The island of Madeira is a perfect place for those ready to embark on an adventure. This island offers some amazing hiking trails that take visitors through UNESCO protected forests and alongside crystal clear waterfalls. Also because of its volcanic origins, Madeira hides numerous viewpoints from high cliffs as well as hidden areas which can only be reached by cable cars and which we strongly recommend. The list is interactive and your votes are the only criteria we use for rating the attractions.
Amazing, incredible, intense, emotional, are just some of a few words visitors of this unique place say after experiencing a ride in Achadas da Cruz cable car and after they having seen all the beautiful beaches bellow the cliff.
Rabacal is the location of some of the best hiking trails on the island of Madeira. It offers a chance to enjoy beautiful forests protected by UNESCO, great biodiversity and see amazing waterfalls. The best thing is that the trail is not that tiring and that you do not need any special equipment.
Cabo Girao is the highest cliff on Madeira Island and the second highest cliff in the world. On top of the cliff there is a viewpoint that offers such a great view on the Atlantic Ocean, the city of Funchal and of course very distant beaches straight bellow.
Punta do Pargo viewpoint on Madeira Island is best known for its breathtaking view on the cliffs and distant volcanic beaches beneath the cliffs. Those that enjoy walking and nature should not miss this opportunity of yet another magnificent view that Madeira has to offer.