21 Mar '17, 3pm

islands

Aside from the nine islands that make up the archipelago, there are a few small towns with burgeoning dining scenes and some boutique hotels, hot springs, endless adventure activities (think horses, diving, kayaking) and of course one small island, São Jorge—with a marvelous coffee plantation. “The Azores has been waiting to be taken seriously as a perfect getaway destination—it has everything Europe has, but it’s just a little easier to navigate,” says Luis Nunes, whose family operates coffee farms (and a tourism company) on São Jorge. Just a quick hopper plane from the main island (where Ponta Delgado is the capital in case you’re wondering)—and you’ve arrived minutes later.

Full article: http://sprudge.com/azores-coffee-114431.html

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