Madeira : West and East Mega Tour in 1 Day with Drinks and Snacks

Madeira : West and East Mega Tour in 1 Day with Drinks and Snacks

Explore both sides of the breathtaking Maderia Island in a single day. Traverse from the eastern tip all the way to the west end, seeing its hidden gems, natural delights, and swimming in fresh waters along the way. Ideal tour for people interested in getting to know the hidden gems of Madeira as well as some of the most popular spots, without the hassle of big groups

Itinerary
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Stop At: Miradouro do Cristo Rei do Garajau, Estrada Nova do Cristo Rei, Madeira 6160-206 Portugal

The Cristo Rei statue , also known as Christ the King, is a religious monument located in Garajau.

The Cristo Rei statue is a 15-meter tall statue of Jesus Christ, with arms outstretched, standing on a pedestal that is 8 meters high. It was inaugurated on October 1, 1927.

The statue was erected to commemorate the end of World War I and to express gratitude for the safety of the Madeiran soldiers who fought in the war.

The Cristo Rei statue is located on a hilltop, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It is visible from many parts of the island.

The statue is illuminated at night, providing a stunning view of the monument and the surrounding area.

In addition to the Cristo Rei statue, the site also includes a small chapel and a viewpoint that offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, including Funchal Bay.

Overall, the Cristo Rei statue in Madeira Island is a significant religious and cultural landmark on the island, attracting visitors from around the world.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Ponta de Sao Lourenco, Canical, Madeira 9200-034 Portugal

Ponta de São Lourenço is a peninsula located on the eastern end of the island of Madeira. It is known for its natural beauty, rugged terrain, and hiking trails.

The peninsula is made up of volcanic rock formations and is home to a variety of flora and fauna, including seabirds and rare plant species. The area is also known for its crystal clear waters, which are popular for swimming and snorkeling.

The hiking trails in Ponta de São Lourenço offer stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding landscapes. The trails are well-maintained and range in difficulty, from easy walks to more challenging treks. Visitors can also explore the lighthouse at the end of the peninsula, which offers panoramic views of the coastline.

Overall, Ponta de São Lourenço is a must-see destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts visiting Madeira.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Miradouro do guindaste, Estrada do Guindaste, Madeira 9230-000 Portugal

Skywalk viewpoint in the region of Faial in Santana. Great view to the northeast coast and also a great place to see the sunrise

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Santana, Madeira Portugal

Santana is a small town located on the northern coast of Madeira, known for its colorful traditional houses with thatched roofs, which are a popular tourist attraction.

The town is situated in the mountains and has a population of around 8,000 people.

Santana's traditional houses, known as palheiros, are made of stone and have triangular thatched roofs. The roofs are made of straw, and the design helps protect the houses from the island's frequent rain and wind.

The palheiros are painted in bright colors, including red, blue, and green, which makes for a striking sight against the green landscape of the surrounding mountains.

You will have an opportunity to visit these typical houses and see some beautiful flowers in the center of Santana.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Ruinas de Sao Jorge, Estrada do Estudante do Calhau de Sao Jorge, Madeira 9230-082 Portugal

São Jorge is a parish located on the north coast of the island of Madeira, an autonomous region of Portugal. The São Jorge Ruins refer to the remains of an old sugar cane factory that was once a significant economic activity on the island during the 16th and 17th centuries.

The ruins are located in the center of the São Jorge village, and they are considered one of the most important historical sites in the region. They consist of a few walls, arches, and chimneys that are still standing, offering visitors a glimpse into the past and the island's sugar cane industry.

Explore the site, learn about the history of the sugar cane industry in Madeira, and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding countryside and some spectacular ocean waves beating against the pebble beach by the ruins.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Porto Moniz Natural Swimming Pools, Praca Do Lyra Vila De Porto Moniz, Porto Moniz, Madeira 9270-053 Portugal

Ideal place for a swim and lunch.
Porto Moniz is located on the northwest coast of Madeira .
It is known for its natural swimming pools, volcanic landscapes, and beautiful sea views.

Natural Swimming Pools: Porto Moniz is famous for its natural swimming pools, which are formed by volcanic rocks and filled with crystal-clear seawater. These pools are a popular attraction for tourists and locals alike, and they offer a unique swimming experience in a beautiful setting.

Sea Views: Porto Moniz is situated on the northwest coast of Madeira, and it offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. The town itself is built on a hillside overlooking the sea, and there are several viewpoints where you can take in the panoramic views.

