The northernmost Island in Azores is also the smallest, but arguably the most remarkable. Corvo has lakes and craters, which are picturesque green, and the volcanic island itself consists of pyroclastic marine sediments.
Due to excessive rainfall, landslides commonly occur here, which have created the numerous steep cliffs.
Corvo is known for its high numbers of different bird species which frequently migrate over from North America, and bird watching is one of the most popular things to do on the island.
Boat rides are also commonly offered to visitors, and the sea surrounding Corvo has become popular for diving.