Moderate walk – Walking time: 4-5 hrs – Distance 13,5 km
The São Vicente caves were formed during a volcanic eruption 890 years ago in Paul da Serra, which reached down to the sea. Inside, there are many gasses and a series of lava passages that lead to the São Vicente caves…
Overview The villages of Madeira are renowned for their lively markets and this tour takes you to the Sunday market in Santo da Serra. Along the way, stop at the beach resort of Santa Cruz, enjoy magnificent views across Machico Bay….
This half day is dedicated to one of Madeira’s paradises: the gardens! The first stop is the tropical garden of the Monte Palace, which impresses with its beauty, its cultural diversity and the traces of Portuguese history…
Overview The Valley of the Nuns (Curral da Freiras) might be one of the coolest places you can visit in all of Portugal—and this tour makes it easy to explore the area.
Our tour towards the east starts in Caniço, where you can visit the majestic statue of King Christ (Cristo Rei), the first statue in the world. We end our trip in Santo da Serra ….
Our tour of the south begins in the town of Ribeira Brava, known for the charm of its raging waters. From there we continue to Ponta do Sol, the place where the sun never sets ….
The eastern part of Madeira is culturally alive and lets you discover tradition. Admire various sights of the island, like the basket weaving in Camacha, the village of Santana with its famous colorful thatched houses….