What to visit, where and when to visit São Jorge Island in the Azores

What to visit, where and when to visit São Jorge Island in the Azores
Published by:   Toni Martins
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Recommended Season:   All year
Recommended time:   4 days
Since I visited São Jorge Island for the first time in 2012, I have been dazzled by so much beauty.
Taking now, November 2022 the opportunity to visit again, I didn't hesitate.
To get to the island of São Jorge, you have 2 options from the mainland.
On a flight with a stopover on the island of São Miguel or on the island of Terceira or a direct flight to the island of Faial and then by ferry from the City of Horta to Velas in São Jorge.
I opted for the Lisbon/Faial flight and then the ferry to São Jorge since I had planned to visit the 3 islands of the central group (Faial, Pico and São Jorge).
At this time of year, in both options, bad weather can force an extra night, whether on Faial or Terceira or São Miguel.
It's good not to forget that, as the Azoreans say, these islands have 4 seasons in a day and it can always happen to catch bad weather and have to stay overnight on the stopover.
São Jorge Island is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in terms of landscape.
To visit the island without leaving anything to see, you should organize yourself so that you can stay at least 4 days, in winter it might be better to think about a program for 5 or 7 days, especially if you like to go hiking.
My personal recommendation is as follows:
1 day - Ponta dos Rosais, Parque das Sete Fontes, Baloiço Viewpoint, Fajã João Dias.
2 day - Fajã dos Cubres, Fajã da Caldeira de Santo Cristo
3 day - Fajã dos Vimes, Fajã dos Bodes, Cascata do Cruzal and Topo
Pico da Esperança - Depending on the weather, you should only visit Pico da Esperança when the sky is clear, when you are making any of the visits informed above, as soon as you are sure and informed that Pico da Esperança is clear, interrupt the program and go do Pico.

It is advisable to always leave early (between 8:30 and 9:00 am) because when there is good weather it is usually in the morning, but do not forget that the weather is very unpredictable.

The best way to visit the island of São Jorge is to rent a car and go exploring. (Don't be afraid, you won't get lost and your phone's GPS has all the necessary information).
In my case, I rented a car in Faial and took the ferry to the other islands. It's more convenient when you have to carry your bags and the price might be justifiable if your flight is to Faial.
Another way and the most recommended for small groups is to hire the services of an agency that will take you to all these places and will also explain in detail important information related to the uses, customs and traditions of each of the places to visit.

The island of São Jorge does not offer many accommodation options, so especially in high season, you should book well in advance.
As a recommendation and from personal experience, I advise you to try accommodation in Vila de Velas because at night, that's where you'll have something to do.

In the contents below you will find detailed information on each of the places to visit and restaurants to eat.

It is important to take good shoes for walking even if you are not going to go on long walks, if you go outside the summer, it is advisable to take suitable clothes for the cold and rain.

The trip

Vila de Velas, São Jorge Island

  Paisagens nas redondezas da vila de Velas  
Velas
  Rua do centro histórico de Velas  
Velas
  Jardim da vila de Velas  
Velas
  Pormenor da beleza das flores do jardim da vila de  
Velas
  Jardim da vila de Velas  
Velas
  Rua do centro histórico de Velas  
Velas
  Paisagens nas redondezas da vila de Velas  
Velas
  Paisagens nas redondezas da vila de Velas  
Velas
  Paisagens nas redondezas da vila de Velas  
Velas
  Paisagens nas redondezas da vila de Velas  
Velas
  Panorâmica da Vila de Velas  
Velas
  Panorâmica da Vila de Velas  
Velas
  Igreja Matriz de São Jorge  
Velas
  Igreja Matriz de São Jorge  
Velas

Having been built in 1460, Velas was elevated to the category of village around the year 1500. The village of Velas is where you will find the largest housing cluster on the island of São Jorge.
A walk through the lower and historic part of the village is something you cannot miss, it is also in Velas that you will find more movement, more options where to eat (not to say that they are the best), but visiting the port and the marina is something not to be missed.
Something that you will find in Velas and throughout the island is cleanliness, the streets are very clean as well as the roads throughout the island.
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Ponta dos Rosais Lighthouse, Sao Jorge Island

