Cheap Flights to Terceira Islands

Lowest airfare searched
£ 0.00
Cheapest ticket searched for Terceira Islands during July 2024
Cheap Flight to Terceira Islands
Reservation Hotline
0203 137 6217
Open 08:00am - 06:00pm
Getting Tired in search of flights to Terceira Islands.
Our experienced travel agent
are here to help.

Cheap one-way & return flights to Terceira Islands from London

Which airlines take travellers to Terceira Island from United Kingdom?

  • Tap Portugal
  • SATA International

How long is the flight to Terceira Island from the UK?

  • From London Heathrow, it takes a flight time of nine hours to get to Terceira Island with one stopover in Lisbon.
  • The Manchester to Terceira Island flight is 9 hours and 25 minutes in duration with a layover in Lisbon.
  • Code shared flights from Birmingham to Terceira Island are a bit longer and last for 15 hours with a long stopover in Paris and Lisbon.
  • From London Gatwick Airport the flights leaving for Terceira Island reach their destination in 7 hours and 15 minutes, with only a single stopover in Lisbon.

Are there any direct flights to Terceira Island from UK?

None of the airlines operating from the United Kingdom provide direct flights to Terceira Island. Due to the remoteness of the place, only TAP Portugal and SATA International offer trips to Terceira Island, however, SATA is better if you want to travel to other islands of the Azores. These trips are only 7 to nine hours long, depending on the length of your stopover.

Cheap Flights to Terceira Island with TAP Portugal

Being an autonomous region of Portugal, TAP Air Portugal provides the most affordable flights and the best route to the archipelago. Just from London Heathrow Airport flight number TP 1357 leaves for Lisbon at 7:00 PM every day. From London Gatwick TAP 1337 is scheduled on every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday. After a stay of a few hours in Lisbon, TP 1823 continues to Terceira Island and arrives at the destination in two hours and 20 minutes. TP 1823 is a daily service that connects Terceira Island with continental Europe.

What is the cheapest time of year to fly to Terceira Island?

March and April are the months in which tourists on the budget can come to Terceira Island and find great deals and lower prices. Most tourists are not planning to go to these Portuguese islands during the spring break since the school summer vacations are just a few months away. The weather is still as pleasant as it is in the busy December month, with average temperature meandering around the 15°C mark. With only five days of rain in a month, this is an affordable time to visit Terceira Island with cheap tickets and low-cost hotel rooms.

What are the major international airports in Terceira Island?

Terceira Island is one of the islands of the Azores archipelago, and it receives tourists and passengers through the Lajes Airport (TER). The airport has an adjacent military base jointly operated by Spain and the US. The runway is the longest (four kilometres) in the Azores archipelago since military aircraft also use the facility. The airport is capable of handling 700,000 passengers a year. Angra do Heroísmo is one of the three capitals of the Azores, and from the city’s centre, the airport is only 20 kilometres away, which is an 18-minute car journey.

What is the best time to visit Terceira Island?

The perfect time to come to Terceira Island is from May to September. However, some tourists especially form the UK, coming to Terceira Island in the winters, especially around December for a toasty Christmas. During the May to September time, the high temperature gradually increases from 20°C to 27°C, peaking in August. For most of this period, there is a slim chance of rain, so that you can bask in the Atlantic sunshine for days at a stretch. December and January are the busiest times for the tourism business in Terceira Island, compared with summer and hence more costly. However, even in December, the mean temperature hovers around 15°C

What are the major landmarks in Terceira Island?

The island was inhabited in the 15th century by Spanish and Portuguese settlers and has accumulated an immense historical and cultural importance. Terceira Island has natural wonders that serve as landmarks for tourists to admire.

  • Algar do Carvão is a lava tube that has its opening right in the centre of the island. Terceira Island was formed by volcanic activity that ceased hundreds of thousands of years ago, but ruminants of that magmatic past remain. The lava tube used to spew out molten rock from under the earth and out towards the sea. The heat from the event has left a charred and blackened cavity, which is why Algar do Carvão translates to the “Cave of Coal”, even though there is no coal in the lava tube. Entry is free, but tourists are not allowed to explore the deeper parts of the cave complex.
  • If you are looking for a place to spend a few hours in solitude, then Monte Brasil is the place to be. Mont Brasil juts out into the sea, with one side looking on to the Bay of Angra and the other watching over Bay of Fanal. The place is green, quiet and safe for children to play around. The Fortress of São João Baptista was built in the early 17th century to protect the ships and the rest of the coast from pirates. Visit these moss-covered remains of the fort and watch the whales come up for another breath at Mont Brasil.
  • If you want to take in the beauty of Terceira Island in just one view, come to Mirador of Serra do Cume. ‘Mirador’ is Portuguese for a tower. From this altitude, one can view the entire island, the coast and the ocean beyond. There are endless fields and pastures all around that point. Trees grow in the crevasses of the land and hint at the fertility of the earth. Indeed, it is a magnificent place to come to for a breath of fresh air.
Which events and festivals are celebrated in Terceira Island?

Of all the festivals celebrated in Terceira Island, the Holy Ghost festival is the most famous and elaborate. Natives invoke the Holy Ghost in times of danger and pay tribute to the deity on this day. Every March, the priests of the Franciscan order choose a family to guard the sceptre and the shield of the Holy Ghost at their home. Meat and sweet bread are often eaten with family and friends on this day. Touradas a Corda or ‘Bullfight with a rope’ festival takes place every June. Young men run along with the galloping bulls and a matador exhausts the beast with the twist and turns of a crimson parasol.

What are the transportation options available to tourists within Terceira Island?

The best way to get around Terceira Island is by taxi. The taxis are easily recognizable and are painted off-white with two navy blue diagonal stripes on the passenger doors. Car Rental services also offer cars to tourists who want to explore and travel whenever they wish. Be on the lookout though: herds of sheep sometimes go across the road suddenly, disrupting traffic, but this usually happens in the rural centre of the island. Via Rapida is a highway that connects two of the most populated towns of the island. It takes only 20 minutes to get to Praia de Vitoria from Angra De Heroismo. EN1-1A is the coastal route that encircles Terceira Island completely.

Which five-star hotels and accommodation are available for stay in Terceira Island?

There are only a handful of five-star hotels in Terceira; however, most tourists spend their time doing outdoor activities and choose to spend less money on the lodging. Four-star hotels work like a charm and often accommodate the traveller adequately.

  • Angra Marina Hotel
  • Terceira Mar Hotel
  • Atlantida Mar Hotel
  • Azoris Angra Garden - Plaza Hotel
  • Hotel Teresinha

Flights and flight-inclusive holidays on this website are financially protected by the ATOL scheme. However some are not and at time of booking you confirm what protection is applicable. This website is a part of Moresand Ltd (registration no. 02114691) T/A Travelhouseuk registered in England and wales . Office , 10-11 Percy St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1DN. All bookings protected under the ATOL scheme will receive an ATOL certificate. In cases where a part payment is made that flight booking is ATOL protected. In some cases a certificate does not indicate all the trip segments - this means the omitted parts are not ATOL protected). Please refer to our booking conditions for further information please visit