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About the island

The Wonders of Graciosa

Classified by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve, Graciosa has a tranquil environment and simple beauty that conquers anyone who passes through.

Places to visit

Barro Vermelho
Red Neighborhood
Porto Afonso
Porto Afonso
Praça de Touros
Monte de Nossa Senhora da Ajuda
Mount of Nossa Senhora da Ajuda
Moinhos de Vento
Furnas de Enxofre
Furnas de Enxofre
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Graciosa's festivities include: Carnival, considered the most festive in the Azores; the Dedication of the Holy Spirit festivities, with popular festivities called "Bodos" and the Senhor Santo Cristo dos Milagres festivities, the island's largest celebration.


Gastronomy and Wines

Graciosa's gastronomy is known for its fresh fish from the Azores, usually served in "caldeiradas" or roasted. Garlic, Graciosa cantaloupe and white island cheese are also products of choice. The range of autochthonous drinks includes the Graciosa wine, the old brandies, the scaffold and the angelica, known throughout the archipelago.