Vineyards and Cabo Girao
Begin this wonderful day in Madeira as you travel to a place of breath-taking beauty and one of the highest sea cliffs in Europe, Cabo Girao. One of the most emblematic sightseeing points in the area is yours to discover, before the hustle and bustle of buses and cars full of tourists. Your open-air safari style vehicles will allow the wind through your hair and give you the chance to get up-close and personal with nature.
Continue to the mountains and be introduced to the viewpoint of Boca dos Namorados overlooking the highest of Madeira's mountains and Nuns Valley village, a small parish nestling between almost perpendicular mountains in the heart of the island. In 1566 the nuns from the Santa Clara convent fled from pirates attacking Funchal and found seclusion here, where they also brought the convent treasure. Discover the narrow pathways between farms in which cherry and chestnut trees share space with extensive vineyards. The route is seemingly painted in green or bronze colors, sprinkled with the rooftop orange and multi-colored walls travelling downhill until at last reaching the blue of the sea. Look for the likewise colorful, typical Camara de Lobos boats resting from fishing adventures.
Make your way next to taste the delicious nectar made by one of the oldest wine cellars popular around this village. Be provided with a wine tasting consisting of the world-famous Madeira produced wines.