SÃO JORGE.

CLIFFS, CRAGS AND FAJÃS.

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THE ISLAND OF CLAMS

Famous (mostly) for its cheese, which production reaches 1800 tonnes annually, São Jorge is quite a thin (only 8 km width) and long island with inhabitants living on various geological fajãs (debris fields). Some of them are known for delicious clams which are taken care of by local communities.

The island is said to be one of the most green and beautiful ones, whereas its rugged cliffs give a feeling of mysteriousness and magic. Many parts of the island are accessible only by foot and often those paths are part of the local trail system. Very steep and narrow roads in some parts might seem to be a challenge even for experienced drivers, nevertheless a car is the best way to commute when on the island.

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ALL ABOUT SÃO JORGE

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After over 10 years of travelling around Europe finally I found my place. Now I am thrilled to share with you my new home and invite you on this paradise journey.


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