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This is one of dozen of walks and trails you can have on Madeira. For us it was one of the best, because it has got some part along levada, some part flat and some with a bit of walking up and down. We were...More
Nestor our eccentric guide with Pride of Madeira, knows his flora and fauna in the mountains of Madeira. The trek began at 4C so wear a coat and hat. Thankfully Nestor supplied torches for a long cold tunnel section. There is something soothing about walking...More
At less than 5km this is an easy walk - perfect for walking out the aches and pains of a previous days almost 15km walk. Stunning waterfall at teh end and short enough to take it at an easy stroll, although fairly busy compared to...More
Much more interesting route than Levada 25 fontains. In spite of the fact that it is much shorter, there is more interesting walking route finished by huge waterfall with closed tunnel.
We walked about 11 km for 5,5 hours starting from Rabaçal upper bus stop,...More
Nice walk along river ( 1.8km) however to get there u have to do a 30 min walk from car parking ; or use shuttle ( 3 eur) definitely worth doing . We couldn’t do 25 fonte was too difficult walk so being able to...More
A small and accessible levada walk, perfect for beginners, not very dangerous. When you finally arrive at the Risco (a waterfall) the view is fantastic. This levada also gives you access to the "25 Fontes" levada, a little more dangerous but what an amazing walk!
We parked at the parking lot off the highway and then took a shuttle for 5 euros down to the trail head 4.7 km each way. We were glad we did as the walk is just ordinary and then we had time to drive on...More
You should probably start from the parking at the top of the mountain. Then you have a ~1.9km walk down the hill to the Casa do Rabaçal (a small place in which you can rest, eat or drink something and use the restrooms). From there...More