Walking in Madeira

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Walking in Madeira

5.0/5 Based on 6 Reviews No Booking FeesDedicated Travel Advisor
Our Price From 1,861 Per Person
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 Trip Length
8 Days
 Trip Starts
Santana
 Trip Finishes
Funchal
8 Day Walking in Madeira Itinerary (Explore)
Countries Explored: Madeira, Portugal
Our Price From 1,861 Per Person
Exclusive Savings 219 Per Person
 Trip Length
8 Days
 Trip Starts
Santana
 Trip Finishes
Funchal
8 Day Walking in Madeira Itinerary (Explore)
Countries Explored: Madeira, Portugal
Trip Style
Walk & Trek
Departures
Accommodation
Comfortable
Max. Group Size
15
Pace
Moderate
Guide Level
Fully Guided
Trip Code
TM
Trip Style
Walk & Trek
Departures
Accommodation
Comfortable
Max. Group Size
15
Pace
Moderate
Guide Level
Fully Guided
Trip Code
TM

Overview

Read 6 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on Explore's 8 Day Walking in Madeira. Following Madeira's unique network of levadas and ancient footpaths, this trip discovers the many different sides to this beautiful volcanic island. Walk through Laurel forest, along cliff tops to the Ponta de São Lourenço and past alluring waterfalls.
Read 6 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on Explore's 8 Day Walking in Madeira. Discover the Pearl of the Atlantic on our week-long walking tour in Madeira. It might be small, but this volcanic island is bursting with beauty, from its unique geological formations to its breathtaking coastlines and, not forgetting its time-old traditions. Take in the landscapes, walking along cliff tops to the Ponta da Sao Lourenco and past alluring waterfalls, then, at the end of the day, get acquainted with local life, sipping Madeiran wine in quaint, local towns and vi...read morellages.

Itinerary

Our trip begins in Santana a beautiful village on the north coast. Home to Madeira's famed 'Bordado da Madeira' (embroidery) and traditional thatched 'A' frame houses known as 'palheiros'. For those arriving on time, your tour leader plans to meet you in the hotel reception at 7pm for the welcome meeting and for those that wish, there is the chance to go out for dinner. If you would like an airport transfer today, you'll need to arrive into Madeira Airport (FNC), which is around 30 minutes' drive from the hotel. Should you miss the welcome meeting, your leader will inform you of any essential information as soon as you catch up. Tonight you might like to try one of fresh seafood dishes that Madeira is known for, such as tuna with fried maize or black scabbard with fried banana, and for dessert perhaps enjoy a taste of passionfruit pudding. Stay: Hotel O Colmo, Santana (Comfortable)

This morning we drive through a peaceful agricultural area, where the rich soil helps to yield up to 3 crops yearly, to the starting point of today's walk in Machico. We follow a levada (irrigation canal), weaving through a rural landscape where small plots are planted with various fruits and vegetables grow side by side with exotic forests. We follow the path to Boca do Risco, one of the most beautiful natural viewpoints on the east side of the island. From here we walk along the cliff tops, with fine panoramic views and wildlife spotting opportunities including the Madeira Firecrest, an endemic bird species on the islands and a vast array of beautiful plants. The walk finishes at Porto da Cruz. From here we drive back to Santana, stopping at a sugar cane factory and rum distillery for an optional tasting of this dark nectar!

Today's 8 kilometre/5 mile trek is expected to take around 3 hours with 100 metres/328 feet of ascent and descent. The cliff-side path is narrow in places, with small exposed sections without railing protection where care needs to be taken. Stay: Hotel O Colmo, Santana (Comfortable) (B)

This morning we drive up to Boaventure, a hamlet of houses perched on the hillside at the top of the valley. The trail begins with almost 200 metres/656 feet of incline, the rest is relatively flat, taking us from the top of the valley and winding down towards the coast. We walk to a hidden waterfall before entering the thick, lush UNESCO protected laurel forest and follow the Levada dos Tornos. The Levada dos Tornos is one of the most important levadas that passes through a large part of Madeira to bring water from the island's north to its southern, drier areas. At breaks in the trees we will be afforded sweeping views of the valley, the cliff-side levada becoming more scenic as the views down to the coast open up.

