An autonomous region of Portugal located just two hours flight from Lisbon in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Azores archipelago will delight lovers of hiking and wilderness, far from the crowds of mass tourism. This still unknown destination is divided into nine islands of volcanic origin, each of which has its dominant colour (blue island of Faial, black island of Pico, green island of São Miguel, red island of São Jorge, etc.) according to their geological characteristics. From São Miguel, the large island with twin lakes, to the tiny Corvo, the volcano of Pico, the highest point of the archipelago (2,351 m) to the geothermically heated natural pools of Ponta da Ferraria, the escapade programme is extremely rich. Travel from island to island with the tourist guide of the Azores in the middle of thousands of hydrangeas, to meet the immense caldera of Faial, the black sandy beaches of Ribeira Quente, the endless chasms of Terceira, the breathtaking waterfalls of Flores, the turquoise blue water lagoon of Santo Cristo, the lush garden of Terra Nostra, not to mention a stopover at the world-famous port of Horta, a stroll through the streets steeped in the history of Angra do Heroísmo or even an observation of the cetaceans that cross the area.