Magical East Coast Full-Day Tour in Madeira, Portugal
Delve to the traditional and cultural side from the island. Learn about wickerwork factories, consume a bird's-eye view atop certainly one of Madeira’s highest peaks, admire curious triangle-shaped cottages, and wander through cobbled streets before dealing with your taste buds to a authentic local lunch. Considered Madeira’s cultural capital and called "the village of basket-makers," Camacha’s charm resides in the
wickerwork factories, where baskets of all sizes, hats, ornaments, and wine holders are built. A scenic drive goes to one on the highest peaks within the island, Pico Ariero, which rises 5,965 feet (1,818 m) up in to the sky and supplies you plenty of the possiblility to snap an ideal picture.
Your next stop would be the beautiful Ribeiro Frio (Cold River). Follow amazing on a leisurely hike over the levada (aqueduct) towards the Balcões. Soak up the evergreen-forest landscape that surrounds you together with listen as the best guide explains the purpose on the levada's construction. The charming village of Santana is the best next stop. Its characteristic triangle-shaped cottages have served the locals for years and years as stables and dwellings.
After a conventional lunch, your tour moves toward Machico—a historic town stuffed with stories of pirates plus the first Portuguese explorers. Stroll the tranquil streets before heading to your hotel.