  Vigia da Baleia, Ponta dos Rosais  
Rosais
  Ponta dos Rosais  
Rosais
  Ponta dos Rosais  
Rosais
  Promontório da Ponta dos Rosais  
Rosais

It is really worth visiting not only the Ponta dos Rosais Lighthouse but also that point of the island, even before reaching the Lighthouse there is one of the points where they used to stay looking at the sea waiting to observe the whales and sperm whales to warn the whaling vessels that waiting to hunt them.
The Lighthouse has its own history. It was inaugurated on May 1, 1958, but in 1964 it was temporarily abandoned by its inhabitants during the Rosais seismic crisis and the submarine eruption that then occurred in its vicinity. After the crisis, it remained inhabited until January 1, 1980, when it was definitively evacuated following the cliff collapses caused by the 1980 earthquake.
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Sete Fontes Forest Park, São Jorge Island


The Parque Florestal das Sete Fontes located almost at Ponta dos Rosais is a densely wooded park with several leisure spaces. Walking through the park you will find several lakes and several springs. Don't forget to bring bread to feed the ducks when visiting the park. It is very interesting to see that as soon as someone approaches the ducks leave the lakes towards the people waiting to receive bread or something that can serve as a delicacy.
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Mirador do Baloiço and Fajã João Dias, São Jorge Island

  Miradouro do Baloiço  
Beira

On the access to Fajã João Dias, the Baloiço Viewpoint offers us beautiful views of the coast and the Fajã below. Access to Fajã is on land, being difficult especially in the rainy season.
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Fajã do Ouvidor and Poça Simão Dias, São Jorge Island

  Vistas da Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Vistas da Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Vistas da Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Paisagens da Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Paisagens da Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Pormenor do que visitar na Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Vistas da Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Vistas da Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Paisagens da Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Casa típica da Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Pormenor da Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Pormenor da Fajã do Ouvidor  
Norte Grande
  Poça Simão Dias  
Norte Grande

Fajã do Ouvidor was for a long time the most famous on the Island, good access and with very beautiful landscapes along the descent to Fajã is very popular especially in the bathing season due to the natural pools of the famous Simão Dias pool.
It is the fajã with the largest number of permanent inhabitants, and today it has already lost its character due to the construction of houses with modern architecture.
Unfortunately I couldn't appreciate the beauty of the pools because when I visited the sea was rough and we couldn't get definition.
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Fajã da Ribeira da Areia, São Jorge Island

  Arco da Fajã da Ribeira da Areia  
Ribeira da Areia
  Vistas da Fajã da Ribeira da Areia  
Ribeira da Areia

The Fajã da Ribeira da Areia, is an interesting lava Fajã, with a very rugged coastline, and with several interesting elements, among them, the Arco da Fajã da Ribeira da Areia.
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Fajã da Penedia, São Jorge Island

  Vistas da Fajã da Penedia  
Norte Pequeno
  Vistas da Fajã da Penedia  
Norte Pequeno

Fajã da Penedia, despite access being on land, is still interesting to visit.
Just to enjoy the landscape while going down the mountain is worth the visit, Fajã da Penedia is one of the least inhabited, still remaining very original.
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Fajã dos Cubres, Sao Jorge Island

  Vistas da Fajã dos Cubres  
Fajã dos Cubres
  Vistas da Fajã dos Cubres  
Fajã dos Cubres
  Costa norte com as Fajãs dos Cubres e Santo Cristo  
Norte Pequeno
  Vistas da Fajã dos Cubres  
Fajã dos Cubres
  Vistas da Fajã dos Cubres  
Fajã dos Cubres
  Vistas da Fajã dos Cubres  
Fajã dos Cubres

