With a very complex eruptive history, the island is distinguished from the rest by the variety of traces of volcanic activity that assume peculiar forms. The Terceira Natural Park, the largest in the Azores archipelago, is made up of 20 protected areas spread over the island’s territory and the adjacent territorial sea.
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The island is rich in natural and endemic vegetation, offering magnificent landscapes of volcanic origin with an intimate connection between the green of the earth and the blue of the sea.
Walking tours are the perfect opportunity to climb mountains, walk along the seashore, through valleys and caldera, discover the volcanoes that gave rise to it, discover the natural vegetation and the way of life of the island’s people in harmony with nature.