Visit the heart of the North Atlantic
The Island of São Jorge is part of the Central Group of the Azores Archipelago. It features a long volcanic ridge stretching from northwest to southeast. With a length of 54 km and a maximum width of 6.9 km, São Jorge has plenty of steep cliffs that either come to an end in the deep blue sea or in small flat areas at sea level, the famous fajãs. The island coastline includes rocky and jagged tips that penetrate the sea, small and sheltered inlets and caves to explore.