By: Andreia Meneses, 38, Aesthetics professional

The Azores are undoubtedly 9 islands where you can breathe fresh air, health and vitality, authentic refuges for moments of relaxation and balance, providing the well-being of those who visit them. Each one of them has unique properties and characteristics that make them a source of pure and natural ingredients of enormous potential.

Terceira Island is distinguished by the experiences, traditions and activities it offers, which, when combined with specific health and wellness programs, is a complete and perfect combination for all those who visit us and especially for nature lovers. The numerous natural pools are a privilege, one of the most complete therapies, Thalassotherapy. It is a source of vital elements that allows you to have a virtuous action on physical and mental well-being. Along with this therapy, Terceira has several Spa programs, with perfect combinations, pure and unique, that allows to adapt to the specific needs of each person.

By Teresa Lopes, 37,  BSc Science in Communications

Terceira Island can be a great refuge when we want to free ourselves from the “diseases of modern life “and recover the energy. Moments of relaxation are essential to restore balance and escape the routine. The sun, the clean air and the clear waters can be complemented with some wellness sessions. After an intense day of activities on the island, the regenerative effects of elements such as hot volcanic stones do not fail! A simple relaxation massage or programs that combining perfectly the nature, gastronomy, exercise and relaxation are some of the options that can add a special charm to your stay on Terceira Island!

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