5 Days Tour
Cristo Rei viewpoint overlooking the Garajau area. Its name comes from the statue that was erected there on top of the hill that slopes down into a ravine towards the sea.
Camacha. Also known as Vale Paraíso (Paradise Valley), it lives up to its name, for it really is an undiscovered paradise. The walk will take you through a hidden forest, simply magnificent. Feel the sound.
Lunch at the Shepherd’s Shelter
Quinta do Santo da Serra. Built by the Blandy family, in the English colonial style of the late 19th century, it is now a leisure area where you can relax a bit among a vast patch of Madeiran flora.
Northern Mills. A return to the beginning of the 20th century to get to know one of the main living testimonies of the glorious past of sugar production on the island. Today it is exclusively dedicated to the production of sugar cane brandy/rum, still made by traditional processes.
Pico do Facho Viewpoint. You will have a wide view of the Machico valley, the peaks in the central part of the island and Ponta de São Lourenço. In the past, huge bonfires were lit here to warn the population of the arrival of enemy vessels.
Praia do Carajau | Madeira
Cristo Rei | Madeira
Vista Cristo Rei | Madeira
Pico do Facho | Madeira
Praia do Caniçal | Madeira
Miradouro do Pico do Facho | Madeira