Just recently (last saturday the 28th March) the prestigious news publication “The Guardian” published the “The Azores holiday guide” with travel tips on what to see plus the best bars, restaurants and places to stay. Unsurprisingly, this guide is published with the start of two new low cost air routes to Azores, from Portugal and UK.
Azores, a Portuguese volcanic archipelago of nine islands divided in three distinct groups, in the mid-Atlantic, somewhere between Lisbon and New York, feels like a world unto itself. But the two new direct low-cost air routes, operated by Easyjet and Ryanair, are about to bring the enchanted islands within easier reach.
The following amateur video, shot while on holidays by a tourist, gives you a better feel of the natural beauty of Azores that you may experience yourself while on Holidays.
Batalha Golf Course is essentially flat in nature and equipped with excellent infrastructures. Set on a historic site (the name Batalha derives from the battle waged here between liberal and absolutist troops in the 19th century fighting for political control of the island of São Miguel), to the North, the course faces seawards, whilst in the East it looks towards the hills, with higher mountains to the South.
The fact that the course was built on volcanic rock created difficulties in its design and has resulted in a spectacular contrast between the green playing areas and the dry woods standing on rocky soil to the side of these. The holes are long and wide with large undulating greens, flanked by tall trees.
Source: theguardian.com, azorespackage.com
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