Overall, Porto Moniz is a beautiful and unique destination that offers a glimpse into the volcanic landscapes and natural beauty of Madeira.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Ponta do Pargo Lighthouse, Ponta da Vigia, Ponta do Pargo, Calheta, Madeira 9385-251 Portugal

A great place to enjoy some great views to the Atlantic Ocean, located at 300 mts of altitude.
Ponta do Pargo Lighthouse is located on the westernmost point of Madeira Island, Portugal. It is a historic lighthouse that has been in operation since 1922, and it serves as an important navigation aid for ships in the Atlantic Ocean.

The lighthouse is situated on a cliff that rises 300 meters above sea level, making it one of the highest lighthouses in Europe. Its light can be seen up to 23 nautical miles away, and it has a focal height of 312 meters above sea level.

The tower of the lighthouse is made of reinforced concrete and has a height of 14 meters. The light source is a rotating lens system that emits a white flash every 10 seconds. The lighthouse is fully automated and is controlled remotely by the Portuguese Maritime Authority.


Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Paul do Mar, Paul do Mar, Calheta, Madeira, Madeira Islands

Paul do Mar is a small village located on the southwestern coast of the island, in the municipality of Calheta, which is known for its beautiful beaches and rugged landscape.

The village of Paul do Mar is known for its fishing heritage and its charming atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy a stroll along the waterfront promenade and observe local fishermen at work, or relax on the black sand beach. The village also has a small marina where boats can be rented for fishing or sightseeing excursions.

In addition to its natural beauty, Paul do Mar is known for being one of the best places for surfing on the island.

Overall, Paul do Mar is a great destination for those seeking a quiet and authentic Portuguese experience.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Cabo Girao, Camara De Lobos, Madeira Portugal

Cabo Girao is a sea cliff located on the southern coast of the island.
The cliff is approximately 580 meters (1,900 feet) high and is one of the highest sea cliffs in Europe. It is a popular attraction and offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding landscape.

The name "Cabo Girao" means "hanging cape" in Portuguese, and it refers to the way the cliff juts out over the sea. There is a glass viewing platform at the top of the cliff, which was opened in 2012 and allows visitors to look straight down to the sea below.



Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Cascata dos Anjos, Caminho das Fontes 15 Chapel of Our Lady of the Angels, Ponta Do Sol, Madeira 9360-355 Portugal

Angel's Waterfall or Cascata dos Anjos, is a stunning waterfall located in Ponta do Sol, a municipality on the southwest coast of the island .
The waterfall is named after the nearby Angel's beach, which is a popular spot for swimming and sunbathing.

Once you reach the waterfall, you'll be rewarded with a breathtaking view of the cascading water and the lush greenery that surrounds it. The waterfall is particularly stunning after a rainfall, when the water flows more heavily.
Overall, Angel's Waterfall is a beautiful natural wonder that's well worth the visit.
In case the road to the Angels waterfall is closed we replace this stop with Ponta do Sol for safety reasons

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Funchal, Funchal, Madeira, Madeira Islands

Drive from funchal to first stop, including the drive in between the various places and the return drive

Duration: 4 hours



Informacion Adicional
"Not wheelchair accessible"
"Stroller accessible"
"Service animals allowed"
"Infant seats available"
"Most travelers can participate"
"Minimum age can have alcohol beverages starts at 18 years old"
"This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers"
"Confirmation will be received at time of booking"



Start Time: 08:30 AM
Duration: 9 To 10 Hours
Start location: Traveler pickup is offered
Guide will ask for your name and specify the tour

Pickups outside our Pickup area might be subject to extra fees to accomodate extra expenses with transport and guides such as extra hours among others.

RIbeira Brava :
45 Euros for pickup and drop-off per booking (1-8 people) in RIbeira Brava / 30 Euros for pickup in ribeira brava and drop-off in Funchal

Ponta do Sol :
60 Euros for pickup and drop-off per booking (1-8 people) in Ponta do Sol / 40 Euros for pickup in Ponta do Sol and drop-off in Funchal

Santana/São Vicente
100 Euros for pickup and drop-off per booking (1-8 people) in Santana or São Vicente / 70 Euros for pickup in Santana or São Vicente and drop-off in Funchal

Calheta (center) :
80 Euros for pickup and drop-off per booking (1-8 people)in Calheta/ 50 Euros for pickup in Calheta and drop-off in Funchal


Cancellations and refunds: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start time of the experience.

Included

  • Coffee and/or Tea
  • Snacks
  • Alcoholic Beverages - Beer, Wine
  • Total duration of the tour includes the travel time

Not Included

  • Admission fee - Porto Moniz Natural Paid Swimming Pool (1.50 EUR per person)
  • Admission fee - Cabo Girao (2 EUR per person)

Facilities


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