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Nordestinho

Nordestinho was a civil parish in the municipality of Nordeste in the Azores. Its area was 25.43 km². It was located between the parishes of Santana to the west and Lomba da Fazenda to the east. The parish ceased to exist on July 16, 2002 when it ...

                                               

Parque Arqueologico Subaquatico da Baia de Angra do Heroismo

Parque Arqueologico Subaquatico da Baia de Angra do Heroismo is an underwater archaeology park located in the bay of Angra do Heroismo, in the Terceira island, in the Azores. This Park consists of various sites of archaeological, some of them hav ...

                                               

Pico da Esperança

Pico da Esperança is the highest mountain of São Jorge Island, Azores. Its elevation is 1.053 m. It is situated in the Norte Grande parish, Velas municipality.

                                               

São Jorge Airport

São Jorge Airport is the only airport of the island of São Jorge, situated in the civil parish of Santo Amaro, municipality of Velas in the Azores. The airport is on the outskirts of the town of Faja da camada along the South coast, Is 6 km 3.7 m ...

                                               

Serra do Morião

Serra do Morião, also known as Serra da Nasce Agua is a mountain in the Azores. It is located in Angra do Heroismo, on the island of Terceira. It is located at an altitude of 632 m above sea level. It contains what is perhaps the largest Islands ...

                                               

Topo Volcanic Complex

Volcanic Complex of Topo is a complex of scoria cones and volcanic structures, located near the village Topo in the southeastern part of the island of São Jorge, in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores.

                                               

Arenal den Castell

Arenal den Castell is a small town in Es Mercadal, Menorca. It is also a start/arrival point for two stages of the GR 223 - Cami de Cavalls. The town has a long sandy beach and is built around a Bay overlooking the sea. It consists mainly of vill ...

                                               

Binibeca

Binibeca is a small and very traditional Spanish fishing village on the coast of Menorca, one of the Mediterranean Islands belonging to Spain. Though coastal, the area has little in the way of commercial development but that is changing. In the v ...

                                               

Cala Llucalari

Cala Llucalari is a small bay and beach at Menorcas southern coast located in a natural preserve. The beach is sparsely visited, despite the highly developed Son Bou resort beach town nearby. The Cami de Cavalls passes just behind the bay.

                                               

Cala Mitjana

Cala Mitjana is a bay and beach on Menorcas southern coast. The small pine tree surrounded beach can be reached by foot in 20 minutes starting from a parking lot close to country road OM-714. The beach is highly frequented in the summer season.

                                               

Cami de Cavalls

The Cami de Cavalls is an ancient path of 186 km that encircles the island of Menorca, Spain. This long-distance walking route is the GR 223 of the Senderos de Gran Recorrido network in Spain and it is also used to reach some of the most inaccess ...

                                               

Sanisera

Sanisera was one of the Roman cities located in the island of Menorca, which was mentioned by Pliny the Elder in his book Naturalis Historia, III, 77–78 in the 1st century BC: In the Balearic Islands, so formidable in war with their slingers, rec ...

                                               

Talayotic settlement of Torrellisar

The settlement of Torrellisar is highly altered due to the farming activities that have taken place in the area during the past few centuries since it was abandoned. Despite this, several remains can still be seen, such as its taula monument. The ...

                                               

Geography of Jersey

This article describes the geography of Jersey, an island territory in the English Channel. The island of Jersey has an area of 119 square kilometres, with 70 kilometres of coastline. Jersey claims a territorial sea of 3 nmi and an exclusive fish ...

                                               

List of places in the Channel Islands

This List of places in the Channel Islands is a complete collection of lists of islands in the group named "The Channel Islands". The islands are divided into two British Crown dependencies: the Bailiwick of Jersey, and the Bailiwick of Guernsey. ...

                                               

Fairy Bridge (Isle of Man)

Fairy Bridge, Isle of Man is a small bridge over the Santon Burn in the Isle of Man, located on the primary A5 Port Erin to Douglas road, at grid reference 305720, on the parish boundary between Santon and Malew.

                                               

Geography of the Isle of Man

The Isle of Man is an island in the Irish Sea, between Great Britain and Ireland in Western Europe, with a population of almost 85.000. It is a British Crown dependency. It has a small islet, the Calf of Man, to its south. It is located at 54°15′ ...