From Faja do Penedo our vehicle takes us along the scenic north coast to Porto Moniz. The 16 kilometre/10 mile stretch of road from Sao Vicente to Porto Moniz took 16 years to complete and was built entirely by hand! Porto Moniz has unusual rock pools, created by volcanic activity. In summer the sun warms the trapped sea water making them excellent places to swim or simply bask after a day's walking. When the weather is rougher, the waves crash dramatically over the seawall and it is hard to believe that the rock pools really exist!

Today's 13 kilometre/8 mile trek is expected to take around 5 hours with 280 metres/918 feet of ascent and descent. There are several small sections of the hill-side levada without railing protection where particular care needs to be taken. Stay: Hotel Euro Moniz (Comfortable) (B)

Today's walk starts at Rabaçal from where we follow the Levada do Alecrim (rosemary), one of the most beautiful levadas of Madeira. Along the trail we can enjoy the variety of endemic flora and take in amazing views down into the Rabaçal and Ribeira da Janela valleys. Continuing our hike, we reach the majestic Lagoa do Vento, a river basin formed by the water falling from the top of the cliff, coming from the Ribeira do Lajeado. After a rest and perhaps a swim, we have an hour walking amongst the laurel forest to reach the House of Rabaçal where we will stop for lunch.

After lunch we follow the Levada do Risco to the waterfall that feeds it. After enjoying this magnificent viewpoint we continue to the 800 metre/2624 feet Tunel dos Cavaleiros through which the beautiful valley of Calheta and the sea is visible.

Today's 12 kilometre/7.5 mile trek is expected to take around 5 hours with 475 metres/1,558 feet of descent. Stay: Hotel Euro Moniz (Comfortable) (B)

Today we drive to the south coast of the island, making a stop at Ponta do Vigia, the westernmost tip of the island. The lighthouse here stands on the cliffs 300 metres/984 feet above the waves. Built in 1922, it houses a small museum containing exhibits on the lighthouses of Madeira.

Our walk today begins from Lombada, just inland from Ponta de Sol. We follow the Levada Nova, guiding us round the hillside with views over the coastline and villages of Ribeira Brava. The landscape here gives us a great insight into local livelihoods and traditions, passing banana plantations, cultivated fields and colourful endemic flora, which the tour leader will point out along the route.

The walk ends in Ribeira Brava, where we can stop for a refreshment. From here the bus takes us onto Funchal with a stop at Miradouro do Tanque. Funchal takes its name from 'funcho', meaning fennel and according to local legend, when Zarco landed here in 1419, he named this spot after the abundance of the herb he found. Visiting sailors used to call the city 'Little Lisbon' because of the grandeur of its cathedral and the buildings that line its harbour.

Our hotel for the last 3 nights is Hotel do Carmo which is a 3 stars hotel right in Funchal's city center, with an ideal position to discover the city's main points of interest. This hotel is a very good example of late nineteen sixties interior design, which confers it an identity and style of its own. On the last floor there's an outdoor swimming pool with a wonderful view over the bay and the surrounding mountains.

Today's 10 kilometre/6.2 mile trek is expected to take around four hours with 50 metres/164 feet of ascent and descent. There are several small sections of the hill-side levada without railing protection. Stay: Hotel do Carmo, Funchal (Comfortable) (B)

This morning there is the option for your tour leader to guide an hour's orientation walk around the old town or explore on your own. Discover the narrow, cobbled lanes, passing renovated fishermen's cottages, restaurants and art and craft shops. Visit the Mercado dos Lavradores, farmers market, or an Madeiran embroidery workshop. Take time to admire the art work painted on the doors of oldest street, Rua de Santa Maria. There is the opportunity to visit the Brady's wine cellar and taste the different varieties of Madeira wine, the famous fortifies wine produced in the island since the 17th century. In the afternoon there is choice of activities. You could take a half day cruise and try your luck searching for whales and dolphins. You may simply wish to enjoy more time exploring Funchal, strolling through the botanic gardens and finishing the afternoon with tea at the venerable and atmospheric Reids Palace Hotel for a touch of turn of the century opulence. You may also wish to take the cable car up to the tropical gardens at Monte. Stay: Hotel do Carmo, Funchal (Comfortable) (B)

Today's walk starts at Pico Arieiro (1,818 metres/5,965 feet). From here we follow the trail to the summit of Pico Ruivo (1,862,metres/6,109feet), Madeira's highest point, where on a clear day we are rewarded with stunning views down over the island. This route includes walking part of the famous Balcony Walk and passes through several tunnels (a torch is necessary) including the Túnel do Pico do Gato. This walk can be more challenging than the previous walks, and there are some short, steep sections involving stone steps and metal staircases.

