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. Find product information, ratings and reviews for Bradt Azores (Paperback) ( David Sayers) online on Azores, 3rd has 9 ratings and 1 review. Maria João said: Altough filled with lots of information, and being simple at the same time, as a Portuguese citi.

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Rachel Smyth added it Feb 13, Lax rated it really liked it Apr 25, In he formed a company specialising in botanical and garden travel and for 26 brwdt arranged and led tours worldwide. 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.

He is a keen walker and has a passion for wildlife and the outdoors in general. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He speaks five languages, including some Portuguese.

Janet Hamilton-davies rated it liked it Apr brxdt, Create Account – Forgot Password. First settled in the 15th century, the Azores archipelago rises out of the vast North Atlantic; tranquil, green and welcoming. Return to Book Page. Emily rated it liked it Jan 01, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Refresh and try again. Old-world courtesy prevails, a reminder of the many tiny niceties of life that have been sacrificed to the exigencies of faster lifestyles.


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Related guides and other books View all. The islands’ year history is well-documented in a host of museums, allowing visitors to learn about the azorez fortunes and strategic importance of the archipelago across the centuries. The Natural History of Upper Teesdale. Paperback pages, colour illustrations, maps x mm.

Azores, 3rd: The Bradt Travel Guide by David Sayers

Marialya Bestougeff is currently reading it Feb 19, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. He now writes on botanical travel.

Also included is all of the practical information needed to make the most of these new opportunities, plus a full update on the accommodation upgrades that have taken place in recent times to cater for the influx of new visitors.

Trivia About Azores, 3rd: He now runs his brradt travel company specializing in botanical and natural history tours to the Azores and worldwide.

Azores, 3rd: The Bradt Travel Guide

Safe and welcoming, the islands are drawing in a whole new group of visitors, mainly from Europe and the USA, attracted by the diversity of outdoor activities, easier accessibility and improvements to the visitor infrastructure.


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There is so much to explore, so much to experience; these islands should be savoured like a rare wine. All the islands are green, the flowers are mostly sophisticated and subtle, and the gardens are steeped in history. The Bradt Travel Guide. This website requires cookies to provide all of its features. Badt Brinker marked it as to-read Jun 24, Fish on the Menu. Andres Gonzalez marked it as to-read May 10, Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.

David Sayers is a horticulturist who studied at Vradt and overseas, and has spent a lifetime exploring the world for plants. Paperbackpages. Ondra Kubik rated it really liked it Oct 30, Selected pages Table of Contents.