Corvo Island is the smallest of the islands in the Azores Archipelago. It belongs to the Western Group, north of Flores Island. It occupies just over 17 km2 and has a steep relief. It is formed by a single extinct volcanic mountain - Monte Gordo, with a crater called Caldeirão. Inside, there are several lagoons, peat bogs and small "islets". Some of the slopes are occupied by typical Azorean agricultural mosaics, delimited by dry stone walls. The only cluster on the island is Vila do Corvo, with some classified properties and a small aerodrome that allows connection with the other islands and the arrival of a growing number of tourists attracted by the island's natural beauty and bird watching.

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