Lajes do Pico (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈlaʒɨʒ ðu ˈpiku]) is a municipality in the southern part of the Azores. The municipality is located is on the southern part of the Pico Island. The population in 2011 was 4,711, in an area of 155.31 km². It is bordered by Madalena to the west and by São Roque do Pico to the north.
Restaurants in Lajes do Pico
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Espaço Talassa the original dolphins and Whale Watching in the Azores. Since 1989, we always have in mind that Homo sapiens dream could be cetacean nightmare
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Climb Pico Mountain, the highest point of Portugal, in two different ways: during the day and during the night to see the sunrise. Activities with certified guide who will make you know about geological diversity, fauna and flora of this natural reserve, as well as other specificities about the island and the Azores... feel free to ask :)
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Épico offers tailor-made experiences to discover Pico island in an epic way! If you like adventure, we invite you to climb to highest point of Portugal with our certified guides. We also offer walking trails, massages in nature, an experience between the cows, and much more! Each person is unique. Each experience also. We create activities according to your time and interests. Because epic people deserve epic moments!
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Hominis natura is an enthusiastic young company based on the Island of Pico. We are thrilling to give you, your family and friends a once in a lifetime experience. We see life from a different angle and extend that view in our company philosophy. We deeply care for nature and good local food which is why we try to contribute to conserve the environment and develop local sustainability with our actions. We are a fusion of Azorean and Belgian culture. Together we speak English, Português, Nederlands and Français. We would love to share our knowledge and experience with you so come and join us on one of our activities.
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Excellent small museum. Exhibits well laid out . Good information albeit sad about the whaling operation in Pico Black and White film superb
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The look-out post of Queimada, was closed in 1984. It was le last one in the Azores used for hunting. It regained its original vocation "watching the sea" in 1991 when Espaço Talassa renovated it for a pacific use 2Whale watching". It cover some 50 miles from the east to the west and 20 miles from the north to the south on a 200 degree radius. The look-out post of Queimada is the only one in the archipelago that has 2 levels, what is for dolphin and whale fanatics an ideal tool. Visitors, mainly students or scientists who are interested in watching animals in their natural environment use the first level from May to October. They are assisted by experienced lookouts posted in the second level.
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