Laurus azorica, commonly known as laurel, is a species of plant recognized as endemic to the Azores, which gives its name to this fantastic accommodation with capacity for two people. Located on the second floor, it has an excellent terrace with a magnificent view to Pico island.
It has an excellent bedroom with double bed and an equipped kitchen for all needs, which communicates with a living room equipped with TV, internet fiber and air conditioning.
Picconia azorica, nicknamed pau-branco, is a tree native to the Azores and the inspiration for the name of this fantastic accommodation.
Located on the first floor, it comfortably hosts two people, being very spacious and comfortable. It also has a fully equipped kitchen and a living room with TV, internet fiber and air conditioning.
The name of this T1 comes from the Prunus azorica, known by the common names sour cherry, cherry or morello cherry and considered one of the 10 rarest species of endemic flora of the Azores.
Its areas are large enough to comfortably accommodate two people. It has a nice and equipped kitchen and a living room with TV and internet fiber.
Erica azorica is a shrubby species endemic to the Azores, where it is known by the common names of heather, broom and queiró, being one of the most common species of natural vegetation, it gives its name to this fantastic accommodation with capacity for four people.
It consists of a master bedroom and a small pass-through room with a sofa bed, ideal for families.
Located on the second floor, it offers great views of Pico Island and has a fully equipped kitchen that communicates with the living room with TV.
Morella faya, a species known by the common names beech, island beech or fern, is a small tree important in the laurel and canary heath formations and gives its name to this fantastic accommodation with capacity for four people, located on the first floor.
It has two double bedrooms, each with its own bathroom. It has an excellent equipped kitchen, which communicates directly with the living room.