It is divided by fast-flowing rivulets that, leaping from mountainside to mountainside in small crystal-clear waterfalls, murmur a lively song. The island of Flores is thus endowed with a bucolic poetry that is in harmony with the green countryside, intersected by the blue of the hydrangeas.
The largest waterfall is the Ribeira Grande in the district of Fajãzinha, which falls from a height of 300 metres.
However, between here and Ponta da Fajã there are 20 more waterfalls, many of which fall into the sea.
We are sure that this will be one of your reasons for visiting this island and wondering at the beauty of one of the most attractive islands of the archipelago. Not for nothing is it called the island of Flowers!