Santa Maria Island, Azores

On a map, Santa Maria’s shape looks a bit like Australia. Geologists believe that the island is the oldest in the Azores, and is the only one not created by ancient volcanic eruptions. It has the fewest foggy days, the most sun, and the best beaches (most with little or no surrounding development, so the cares of the modern world are far off). Santa Maria is known for its yellowish sediment and limestone
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