The ovular Portuguese island has an area of 60.65 square kilometres (23.42 square miles), a length of 10 kilometres (6.2 miles) and a width of 7 kilometres (4.3 miles).
|Native name: Ilha Graciosa Nickname: Ilha Branca |
|Autonomous Region ||Azores |
|Demonym ||Graciosense |
|Population ||4391 (2011) |
Accordingly, what's the population of the Azores?
Similarly, where are the Azores?
About Azores. The Azores Islands are a Portuguese archipelago in the North Atlantic Ocean, located about 1,500 km (930 mi) from Lisbon and about 3,900 km (2,400 mi) from the east coast of North America.
Where is Corvo?
Volcanic in origin, Corvo is the smallest island in the Azores, with an area of 7 square miles (17.5 Km2) and 400 inhabitants. Corvo is the smallest municipality in the archipelago of the Azores constituting the island in its entirety. The municipal center is at Vila do Corvo.
Is Azores expensive?
They are expensive to get to, expensive to live on, and generally expensive to visit. Without any direct access to a continent, even the most basic supplies are imported and are priced accordingly. Despite their remote location and a currency of the historically strong Euro, the Azores are gleefully affordable.