Fähreto the Azores

Travel by ferry upon which Azores! Travelling upon which Azores couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Azores holiday rested and without stress.

The Azores are currently not accessible by Fähre from mainland Europe. Within the Azores, however, there is regular ferry traffic.

Search & Book Ferries upon which Azores

Use our ferry search to find your ferry upon which Azores. We compare the offers of different shipping companies on each route. So you always get the cheapest offer for your Azoresferry. Check availability and timetables now.


All ferries within Azores

Here you can find all current ferry connections within Azores.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Fähre Horta – Lajes Inland ferry Faial, Azoren, Portugal 1 mal wöchentlich
9 Stunde(n)
Atlanticoline
Ferry Praia da Vitoria – Vila da Praia Inland ferry Terceira, Azores, Portugal 3 times a week
3 hour(s)
Atlanticoline
Ferry Praia da Vitoria – Vila do Porto Inland ferry Terceira, Azores, Portugal 1 time a week
8 hour(s)
Atlanticoline
Ferry Horta – Vila da Praia Inland ferry Faial, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
4 hours 45 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Horta – Vila do Porto Inland ferry Faial, Azores, Portugal 1 time a week
17 hours
Atlanticoline
Ferry Lajes – Vila da Praia Inland ferry Flores, Azores, Portugal 1 time a week
15 hours ) 15 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Ponta Delgada – Vila da Praia Inland ferry Sao Miguel, Azores, Portugal 3 times a week
8 hours 15 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Ponta Delgada – Vila do Porto Inland ferry Sao Miguel, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
3 hour(s)
Atlanticoline
Ferry Santa Cruz – Vila Nova do Corvo Inland ferry Flores, Azores, Portugal 18 times a week
40 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Sao Roque – Vila da Praia Inland ferry Pico, Azores, Portugal 3 times a week
3 hour(s) 15 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Velas – Vila da Praia Inland ferry Sao Jorge, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
2 hour(s) 15 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Vila da Praia – Horta Inland ferry Graciosa, Azores, Portugal 2 times a week
4 hours 45 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Vila da Praia – Ponta Delgada Inland ferry Graciosa, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
3 hour(s)
Atlanticoline
Ferry Vila da Praia – Praia da Vitoria Inland ferry Graciosa, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
3 hour(s)
Atlanticoline
Ferry Vila da Praia – Sao Roque Inland ferry Graciosa, Azores, Portugal 2 times a week
3 hour(s) 15 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Vila da Praia – Velas Inland ferry Graciosa, Azores, Portugal 3 times a week
2 hour(s) 15 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Vila do Porto – Ponta Delgada Inland ferry Santa Maria, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
3 hour(s)
Atlanticoline
Ferry Velas – Horta Inland ferry Sao Jorge, Azores, Portugal 3 times a day
1 hours 40 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Velas – Madalena Inland ferry Sao Jorge, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
1 hours 20 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Velas – Ponta Delgada Inland ferry Sao Jorge, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
13 hours
Atlanticoline
Ferry Velas – Praia da Vitoria Inland ferry Sao Jorge, Azores, Portugal 3 times a week
5 hour(s) 45 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Velas – Sao Roque Inland ferry Sao Jorge, Azores, Portugal 3 times a week
30 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Praia da Vitoria – Ponta Delgada Inland ferry Terceira, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
4 hour(s) 30 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Ponta Delgada – Horta Inland ferry Sao Miguel, Azores, Portugal 3 times a week
13 hours ) 45 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Ponta Delgada – Praia da Vitoria Inland ferry Sao Miguel, Azores, Portugal 3 times a week
4 hour(s) 30 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Ponta Delgada – Sao Roque Inland ferry Sao Miguel, Azores, Portugal 3 times a week
12 hour(s)
Atlanticoline
Ferry Ponta Delgada – Velas Inland ferry Sao Miguel, Azores, Portugal 3 times a week
11 hours
Atlanticoline
Ferry Praia da Vitoria – Horta Inland ferry Terceira, Azores, Portugal 9 times a week
8 hours 30 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Praia da Vitoria – Sao Roque Inland ferry Terceira, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
6 hours 45 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Praia da Vitoria – Velas Inland ferry Terceira, Azores, Portugal 3 times a week
5 hour(s) 45 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Sao Roque – Horta Inland ferry Pico, Azores, Portugal 2 times a week
1 hours
Atlanticoline
Ferry Sao Roque – Lajes Inland ferry Pico, Azores, Portugal 1 time a week
145 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Sao Roque – Ponta Delgada Inland ferry Pico, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
12 hour(s)
Atlanticoline
Ferry Sao Roque – Praia da Vitoria Inland ferry Pico, Azores, Portugal 10 times a week
6 hours 45 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Sao Roque – Velas Inland ferry Pico, Azores, Portugal 4 times a week
30 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Madalena – Horta Inland ferry Pico, Azores, Portugal 1 time a week
30 minutes
Atlanticoline
Ferry Madalena – Velas Inland ferry Pico, Azores, Portugal 6 times a week
1 hours 20 minutes
Atlanticoline
Fähre Horta – Madalena Inland ferry Faial, Azoren, Portugal 8 mal täglich
30 Minuten
Atlanticoline
Fähre Horta – Ponta Delgada Inland ferry Faial, Azoren, Portugal 6 mal wöchentlich
13 Stunde(n) 30 Minuten
Atlanticoline
Fähre Horta – Praia da Vitoria Inland ferry Faial, Azoren, Portugal 4 mal wöchentlich
8 Stunde(n) 15 Minuten
Atlanticoline
Fähre Horta – Sao Roque Inland ferry Faial, Azoren, Portugal 4 mal wöchentlich
1 Stunde(n)
Atlanticoline
Fähre Horta – Velas Inland ferry Faial, Azoren, Portugal 19 mal wöchentlich
1 Stunde(n) 40 Minuten
Atlanticoline
Fähre Lajes – Horta Inland ferry Flores, Azoren, Portugal 1 mal wöchentlich
9 Stunde(n)
Atlanticoline
Fähre Lajes – Ponta Delgada Inland ferry Flores, Azoren, Portugal 1 mal wöchentlich
2 Stunde(n)
Atlanticoline
Fähre Lajes – Praia da Vitoria Inland ferry Flores, Azoren, Portugal 1 mal wöchentlich
19 Stunde(n) 15 Minuten
Atlanticoline
Fähre Lajes – Sao Roque Inland ferry Flores, Azoren, Portugal 1 mal wöchentlich
145 Minuten
Atlanticoline
Fähre Lajes – Velas Inland ferry Flores, Azoren, Portugal 1 mal wöchentlich
12 Stunde(n)
Atlanticoline

