When is the best time to travel to the Azores?The Azores’ year-round mild climate gives the islands a fresh, spring like quality no matter when you visit. No matter what the weather is back home, it is always between 52 and 75 degrees F in the Azores. Summer arrives in July and often stays until December.
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Referred to locally as 'The Green Island,' Sao Miguel is the largest and most populous island in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores. Located in the Atlantic Ocean, its scenery offers sandy beaches, green hills and plains and crystal-blue ocean views. (Flickr/Tim Sackton) 50 Amazing Mediterranean Destinations You Have To See (PHOTOS) | The Weather Channel
Five Things You Won't Want to Miss in Funchal, Madeira | Via Huffington Post | 14.11.2014 - The mild weather, tropical vegetation and warm waters of Madeira make it a deservedly popular holiday destination. The island itself is varied and well worth exploring but don't neglect the charms of its capital city, Funchal. Since most visitors use it as a base, here are five delightful ways of making the most of your time in Funchal. #Portugal
Capelas It's trees are slow growing and spreading, from St. Michael,Azores. One of the best figs in the North Hemisphere if planted in the ground. Good tree for growing in a pot. Fruit is large and of outstanding quality. Breba is huge. Very sweet even in cold weather.