                                               

Hango Hill

The mound is said to be a possible prehistoric burial site. The recovery of a bronze flat axe implies a possible Bronze Age date. Its name derives from the Norse hanga-haugr, "Gallows hill".

                                               

Hills and mountains of the Isle of Man

The south of the island has a small coastal plain around Castletown and Ballasalla but is otherwise hilly. In the south west these hills rise to more prominent peaks, notably South Barrule 483 m, and Cronk ny Arrey Laa 437 m which drops almost ve ...

                                               

Manx National Glens

Manx National Glens is a collective term for a series of glens in the Isle of Man which have been officially designated as tourist attractions. They are maintained by the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture. The island is known for it ...

                                               

A Chràlaig

A Chràlaig is a mountain in the Scottish Highlands, north of Loch Cluanie and south of Glen Affric. It is the highest peak along Glen Shiel and can be easily climbed from the Cluanie Inn on the A87. The eastern slopes of the mountain, are owned b ...

                                               

Am Bodach

Am Bodach is a Munro which reaches a height of 1032 metres 3386 feet making it the 100th highest mountain in that classification, it is situated on the main ridge of the Mamores in a central position and is the most accessible of the group. The c ...

                                               

An Riabhachan

An Riabhachan is a Scottish mountain in the Skye and Lochalsh district of the Highland council area. It is situated 35 kilometres east of Kyle of Lochalsh standing in an isolated position at the western end of Loch Mullardoch, ten kilometres from ...

                                               

An Sgarsoch

An Sgarsoch is a mountain in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland. It lies north in a very remote part of the Highlands, on the border of Aberdeenshire and Perthshire. Round and slow, in Sgarsoch is noted mainly for its isolation is somewhere betwe ...

                                               

An Socach (Glen Cannich)

An Socach is a mountain at the head of Glen Cannich, in the Highlands of Scotland. It is situated between Loch Mullardoch in Glen Cannich, and Loch Monar in Glen Strathfarrar.

                                               

An Stùc

An Stùc, meaning "The Peak" in Gaelic, is a conically shaped Scottish mountain in the Ben Lawers range to the north of Loch Tay. It has been listed as a Munro since 1997, having previously been considered a subsidiary top of the Ben Lawers range. ...

                                               

An Teallach

An Teallach is a mountain in Scotland. It lies to the southwest of Dundonnell and overlooks Little Loch Broom, in an area often nicknamed the "great wilderness". An Teallach means The Anvil or The Forge in Scottish Gaelic, although most scholars ...

                                               

Aonach air Chrith

Aonach air Chrith is a mountain in the Northwest Highlands, Scotland. It is located on the southern side of Glen Shiel in Kintail. The mountain is the highest peak on a long ridge seven mountain, which is known to climbers as the South Glen shiel ...

                                               

Aonach Beag

Aonach Beag is a mountain in the Highlands of Scotland. It is located about 3 km east of Ben Nevis on the north side of Glen Nevis, near the town of Fort William. Apart from Ben Nevis, Aonach Beag is the highest peak in the British Isles outwith ...

                                               

Aonach Beag (Ben Alder)

Aonach Beag is a 1.116-metre mountain in the Highlands of Scotland in the remote area between Loch Ericht and Loch Laggan located about 4 kilometres northwest of Ben Alder. Its prominence is 99 metres with its parent peak, Geal-Charn, about 1 kil ...

                                               

Aonach Meadhoin

Aonach Meadhoin is a Munro mountain situated in the Kintail region of Scotland. It stands on the northern side of Glen Shiel some 31 kilometres south east of Kyle of Lochalsh.

                                               

Aonach Mor

Aonach Mor is a mountain in the Highlands of Scotland. It is located about 2 miles/ 3 km north east of Ben Nevis on the south side of Glen Spean, near the town of Fort William. The Nevis Range ski area is located on the northern slopes of the pea ...

                                               

Beenkeragh

Beenkeragh or Benkeeragh is the second-highest peak in Ireland, at 1.008.2 metres, on both the Arderin and Vandeleur-Lynam lists. It is part of the MacGillycuddys Reeks range in County Kerry. Beenkeragh also gives its name the infamous Beenkeragh ...