Perhaps it is the most visited, or Fajã dos Cubres won the Aldeias de Mar category in the 7 Maravilhas de Portugal contest in 2017.
Access to Fajã dos Cubres is via a road cut into the rock, paved in 1993, where at the beginning of the descent there is one of the most beautiful viewpoints on the island from where you can appreciate all the beauty of the mountain falling to the sea, as well as such as the Fajãs of Santo Cristo, Belo and Cubres.
It is in Fajã dos Cubres that you can purchase a Moto4 transport service to take you to Fajã de Santo Cristo.
As soon as you enter, on the left side you will find the Paço tavern, this is where the service is rented, but it is also here in this tavern (kiosk) that you can taste the famous clams from Fajã de Santo Cristo.
When visiting Fajã, be sure to visit what remains of the old mill located in the middle of the lagoon, when I visited Fajã in 2012 the mill was still private and although it no longer works as a mill, it functioned as a place for its owner to socialize, having the privilege of being invited to visit him and taste the beautiful wines he kept there (I just remember waking up the next day having spent the night in the mill)
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Fajã da Caldeira de Santo Cristo, São Jorge Island

  Cascata Pequena, no acesso à Fajã do Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  Cascata Pequena, no acesso à Fajã do Santo Cristo  
  Trilha que dá acesso à Fajã do Santo Cristo  
  Casas típicas ao longo da trilha de acesso à Fajã do Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  Trilha que dá acesso à Fajã do Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  A beleza das flores ao longo da trilha que dá acesso à Fajã do Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  Pormenor da trilha que desce a serra em direção à Fajã do Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  Vista da Fajã do Santo Cristo a partir da trilha vindo da serra do Topo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  Igreja da Fajã do Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  As ruas em pedra na Fajã do Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  Chegando na Fajã do Santo Cristo vindo da Fajã dos Cubres  
Fajã da Caldeira
  Pormenor da trilha que desce para a Fajã do Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  Vistas da Fajã do Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  Pormenor da Fajã de Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  Caldeira da Fajã de Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira
  Caldeira da Fajã de Santo Cristo  
Fajã da Caldeira

Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful fajãs on the island of São Jorge.
Perhaps its fame and interest is due not only to its beauty but certainly to the difficulty of visiting it.
To visit this Fajã, you have 2 options.
1st option: Walk, you can go down the Serra do Topo by trail to Fajã. This is the most difficult way, it is not accessible to everyone because despite being downhill it takes more than 4 hours for people in good physical shape, because it can take more than 6 hours, the trail has a lot of rock, a lot of stone, a lot of mud and can be dangerous due to being slippery when it rains.
But without a doubt it's worth it, you'll pass through incredible landscapes and views, you'll pass one of the most beautiful waterfalls on the island, Cascata Pequena. Normally, those who take this walk pass by Fajã de Santo Cristo and end up at Fajã dos Cubres.
The other walk is from Fajã dos Cubres and head towards Fajã de Santo Cristo passing through Fajã do Belo. This is a walk that is more accessible to everyone, it takes about 1 hour and does not have many ups or downs, it is a more regular route.

2nd option: Rent a quad bike service in Fajã dos Cubres (right at the entrance to Fajã there is a Taberna kiosk, from PAÇO, even though it is closed, Paulo's phone number is there, just call and he will come to do the service. Costs €25 person per trip, €50 round trip.) If you choose to use this option, I recommend taking part of the trail that goes down by Moto4 up to Cascata Pequena, it is exciting because the trail is narrow, climbing over stones and rocks giving the feeling It will fall off all the time, but the drivers are very experienced, it's really worth it.

If you want to taste the famous clams of Fajã de Santo Cristo, I recommend that you do so at the Paço kiosk, where you can find the famous tuna steak, limpets and of course the famous clams.
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Vila do Topo, São Jorge Island


Located on the east end of the island, the village of Topo has two important attractions.
The lighthouse and the islet of Topo.
One thing I questioned as soon as I arrived at the end and looked at the islander was the curiosity to know how the cows ended up there. With my curiosity sharpened, I headed to the port to see if they had a special boat to load the cows and what was my astonishment when a local inhabitant explained to me that they swim attached to a boat that tows them there and of course back .

