If in the Azores nature is queen, at Azul Singular it is possible to find a throne that suits her. Instead of the traditional rooms, in the first glamping park of the Azorean islands, open in Faial, there are hybrid tents (similar to wooden houses) and yurts with a dome that allows you to see the stars from the bed. “This is our version of paradise,” say Pedro Rosa and Antónia Reis, an expression confirmed by the scenery where huge ferns, palm trees and other ornamental plants are in sight.
The hybrid tents were built from scratch by architect Albino Alves de Pinho and interspersed wood and screens, with huge windows to let in light and vegetation, and even walls that can open throughout to try to see the many birds that walk around. In the morning, breakfast is taken in picnic baskets and includes various local products. The Singular Blue is even that of the sea that can be seen from the terrace of the common house, with the right to a glazed room designed to read a book or simply relax.