From the pico we descend to Achada de Texeira (1,542 metres/5,059 feet) before returning by minibus to the island's capital. The old part of town has many restaurants where you can try Espada, a long flat fish unique to the waters around Madeira (and some islands in Japan). This fish has very large eyes and can live at depths below 800 metres/2,624feet. The Madeirans serve it with banana, which is a delicious combination!

Perhaps the best way to spend the evening is on the harbour front, sampling a glass of the famous Madeira wine, enjoyed by many throughout the ages, including Sir Winston Churchill.

Today's 11 kilometre/6.8 mile trek is expected to take around five-and-a-half hours with 320 metres/1,049 feet of ascent and descent. This walk can be more challenging than the previous walks, and may not be suitable for those afraid of heights. There are some short, steep sections involving stone steps, three metal staircases and small sections with steep drops offs to the sides. There are handrails/wire sides at these points and your tour leader will be there to support you.

*Please note that the walk from Pico Arieiro to Pico Ruivo can be closed in bad weather. In this case your tour leader will offer you the best alternative walk for the weather and the group. Stay: Hotel do Carmo, Funchal (Comfortable) (B)

The trip ends after breakfast at our hotel in Funchal.

There are no activities planned today, so you are free to depart from Funchal at any time. If your flight is departing later in the day luggage storage facilities are available at our hotel. If you would like an airport transfer today, you need to depart from Madeira Airport (FNC), which a 25 minutes' drive . (B)

Our tour begins today in Santana on Madeira's north coast. The beautiful village is home to the famous 'Bordado da Madeira' embroidery and traditional thatched, A-frame houses known as 'palheiros'.

For those arriving in time, your Tour Leader will meet you in the hotel reception at 7pm for a welcome meeting and for those that wish, there is the chance to go out for dinner. If you'd like an airport transfer today, you'll need to arrive into Madeira Airport (FNC), which is around a 30-minute drive from the hotel. Should you miss the welcome meeting, your tour leader will inform you of any essential information as soon as you catch up.

Tonight, you might like to try one of the fresh seafood dishes that Madeira is known for, such as tuna with fried maize or black scabbard with fried banana, and for dessert why not sample the local passionfruit pudding? Stay: Hotel O Colmo, Santana (Comfortable)

This morning, we'll drive to the starting point of today's walk via peaceful agricultural land where the rich soil yields up to three crops per year. We'll follow a levada (Madeira's unique irrigation canals), weaving through a rural landscape where fruits and vegetables grow side by side with exotic forests. We'll continue on the path to Boca do Risco, one of the most beautiful viewpoints on the east side of the island. From here, we'll walk along the cliff tops, where we can soak up panoramic views and spot local wildlife, including the Madeira Firecrest. Our walk finishes at Porto da Cruz.

Walk completed, we'll drive back to Santana, stopping at a sugar cane factory and rum distillery for an optional tasting of the dark nectar.

Today's 12-kilometre/7.45-mile trek is expected to take around 5 hours with 100 metres/328 feet of ascent and descent. The cliff-side path is narrow in places, with small, exposed sections that don't have a railing - care should be taken along these sections and those with vertigo might want to skip them. Stay: Hotel O Colmo, Santana (Comfortable) (B)

This morning, we'll drive up to Boaventura, a hamlet of houses perched on the hillside at the top of the valley. Our trail kicks off with almost 200 metres/656 feet of incline, but the rest of the way is relatively flat, taking us from the top of the valley and winding down towards the coast. We'll walk to a hidden waterfall before entering the lush UNESCO-protected Laurel Forest and following the Levada dos Tornos. The Levada dos Tornos is one of the most important levadas in Madeira as it brings water from the island's north to its southern, drier areas. As we get closer to the coast, you can catch sweeping views of the valley.

From Faja do Penedo our vehicle will take us along the scenic north coast to Porto Moniz. The 16-kilometre/10-mile stretch of road from Sao Vicente to Porto Moniz took 16 years to complete (it was built entirely by hand!). Porto Moniz is known for its unusual rock pools which were created by volcanic activity. In summer, the sun warms the trapped sea water making them perfect to dip into for a swim or a soak. When the weather is rougher, the waves crash dramatically over the seawall blotting out the rock pools altogether.

