Breakfast buffet at the Hotel.
A day filled with the discovering of many natural beauties and stunning views. Our first stop will be in Câmara de Lobos, a colourful fishing town, eternalized by Sir Winston Churchill’s painting in 1950. Passing through different vineyard fields, which grapes are used for the famous Madeira wine, we will reach the highest sea cliff of Europe and the second highest of the world, Cabo Girão (entrance fee of 1,50€ - local payment), with 580m. From the glass platform, impressive views over the south coast can be enjoyed and, underneath your feet, the views of the sea and the small plateau with the different crops are just breath-taking! Continuing along the west coast, we will reach Ribeira Brava, where we will make a brief stop. At Encumeada viewpoint, at 1007m, enjoy incredible views over both coasts of the island. Later, we will cross the Paúl da Serra plateau, the largest plateau of Madeira. In Porto Moniz, a famous corner of the north, known for its beautiful natural pools, we will make our stop for lunch. During the afternoon, you can see small waterfalls passing through Seixal until you reach São Vicente. Here, we will make our last stop.
Return to the Hotel. Accommodation in Funchal.