#3 - Blue & Green Lake & Fire Lake Craters

Shore excursion itinerary

On this shore excursion we will visit the main West and Central sites of São Miguel, specifically Sete Cidades volcano and a collection of lagoons, with special attention for the Green and Blue lagoons, once considered one of the 7 wonders of Portugal. We will also visit the Fogo Lagoon and it’s volcano, well known for it’s magnificent lake with white sandy beaches and crystal clear water.

We will begin our tour by driving through the South coast on the way to the city of Lagoa, continuing on to the mountain of the volcano of Fogo, South side, enjoying spectacular landscaping views over the West, volcano of Sete Cidades, as well as South, Central and North sides of the Island.

At the top of the volcano, Pico da Barrosa, standing at 947 meters high, you will be mesmerized with the view over the big volcanic caldeira of Fogo and it’s magnificent lake with the same name.

After this wonderful stop we will take you downtown Ribeira Grande which became a city on June 29th 1981 a very picturesque city with an original garden build around the water stream. This is also the town where you will have the opportunity to have a coffee break.

To continue our tour, we will take the North coast of the Island towards Pico do Carvão that takes us to the famous view of Vista do Rei; we will be seeing spectacular landscaping views, such as North, Central and South coasts of the island, as well as the Fogo volcano located in the middle of the Island surrounded by green vegetation.

The farm village of Sete Cidades located at the bottom of the crater with the same name will be visited where you will have the opportunity to look at the church of Saint Nicolas built in 1857.

The return to Ponta Delgada will be trough the South coast where we will stop at the “Miradouro do Escalvado” where you will have a superb view over the fishing village of Mosteiros, with beautiful summer homes, beaches and natural pools, and the famous rocks leftovers of an extinct volcano.

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