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Azory Bradt Azores

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Rodzaj produktu: przewodnik
Producent: Bradt
Język: angielski
Data wydania: 2006 12
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Glittering blue coastlines and spectacular volcanic landscapes characterize the nine islands of the Azores that erupted from beneath the Atlantic Ocean up to five million years ago. Packed with all the latest practical information, this third edition of "Azores" leads you through the elegant old towns and lush gardens of these isolated isles. Walk along Europe's westernmost coast on Flores, visit Europe's only tea plantations or explore the hot springs and gurgling mud pools of Furnas. For sheer escapism and a warm welcome, the Azores are hard to beat. *Watch whales and dolphins in their natural habitat *Climb the dormant Pico Volcano *Explore the islands by car or on foot *Nature reserves and illustrated plant guide *Festivals, culture and history *Language essentials

These mid-Atlantic Portuguese islands are increasingly popular with nature lovers and gardeners, who will find their interests well catered to in this Bradt guide. Topics as diverse as the Azorean kitchen, island windmills, patron saint festival days, and whale- and dolphin-watching provide a flavor of the culture and heritage of the islands. A series of walks taking in the lakes of Sete Cidades, rugged volcanic craters, and picturesque villages will guide visitors around the best that these tranquil islands offer.
Features include:
>Broad-ranging sightseeing advice and highlights for each of the nine islands
>Excellent coverage of natural history and gardens by an expert
>Scenic walks around the volcanic landscape
>Illustrated guide to the islands' key flora
>Information on self-drive, local transport, and walking holidays

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Kod 9781841621562
Rodzaj produktu przewodnik
Wydawca Bradt
Autor David Sayers
Rodzaj przewodnika tekstowy
Język angielski
Data wydania 2006 12
Oprawa miękka
Ilość stron 288
Wymiary / mm 135 x 216
Waga / gr 345
ISBN 978-1-841621-56-2
EAN 9781841621562
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