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    Azoris Royal Garden S. Miguel
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    Azoris Angra Garden Terceira
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Triad of Gastronomy, Nature and Culture

The second most populated island in the Azores, with 56,437 inhabitants (2011 data), Terceira Island has an area of around 401.9 km 2 . It is the most eastern island of the five that make up the Central Group of the Autonomous Region of the Azores. It was the third island found by Portuguese navigators, probably between the end of 1420 and the beginning of 1430, beginning with the designation Ilha de Jesus Cristo. Mindful of its historic past full of great achievements, Terceira currently remains a dynamic island within the archipelago, with the historic center of Angra do Heroísmo recognized, in 1983, as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

The dominant green of the island's interior fades to its periphery, where centuries-old human occupation and the colorful houses of the localities dictate their rules. And where the lilac color of the building facades gains weight, especially in Angra do Heroísmo. You can enjoy boat trips to observe cetaceans and dolphins and incredible natural pools, among many other activities.

Terceira island breathes culture through every pore. There are several cultural institutions and associations, theater groups and temporary or permanent exhibition venues that contribute to the promotion of the island's culture. The festive island: more than a slogan or an epithet, it is an undeniable reality, which the hospitality of the people of Terceira is keen to preserve and value.

Terceira's gastronomy is famous for its rump, usually beef but also fish. In confectionery, the Dona Amélia cakes stand out, where sugar cane honey and cinnamon are associated with currants and citrons. The coscorões, the cornucopias (with egg jam filling) or the rice pudding round off the list of desserts.

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Hotel Location

Azoris Angra Garden is located in the historic center of Angra do Heroísmo, where you can enjoy the cultural and commercial richness of the city. Nearby you will find the City Hall, the Teatro Angrense, the stunning Igreja da Sé, the Museum that is housed in the Convent of São Francisco, the Cultural and Congress Centre, the Observatório do Ambiente dos Açores; bars, terraces, restaurants, minimarkets, pharmacies, post offices; between others. The airport is located at a distance of 20 minutes by car from the center of Angra do Heroísmo.

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From the airport to the hotel, you can take a bus or a taxi.

Within the city of Angra do Heroísmo you can use the Minibus to travel to and from the hotel, on any of the routes.

If you prefer to rent a car, contact us for advantageous rental options for our guests.
The hotel does not have a car park, but there are some car parks (free and paid) in the vicinity. Paid seats cost between €0.60 and €0.80/hour (free period on weekdays, between 6:00 pm and 7:59 am, and on weekends, from noon to Saturday and Sundays throughout the day). See parks above in PARKING.

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