Facing the North quadrant, we enjoy a magnificent landscape from the plain to the sea. Usually big and high flights are made, due to the thermal influence associated with the maritime breeze with the special help of the local orography. Dynamic flight is also possible.

Source: Clube Asas de São Miguel

Parapente

Access is by private property along the road. It is a great place for thermal and dynamic flight. Take-off is usually done in the middle of the smaller mount, and it is advisable to take off within a good thermal cycle. Do not fly without the knowledge of the local pilots and without the authorization of the competent authorities.

Paulo LuisInformação gentilmente cedida por Paulo Luis


ROUTES TO PASTINHOS

The maps below contain the routes for the Pastinhos, from the three nearest municipalities and the route to Serra Gorda (another paragliding spot, near Pastinhos). You can download the files to the GPS.

On maps, in addition to the relevant spots of the spot, you will also find useful information about the route. Gas stations and restaurants are some of the examples of relevant points on the maps.


ROUTE PONTA DELGADA – PASTINHOS

ROUTE RIBEIRA GRANDE – PASTINHOS

ROUTE LAGOA – PASTINHOS

ROUTE SERRA GORDA – PASTINHOS


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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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