Faial

Faial is a Portuguese word derived from faya, referring to a species of plant/tree, Myrica faya.

It may also refer to:

Other articles related to "faial":

Pico Island - History
... never took up his role on the island, as it was incorporated into Captaincy of Faial ... influenced by export industries of its island neighbor, Faial ... its economic importance to the island, and its commercial links to Faial (Horta had been the residence of many of the island's property-owners and winemakers) ...
Dukes Of Faial
... Duke of Faial (in Portuguese Duque do Faial) is a Portuguese title of nobility granted by royal decree of Queen Maria II of Portugal, dated from April 4, 1833, to Dom Pedro de Sousa Holstein (1781–1850 ...
Faial Da Terra
... Faial da Terra is a civil parish in the municipality of Povoação on the island of São Miguel in the Azores ... Faial da Terra are the smallest in density and one of the lowest parishes in Povoação ...
Faial Channel
... The Faial Channel or Canal do Faial is an 8.3 km long channel that separates the islands of Faial and Pico in the central part of the Azores archipelago ...
Faial - Places - Portugal
... In the archipelago of the Azores Faial Island, an island in the Central Group of islands Faial da Terra, a civil parish in the municipality of Povoação, São Miguel ...