Porto Moniz Volcanic Pools and Skywalk Full Day Tour in Open Roof 4x4

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From Funchal we go to São Vicente in the North Coast, known by its vineyards, volcanic caves and Madeira table wine production. Then we visit Seixal´s lava pools, where we can see one of the most famous waterfall that by resembling a bride ́s veil got its name Véu da Noiva . Afterwards, we stop at the natural volcanic pools in Porto Moniz, one of the most visited places in Madeira, having the opportunity to swim in crystalline waters and enjoy the beautiful scenery. After, we go uphill to Fanal, a place of rare beauty in the middle of the Laurissilva Forest, which is one of the 7th Natural Wonders of Portugal, with centenary trees. Continuing to Paúl da Serra, the biggest plateau of the island at nearly 1500 mts high with stunning views, we will have a lunch break (not included) in a typical Madeiran restaurant. To finish our tour, we drive to Cabo Girão, the highest Sea Cliff in Europe and the second in the World with 589 mts., better known for its suspended glass floor Viewpoint.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: True Spirit

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Pass By: Sao Vicente Caves

São Vicente in the north, known by its vineyards, volcanic caves and Madeira wine production.

Stop At: Miradouro do Veu da Noiva

A famous waterfall that resembling a bride's veil due to the abundance in water.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Seixal Natural Pool

Volcanics pools where you can swim in crystaline waters and enjoy the beautiful scenery around them..

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Porto Moniz Natural Swimming Pools

One of the most visited places in Madeira

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Stop At: Cabo Girao

Skywalk. The highest Sea Cliff In Europe (589m) with the amazing glass floor balcony.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Vereda do Fanal

Fanal, one of the 7th Natural Wonders of Portugal, with centenary trees in the middle of the Laurissilva Forest.

Duration: 20 minutes
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