A place considered one of the most beautiful in the world for free flight with a breathtaking landscape.


Access to take-off points is via private property, preferably with 4×4. The take-offs are next to the circuit of the ridge.
The range includes 3 different take-offs depending on the direction and intensity of the wind. Location with easy landings and allows a mostly thermal flight.
Do not fly without the knowledge of the local pilots and without the authorization of the competent authorities.

Paulo LuisInformation kindly provided by Paulo Luis


ROUTES

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.


ROUTE 1 PONTA DELGADA – SETE CIDADES

ROUTE 2 PONTA DELGADA – SETE CIDADES

ROUTE LAGOA – SETE CIDADES

ROUTE RIBEIRA GRANDE – SETE CIDADES


TIME TO EAT!


SNACK-BAR 2B
LOCATION: PONTA DELGADA

Regional food, fresh fish, salads, sandwiches, fast food and take away.

ARRIBA
LOCATION: PONTA DELGADA

Delicious mexican dishes made with the best natural products of the Azores.

FORNERIA SÃO DINIS
LOCATION: PONTA DELGADA

With a cozy atmosphere, the restaurant overlooks the sea and free parking.

MANÉ CIGANO
LOCATION: PONTA DELGADA

The real “tasca”, good and cheap! If you have a vacant seat just sit and eat!

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