Today's 13-kilometre/8-mile trek is expected to take around 5 hours with 280 metres/918 feet of ascent and descent. Again, several exposed sections don't have a railing - care should be taken along these sections and those with vertigo might want to skip them. Stay: Hotel Euro Moniz (Comfortable) (B)

Today's walk starts at Rabaçal, from where we'll follow the Levada do Alecrim (rosemary), one of the most beautiful levadas in Madeira. Along the trail, we'll spot several species of flora that are endemic to Madeira and take in the views down into the Rabaçal and Ribeira da Janela valleys. We'll reach the majestic Lagoa do Vento, a river basin formed by the water falling from the top of the cliff, coming from the Ribeira do Lajeado. After a rest (and perhaps a swim), we'll have an hour walking through the Laurel Forest to reach the House of Rabaçal, where we'll stop for lunch.

Fed and watered, we'll follow the Levada do Risco to the waterfall that feeds it. It's a magnificent viewpoint and the perfect rest spot to stop before we continue to the 800-metre/2624-foot Tunel dos Cavaleiros, through which the beautiful valley of Calheta and the sea can be spotted.

Today's 12-kilometre/7.5-mile trek is expected to take around 5 hours with 475 metres/1,558 feet of descent. Stay: Hotel Euro Moniz (Comfortable) (B)

Today, we'll drive to the south coast, making a stop at Ponta do Vigia, the westernmost tip of the island. The lighthouse here stands on the cliffs 300 metres/984 feet above the waves. Built in 1922, it houses a small museum containing an exhibit about the lighthouses of Madeira.

Our walk today begins from Lombada, just inland from Ponta de Sol. We'll follow the Levada Nova around the hillside, with views over the coastline and villages of Ribeira Brava. The landscape gives us a glimpse into local livelihoods and traditions as we pass banana plantations, cultivated fields and colourful flora.

Our walk ends in Ribeira Brava, where we'll stop for a refreshment before heading to the capital, Funchal, with a stop at Miradouro do Tanque en route.

Funchal takes its name from 'funcho', meaning fennel and according to local legend, when Zarco landed here in 1419, he named this spot after the abundance of the herb he found. Visiting sailors used to call the city 'Little Lisbon' thanks to the grandeur of its cathedral and the buildings that line its harbour.

Our base for our final three nights is Hotel do Carmo, a 3-star hotel in the heart of Funchal. The hotel features playful 1960s interior design with vintage furniture and retro artworks adding to its character. It has a rooftop swimming pool with views over the bay and the surrounding mountains.

Today's 10-kilometre/6.2-mile trek is expected to take around four hours with 50 metres/164 feet of ascent and descent. There are several small sections of the hillside levada without railing protection. Stay: Hotel do Carmo, Funchal (Comfortable) (B)

This morning there will be the option to get to know Funchal with a guided, hour-long orientation walk with our tour leader. Alternatively, you can explore the old town at your own pace.

Take the opportunity to discover the narrow, cobbled lanes as you pass by renovated fishermen's cottages, vibrant restaurants and art and craft shops. Don't forget to take the time to admire the artworks painted on the doors of the oldest street, Rua de Santa Maria. You might like to visit the Mercado dos Lavradores (the farmers market) or a Madeiran embroidery workshop. There'll also be the opportunity to visit Blandy's Wine Lodge and taste a variety of Madeiran wine, which has been produced on the island since the 17th century.

In the afternoon, there are a choice of activities on offer. You might choose to take a half-day cruise to try to spot whales and dolphins. Alternatively, you can enjoy more time exploring Funchal, strolling through the botanic gardens and finishing the afternoon with tea at the opulent Reids Palace Hotel. If you'd rather be out in nature, you could take the cable car up to the tropical gardens at Monte. Stay: Hotel do Carmo, Funchal (Comfortable) (B)

Today's walk starts at Pico Arieiro (1,818 metres/5,965 feet). From here, we'll follow the trail to the summit of Pico Ruivo (1,862 metres/6,109 feet), Madeira's highest point. Our route takes us along part of Madeira's famous Balcony Walk and passes through several tunnels (remember your torch) including the Túnel do Pico do Gato. It's worth noting that this trail is more challenging than our previous walks and there are some short, steep sections involving stone steps and metal staircases. From the Pico Ruivo, we'll descend to Achada de Texeira (1,542 metres/5,059 feet) before returning to Funchal by bus.

