Travel Guide To Madeira - tips from a local - via @anasofianvasc, frommadeiratomars 05.02.2015 | I did this guide once for a friend of a friend that came to Madeira for the first time, a few months ago. It was based on my personal preferences. I’ve decided to share it on the blog so that you can use it and share it as an extra help to planning your stay. Hope you enjoy it and find it useful.
3 Magical walks in Madeira ranging from an easy 3km stroll to Balcões to a moderate.10 km levada walk to the 25 Fontes, or springs. The one in the photo is the walk down into Nun's Valley, aka Curral das Freiras, where nuns eventually tired of running to escape from pirates and bandits and settled. Find out more by clicking on the image.
10 Things to See and Do in Funchal the capital city of Madeira Island. Take a thrilling cable car ride to Monte and explore the gardens or visit the colourful market and streets of Funchal. Click to find out what's possible.
“Poios” is what agriculture fields are called in Madeira Island. They look like this because it’s easier for farmers to plant their crops due to the inclination of the mountains. You can still find some mostly in the north of the Island.