West Tour in Madeira Island
Camara de Lobos
Camara de Lobos: is located west of Funchal. A small fishing village. It is one of the island’s most atmospheric fishing villages. The village was named after monk seals which frequent visitors to the harbour. The centre of the village, with its whitewashed houses, shops and bar where you can taste the local drink poncha, remains instantly likeable.
Cabo Girao: The second highest Sea Cliff in the world (after Norway). so named because Zarco got this far on his exploration of Madeira´s coast in 1418 before he did an about turn (girao) back to Funchal .There is a small well railed miradouro.With a fine view across towards the distants.It´s a lovely and tranquil spot .The smell of pine and eucalyptus in the air.Vine and vegatables are cultivated at the foot of the cliff.
Located at the foot of a dramatic gorge with an attractive seafront. The seafront giving onto a wide , stony beach and lined with a series of bustling cafes and restaurants. The street also has some small attractive public gardens.The Sao Bento Church with some wonderful Manueline touches, including a stone font and pulpit carved with plants and Animals.
A mountain pass of 1007m, marking the highest point of the road linking north and south coast.On a clear day you can see the coasts.On a clear day you can see the coast at Sao Vicente in the north and Ribeira Brava in the south; at other times you look down on a sea of white clouds.
Has always been a popular stopping off point for Madeirans travelling from the north to the capital. The village of Sao Vicente has narrow street. The narrow street lined with flowers and neatly kept cafes and shops, all gathered round a lovely seventeenth century baroque church.
Is the north coast´s liveliest and most developed town, with a cluster of cafes, restuarants and hotels gathered round its main attraction, two sets of natural sea pools , at either end of a seafront promenade. The village consists of low, white fishermens´s houses gathered round a faded yellow church, with a terracotta-tiled roof and a neat clock tower.
Paul da Serra::
which translates roughly as "mountain plain", is a wild, high plateau. On Clear days it can seem delightfully empty and fresh, with spectacular views down to the north and south coasts.The plateau is 1300 m high and covers an expanse of moorland.
Weather permitting you will do a 2O minute Levada walk
|Type of Vehicle||Estimated||Price|
|1 to 4 pax||7.5 hours||100 euros|
|5 to 8 pax||8 hours||140 euros|
The price is per vehicle and NOT per person
The payment is made Directly to our driver and not through the internet.
We do NOT Require a Deposit.