
Explore streets arising from the island's distinctive black lava stone and wend your way to the Museu do Vinho. Here, you can learn more about viticulture and oenology on the island.
To get the full picture of the island's industrial heritage, continue from the museum of wine to the whale museum in Sao Roque do Pico, Museu dos Baleeiros.
Ponta de Pico and snorkelling with dolphins
Snorkel with dolphins off the Azores. Guided tours take you to the spots where the dolphins swim every day. The expert guides explain the behaviour of these fascinating native creatures.
Whale watching is another popular Azores activity. The mountain's observation towers allow you to look out for miles till you catch a glimpse of the surfacing whales, sometimes together with their calves.
To finish, take in the views from the summit of the volcano Ponta do Pico. Its coastal location offers a panoramic vista of the Azores. It is Portugal's highest mountain. Lava fields in the western part of the island are an otherworldly terrain that make for perfect snapshots.
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