One of the biggest attractions in the village is the Espírito Santo festival in which they decorate the main street with flowers.
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Cruzal Waterfall, Sao Jorge Island

  Paisagens nas proximidades da Cascata do Cruzal  
Santo Antão
  Paisagens nas proximidades da Cascata do Cruzal  
Santo Antão

Cascata do Cruzal, is located next to the road when going towards the village of Topo on the south side of the island.
On the south side of the road, there is a short path of just over 100 meters through the vegetation until you reach the waterfall.
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Fajã dos Bodes, Sao Jorge Island

  Acesso à Fajã dos Bodes  
Fajã dos Vimes
  Paisagens da Fajã dos Bodes  
Barreiras
  Paisagens da Fajã dos Bodes  
Barreiras

Fajã dos Bodes is located a short distance from Fajã dos Vimes. To reach this Fajã, when you reach the church in Fajã dos Vimes, go left, you will take a dirt road just before entering Fajã dos Bodes, you will have an imposing waterfall on your left (if it rains during the day or the day before) with a water mill.
Continuing until the end of the fajã you will arrive at a tourist accommodation (Abrigo da Cascata), passing the accommodation (you must continue on foot) you will arrive at the suspension bridge of Fajã dos Cavaletes.
When visiting Fajã dos Vimes, do not miss the visit to this Fajã.
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Fajã dos Vimes, Sao Jorge Island

  Imagens da Fajã dos Vimes  
Fajã dos Vimes
  Imagens da Fajã dos Vimes  
Fajã dos Vimes
  Imagens da Fajã dos Vimes  
Fajã dos Vimes
  Imagens da Fajã dos Vimes  
Fajã dos Vimes
  Paisagens da Fajã dos Vimes  
Fajã dos Vimes
  Casas típicas da Fajã dos Vimes  
Fajã dos Vimes

Located in the southern part of the island of São Jorge, Fajã dos Vimes is also one of the places not to be missed. The access road to Fajã has very beautiful landscapes and breathtaking views.
If you visit in the rainy season, you will find beautiful waterfalls and watermills along the road.
It is in Fajã dos Vimes that you will find the only existing coffee plantation in the entire Azores archipelago, so when you enter Fajã, head towards the sea. Once you arrive at the church, turn right and carefully go to your right until you see the information about the café. Go, taste how good it is and enjoy the explanation of how they plant, harvest, roast and prepare the coffee.
Fajã dos Vimes is classified by Unesco as a Biosphere Reserve.
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Pico da Esperança, São Jorge Island

  Paisagens do Pico da Esperança  
Manadas
  Paisagens do Pico da Esperança  
Urzelina
  Paisagens do Pico da Esperança  
Manadas
  Paisagens do Pico da Esperança  
Manadas
  Paisagens do Pico da Esperança  
Urzelina
  Paisagens do Pico da Esperança  
Urzelina
  Memorial às vitimas do acidente aéreo no Pico da Esperança  
Manadas

One of the places not to be missed when visiting the island of São Jorge.
Before deciding to visit Pico da Esperança, visually check the weather conditions in the place because the conditions on Pico have nothing to do with the meteorological information on the rest of the island.
The best way to reach Pico da Esperança is to take the EN1 towards Urzelina. Shortly before reaching Urzelina, there is a branch to the right towards Urzelina and keeping left you will continue on the EN1, a little ahead there is a roundabout, go around it and head towards the mountain on the EN3. After 7.9km going up the mountain there is an entrance on the right on dirt ground (in very good condition), always follow this road, you will cross all the peaks including Pico da Esperança, you will pass by the memorial to the victims of the plane crash in that a plane crashed into Pico and was going to leave on the other side of the island in the village of Norte Grande. On this route, you will be able to have views of both sides of the island as well as the island of Pico.
A visit that is really worth it.
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Urzelina, Sao Jorge Island


