Feteiras Cliff

With about 10 km of extension, the Feteiras cliff offers a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean. The flight is mostly dynamic and requires special care due to the proximity of the airport.

Parapente

The access is made by a grassy rectangle next to the road and the flight extends from the takeoff to the west over the parish. The site allows top landing or easy landing at the foot of the cliff (access by foot or 4×4 vehicle).

IMPORTANT: only flight to the West is allowed due to the proximity to the airport. Please contact the authorities before any flight.

Click here to contact the authorities (+351 296 305 653)


Paulo LuisInformation kindly provided by Paulo Luis


HOW TO GET THERE

The maps below contain the routes to the take-off point, from the three nearest municipalities. You can download the files to your GPS.

On maps, you will also find useful information about the route. Gas stationsand restaurants are some of the examples of relevant points on the maps.


PERCURSO PONTA DELGADA – FETEIRAS

PERCURSO RIBEIRA GRANDE – FETEIRAS

PERCURSO LAGOA – FETEIRAS


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