Perhaps the best way to spend our final night in Madeira is on the harbourfront, sipping a glass of local wine, or in the old town, where you'll find plenty of restaurants serving up traditional dishes. Look out for Espada, a long flat fish that's unique to the waters around Madeira (and some islands in Japan). The Madeirans serve it with banana - a delicious combination!

Today's 11-kilometre/6.8-mile trek is expected to take around five-and-a-half hours with 320 metres/1,049 feet of ascent and descent.

As noted above, this walk is the most challenging on our itinerary. It might not be suitable for those with a fear of heights as there are some sections with steep drop-offs. Our tour leader is there to support you through it.

It's also worth noting that the Balcony Walk can be extremely busy. It can also close without notice due to bad weather and landslides. Our tour leader may decide to alter the itinerary depending on the conditions on the day. Stay: Hotel do Carmo, Funchal (Comfortable) (B)

The trip ends after breakfast at our hotel in Funchal.

There are no activities planned today, so you're free to depart from Funchal at any time. If your flight is departing later in the day luggage storage facilities are available at our hotel. If you'd like an airport transfer today, you'll need to depart from Madeira Airport (FNC), which is a 25-minute drive from the hotel. (B)

Trip Inclusions

  • One-week holiday traversing Madeira Island on foot
  • Follow the levadas as they meander along the southern slopes
  • Enjoy swimming in natural rock pools in Porto Moniz

  • For those who are fit and active, these moderate walks are normally on good paths and tracks at low altitude. Days may include some fairly demanding ascents and descents, so previous experience is preferable but not essential.

  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Price is for land, cruise and internal flights as specified. Flights not specified are not included

  • One-week holiday traversing Madeira Island on foot
  • Follow the levadas as they meander along the southern slopes
  • Enjoy swimming in natural rock pools in Porto Moniz

  • For those who are fit and active, these moderate walks are normally on good paths and tracks at low altitude. Days may include some fairly demanding ascents and descents, so previous experience is preferable but not essential.

  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Price is for land, cruise and internal flights as specified. Flights not specified are not included
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Explore's leaders are more than just your typical guide. They're your local expert are are passionate about sharing their expertise with you. Read more

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Trip Reviews (6) Most Recent 'Walking in Madeira' Reviews

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Unique Madeira 0 , VIC, Australia, Jun 2024
The itinerary for hiking Madeira island made this trip very enjoyable. From north to south, east to west I left feeling I had a wonderful sense of what makes Madeira so unique. Phillipe our guide was very committed to creating an enjoyable, informative and interesting trip - wonderful knowledge which he generously shares. I respect his organization ...read more of a diverse group of strangers - a great skill - done so nicely. I now have my sights set on the Azores with Explore!
Levada Trails of Madeira 0 , Australia, Feb 2019
It does say on the trip notes about the levada walks not being suitable for people afraid of heights, but it might be useful to show just how high up, and how narrow the paths are!
Loved our holiday. 0 , Australia, Jan 2019
Loved our holiday. 5 stars to all involved! On the final day in Funchal - would've liked the opportunity to do a tasting of Madeira wine (as a paid for optional add on).
Levada Trails. 0 , Australia, Jan 2019
It would be good to have a more challenging walking holiday in Madeira - longer hikes
Walk can be more "Full On" and intense. 0 , Australia, Jan 2019
Walk can be more "Full On" and intense. Fillipe is fantastic guide. Walks can be more full on to cover many other walks. Having a better hotel in Funchal and Porto Santo on the northern tip will really help. AT funchal having a hotel with Sauna..infact all hotels will have great advantage to recover
Fantastic holiday. 0 , Australia, Jan 2019
Fantastic holiday from start to finish. No complaints or critisms. Superb guide, excellent accommodation and driver.
Another brilliant Explore! holiday.
Thank you..
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Tour & cruises prices are per person. Prices shown have savings applied, are subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Pricing and trip details are correct at this point in time, however are subject to confirmation at the time of booking and are subject to change by Explore. For cruise itineraries, cabin images are sourced from Explore. These should be treated as indicative only. Cabin inclusions, upholsteries and room layout may differ to the image(s) shown depending on the ship selected and your sailing dates.

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