Urzelina, its name derives from the presence of urzela dye lichens found on the cliffs of the area.
Visiting its port and historic center where you will find the tower of a church destroyed by lava during a volcanic eruption in 1808.
Nearby it is possible to observe the typical windmills of São Jorge that use a system of blades instead of sails.
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Restaurant Sabores Soberanos, options where to eat on São Jorge Island

  Restaurante Sabores Soberanos  
Relvinha
  Restaurante Sabores Soberanos  
São Roque do Pico
  Restaurante Sabores Soberanos  
São Roque do Pico
  Restaurante Sabores Soberanos  
São Roque do Pico

On the day we arrived on the island of São Jorge, we immediately set out to discover the island.
Despite it being drizzling, we decided to go anyway and we opted for that, heading towards the village of Topo using the EN1. As lunch time was approaching, we started by going carefully to see if we could find a roadside restaurant. Close to Calheta we saw this Sabores Soberanos restaurant, it seemed good to us and by chance the receptionist at the accommodation where we stayed had already mentioned the name. As we had gotten up early, taken the ferry crossing from Faial to São Jorge, despite it being just before noon, we were already in the mood for lunch and so we decided to stop.
A good surprise, we were the first, there were some delicious starters and for the main course we decided to try the filet mignon à bulhão pato with clams from Fajã de Santo Cristo.
We also took the opportunity to try a wine from the island of Pico and with nothing planned it was a beautiful lunch that we recommend to anyone visiting the island of São Jorge.
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Taberna do Paço, Fajã dos Cubres, São Jorge Island

  As famosas ameijoas, Taberna do Paço, Fajã dos Cubres  
Fajã dos Cubres
  As famosas ameijoas, Taberna do Paço, Fajã dos Cubres  
Fajã dos Cubres
  Taberna do Paço, Fajã dos Cubres  
Fajã dos Cubres
  Taberna do Paço, Fajã dos Cubres  
Fajã dos Cubres
  Taberna do Paço, Fajã dos Cubres  
Fajã dos Cubres

Right at the entrance to Fajã dos Cubres on the left side there is a small space where you can rent quad bikes to go to Fajã da Caldeira de Santo Cristo.
Well, it sounds like a joke, but this is where you can eat the best clams in Fajã de Santo Cristo, but it's not just clams, limpets and excellent tuna and other grilled fish.
This space is famous for its tuna steak.
It is very important when eating clams to know if they are fresh or frozen and if they have been frozen for how many days.
Here we eat the best clams and the best limpets.
The price, despite being high, cannot be considered expensive as these clams are caught in small quantities and only exist in Fajã do Santo Cristo.
We were 7 people, we ate very well, we drank even better and the price was €37 per person, not forgetting that the owner opened the tavern on purpose for us.
If you intend to enjoy these delicacies and the space is closed, take note of Paulo Cesar's telephone number: +351 91 482 5419. This number can also be used to request or reserve the quad bike service to and from Fajã de Santo Cristo.
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Branquinho Restaurant, São Jorge Island

  Restaurante Branquinho, Ilha de São Jorge  
Arrifina
  Doce típico de São Jorge  
Arrifina
  Bacalhau à Casa  
Arrifina
  Polvo à Lagareiro  
Arrifina
  Bife à Casa, Restaurante Branquinho  
Arrifina

Another restaurant I recommend on the island of São Jorge.
The Branquinho restaurant, like all the others we visit, has very short opening hours, taking into account what we are used to.
We almost didn't have lunch because we arrived at 14:00 and that's when they close.
Since we arrived in São Jorge, several people have recommended this restaurant to us and it was really worth it.
Friendly staff, excellent food and fair price is what all of us customers are looking for.
The restaurant is on the road that goes from Vila de Velas to Ponta dos Rosais, about 5km from Velas.
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8 países (Republica Checa, Áustria, Eslováquia, Hungria, Croácia, Eslovénia, Itália, Alemanha)
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Itinerary for: Czech Republic
Distance to travel: 3370 km
Published by: Antonio Martins
Rota das Barragens ao Sul do Rio Tejo
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Itinerary for: Portugal
Distance to travel: 749 km
Published by: Antonio Martins
 

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