Terceira Island, Portugal

Terceira Island is one of the main entry points to the Azores, being marked by the contrast between the natural beauty and the historic center of Angra do Heroísmo, the first town in the Azores to be elevated to the status of a city and classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It has an area of 400.3 km2 and a total of 53.311 inhabitants.

Known for being a festive island, on Terceira it is possible to find all year round a diverse calendar of religious and traditional celebrations, as well as activities related to exhibitions, cultural associations, theater groups and diverse festivities that contribute to the promotion of the island's culture. Tourists visiting the island can also enjoy various bathing areas, forest parks, viewpoints, beaches, as well as visit all the cultural buildings and enjoy regional gastronomic products, where wine and meat stand out, enriching the whole experience of visiting the island.