Ferry ports onto the Azores

You can find an overview of all ferry ports onto the Azores here.

Ports
Vitoria beach
Ponta Delgada
Velas
Vila da Praia
Vila do Porto
Sao Roque
Santa Cruz
Lajes
Madalena
Horta

Travel guide Azores

Holiday onto the Azores

Far out in the Atlantic Ocean, 1,369 kilometres from the Portuguese mainland, lie the Azores. The nine islands of the archipelago promise unforgettable nature experiences. Away from mass tourism, unique volcanic landscapes, paradisiacal colours and a diverse flora and fauna await you. Here the chances are particularly high to be able to observe whales and dolphins in their natural habitat. Stylish architecture and hospitality typical of the country ensure varied holidays.


TOP excursion destinations onto the Azores

The capital of the Azores is Ponta Delgada. The old town invites you to discover its beautiful buildings, decorated facades and narrow streets. The stylish pavement mosaics are also beautiful. The entire old town is now a listed building. The lively squares, the many churches and the fort are also very popular with visitors.

The Terra Nostra Park on São Miguel is considered a paradisiacal place. In the 18th century a rich American had his summer residence built here and the garden laid out. Some of the trees are over a hundred years old, and visitors will enjoy the world’s largest collection of camellias. In addition to hidden paths, ponds and avenues, the park offers a real speciality: you can bathe in the thermal pool. But be careful! The iron contained in the water colors the skin deep brown.

On the island of Terceira, there is the mighty Castelo de Sao Baptista with its five kilometres of defence walls. Here the treasures of the Portuguese conquerors were reloaded and the water and food supplies were replenished. The extensive fortress is well preserved to this day, the governor’s palace, chapel and church can be visited.

With a height of 2,351 metres, Pico Alto is considered Portugal’s highest mountain. Often the majestic volcano is shrouded in clouds. If not, it opens a fantastic wide view over the grandiose island world. Hikers appreciate the climb for its unique natural scenery. Who likes it more comfortably reaches the summit with the car.

About 2,000 years ago, the Algar do Carvao was formed during a volcanic eruption. The so-called “coal cave” is pitch black and about 100 meters deep. Stairs lead far down, at the bottom is a lake. A look upwards offers a fascinating play of colours due to the incident light.

The hot springs of Furnas undoubtedly belong to the highlights of the Azores. Everywhere it bubbles and steams, sulfur smell is in the air. 22 springs promise relief for rheumatic complaints and for diseases of the respiratory tract and skin.

Those who look down from the view point Pico da Cruz to the twin lakes of the Lagoa das Sete Cidades will understand why there are numerous legends about this place. Because one lake is blue (Lago Azul), the other green (Lago Verde). According to legend, the eye colors and tears of an unhappy pair of lovers are responsible for the coloring….


Entry requirements

Persons with German citizenship enter Portugal with an identity card or (children’s) passport. For air travel, the validity of travel documents is a prerequisite. A visa is not required.


Alternative travel options

The only and most comfortable way to get to the Azores is currently by plane. The islands of Sao Miguel, Faial, Pico and Terceira are regularly served by European airlines.


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