With this tour you can explore the following places: Farmers Market in Funchal, Botanic Garden, Cristo Rei, Eira do Serrado, Pico dos Barcelos, Cabo Girão and Câmara de Lobos. Pico do Arieiro, with 1818m above the sea level is the second highest peak of the island, gives us a fantastic view of the central massif of the island, and where you can start a walking path to the highest peak, Pico Ruivo.
“Farmers market“, opened on November 24, 1940 in order to make it in the big pole city providers, today continues to pursue those functions commercializing products of all kinds especially the typical products of this island, and where we can admire large tile panels of Bail Batisttini Maria of Portugal, dated 1940 and painted with regional themes by João Rodrigues.
“Botanical Garden“, a fantastic garden located in the city of Funchal, which boasts more than 2,000 exotic plants from all over the world; several trees and ornamental shrubs, lawns and viewpoints. And with an amphitheater for recreational activities.
“Pico do Arieiro“, with 1818m above sea level is the second highest peak of the island, it gives a fantastic view of the central massif of the island, and where you can start a walking path to the highest peak, Pico Ruivo.
“Eira do Serrado” is located in the interior of Câmara de Lobos municipality, with fantastic views over the valley of Curral das Freiras, which is a small village located in the heart of the island, one of the few places where it is not possible to see the sea.
“Pico dos Barcelos“, is a Viewpoint Place located in Santo António parish where you can admire stunning views over the bay of Funchal, with the Deserted Islands in the background.
“Cabo Girão“, situated 580 meters above the sea level is famous for its cliff which is the highest in Europe, where you can find a suspended glass platform with a magnificent and dizzying views With a panoramic view of the Câmara de Lobos and Funchal municipalities.
“Câmara de Lobos” is a fishing village, located south of the island in a small bay next to the Funchal. It is known to be the home of Poncha.