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Miradouro do Cerrado das Freiras [São Miguel]

A cache by hugo.jesus Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/18/2009
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Miradouro do Cerrado das Freiras [São Miguel - Açores]


Amplos espaços de tranquilidade entre verdes e flores, lagoas de uma beleza de cortar a respiração, são características de S. Miguel.

A Caldeira das Sete Cidades é uma das mais bonitas e imponentes lagoas da Ilha de São Miguel, com a sua ampla cratera de 12km de perímetro.

O cenário inesquecível da Lagoa Verde e da Lagoa Azul emolduradas por encostas escarpadas cobertas de árvores e flores, as margens e a pequena península da Lagoa Azul convidam a repousantes passeios e a piqueniques em ambiente tranquilo. A lenda atribui a diferente coloração das águas às lágrimas vertidas por uma princesa e um pastor que viram os seus amores contrariados e que, chorando, criaram as lagoas no fundo da cratera da cor dos seus olhos.
No interior da caldeira, visite a pitoresca povoação de Sete Cidades, com curiosas casas de arquitectura popular e a Igreja Paroquial, neogótica (séc. XIX), verdejantes pastagens e a modesta, mas atraente, Lagoa de Santiago.
Junto da Lagoa Azul, o jardim pitoresco, de magníficos arvoredos e maciços de azáleas.
Os miradouros do Cerrado das Freirase da Vista do Rei, proporcionam interessantes panoramas ao longo da estrada que percorre parte do trajecto em volta do topo da caldeira, com verdejantes renques de hortênsias.

Deixe para trás o quotidiano e aceite o convite para conhecer a beleza destas paisagens.Aproveite o momento!


Spacious spaces of tranquility between greens and flowers, ponds of a beauty that cuts out breathing, are characteristic in S. Miguel.

The Caldera of Sete Cidades is one of the prettiest and impressive ponds of the Island of São Miguel, with a spacious crater of 12km of perimeter.

The unforgettable scenery of the Green Pond and Blue Pond framed by steep covered slopes of trees and flowers, the edges and the small peninsula of the Blue Pond, invite to relaxing walks and picnics in this calm environment. The legend attributes the different coloration of the waters, to the tears dropped by a princess and a shepherd that lived a contradicted love and, crying, they created the ponds in the bottom of the crater with the color of theirs eyes.
In the interior of the caldera, visit the picturesque village of Sete Cidades, with curious houses of popular architecture and the neogothic Parochial Church (XIX century), verdant pastures and the modest, but attractive, Pond of Santiago.
Close to the Blue Pond, the picturesque garden, of magnificent groves and massifs of azaleas.
The belvederes of Cerrado das Freiras and of Vista do Rei, provide interesting views along the road that goes through part of the course around the top of the caldera, with verdant rows of hydrangeas.

Leave behind the day-by-day and accepted the invitation to know the beauty of these sceneries. Enjoy the moment!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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[ENG] Vasbezngvba cnary;

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