                                               

Beinn a Bheithir

Beinn a Bheithir is a mountain lying to the south of Ballachulish, on the south side of Loch Leven in the Scottish Highlands. It boasts two Munro summits: the higher peak Sgorr Dhearg lies about 2 km east of Sgorr Dhonuill. The mountain forms a h ...

                                               

Beinn a Ghlo

Beinn a’ Ghlo is a Scottish mountain situated roughly 10 km north east of Blair Atholl in the Forest of Atholl in between Glen Tilt and Glen Loch, in Cairngorms National Park. It is a huge, complex hill with many ridges, summits and corries, cove ...

                                               

Beinn a Chaorainn (Glen Spean)

Beinn a’ Chaorainn is a Scottish mountain situated on the northern side of Glen Spean in the Lochaber region of the Highland Council area. The mountain which is located 30 km east-northeast of Fort William is one of several of the same name in th ...

                                               

Beinn a Chlachair

Beinn a Chlachair is a mountain in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland. It lies north of Loch Laggan, near the remote hamlet of Kinloch Laggan. The highest of the three munros, the mountains features a spacious plateau on its top, and three sides ...

                                               

Beinn Achaladair

Beinn Achaladair is a Scottish mountain situated six kilometres north east of the hamlet of Bridge of Orchy. The mountain stands on the border of the Perth and Kinross and Argyll and Bute council areas.

                                               

Beinn an Dothaidh

Beinn an Dothaidh, is a mountain located in the Bridge of Orchy hills of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is located beside the more popular Beinn Dorain. The two hills are frequently climbed together from the bealach between them, which is easily a ...

                                               

Beinn Bheoil

Beinn Bheoil is a mountain in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland, located on the western shore of Loch Ericht in Highland. Taking the form of a ridge, the peak is usually climbed in combination with its neighbour Ben alder. The nearest village of ...

                                               

Beinn Challuim

Beinn Challuim is a Scottish mountain located in the very northern part of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park six kilometres east northeast of the village of Tyndrum in the Stirling Council area. The mountain stands in the Forest of ...

                                               

Beinn Dearg (Blair Atholl)

Beinn Dearg is a mountain in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland. It lies north of the village of Blair Atholl in Perthshire. It makes a long but easy hill walk in the summer months and extensive views from its summit.

                                               

Beinn Dearg (Ullapool)

Beinn Dearg is a mountain in the Inverlael area of the Highlands of Scotland. It is most frequently climbed by following the River Lael up Gleann na Sguaib. Starting from near the head of Loch Broom, a path follows the glen to a bealach, which is ...

                                               

Beinn Dorain

Beinn Dorain, is a mountain in the Bridge of Orchy hills of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is the subject of Duncan Ban MacIntyres best known Gaelic poem, Moladh Beinn Dobhrainn, MacIntyre had spent his youth and had worked as a gamekeeper in thes ...

                                               

Beinn Eighe

Beinn Eighe is a complex mountain massif in the Torridon area of Wester Ross in the Highlands of Scotland. Lying to the south of Loch Maree, it forms a long ridge with many spurs and summits, two of which are classified as Munros. The name Beinn ...

                                               

Beinn Fhada

Beinn Fhada or Ben Attow is a mountain in the Scottish Highlands. The best route beinn long from Morvich to the North-West. There is a direct line up a grassy, and rather boggy slope, from the East side of the river Croe. This eventually leads to ...

                                               

Beinn Fhionnlaidh (Mullardoch)

Beinn Fhionnlaidh is a mountain in the Highlands of Scotland. It is situated on the south side of Loch Mullardoch, at the end of Glen Cannich, about 60 km west of Inverness.

                                               

Beinn Ghlas

Beinn Ghlas is a mountain in the Southern Highlands of Scotland. It lies on the north shore of Loch Tay and is part of the Ben Lawers Range. It lies on the popular path to Ben Lawers from the National Trust for Scotland car park, with the result ...

                                               

Beinn Ìme

Beinn Ìme is the highest mountain in the Arrochar Alps, in the Southern Highlands of Scotland. There are three usual routes of ascent. From Succoth, one may follow the same path that is used to reach The Cobbler before taking the right fork near ...

                                               

Beinn Iutharn Mhor

Beinn Iutharn Mhor is a mountain in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland. It lies north of Glen Shee on the Aberdeenshire and Perthshire border. Steep sided mountains, otherwise rolling highland is known as a month, it is usually climbed from Glen ...

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