Walking in Madeira Tour 2017

Walking in Madeira Tour

Madeira is famous for its unique levada and mountain walks. These scenic trails cover valleys, mountains, forests, waterfalls and levadas – man made channels transporting water from the north of the island down to the drier south. There are over 2,000km of them all over Madeira.

Enhance your stay by adding our programme of guided walks carefully selected to ensure you experience the very best Madeira has to offer.

Day 1 Thursday: Dublin to Funchal

Direct flight from Dublin to Funchal where you will be met by our representative and transferred to the hotel of your choice.

Day 2 Friday: Ribeiro Frio-Portela (Full day)

10km Levada walk through natural vegetation with scenic views over gorges and valleys with the Penha D’Aguia in the background.

Day 3 Saturday: Prazeres-Ponta do Pargo (Full day)

12km walk from Prazeres to Ponta do Pargo, passing by raposeira, Fajã da ovelha and overlooking the fishing village of Paúl do Mar.

Day 4 Sunday: Rabaçal (Full day) or Day at Leisure

9km levada walk with stunning views of valleys, waterfalls and heather forests. Alternatively, take this as a day of leisure and do the Rabaçal walk on Wednesday.

Day 5 Monday: Queimadas-Caldeirão Verde (Full day)

Walk 12km of Madeira’s oldest Levadas surrounded by the Laurisylva vegetation and stunning landscapes of valleys, waterfalls, sea and mountains.

Day 6 Tuesday: Marocos (Half day)

Starting in Maroços and ending in Ribeira Seca, this 9km walk explores the Machico area surrounded by vegetable and fruit filled terraces and thousands of flowers.

Day 7 Wednesday: Rabacal (Full day) or Day at Leisure

Day of leisure or Rabaçal walk. See day 4 for details.

Day 8 Thursday: Funchal to Dublin

Pick up from your hotel to Funchal Airport where you will fly direct to Dublin.


Choose your hotel in Funchal, a date and add €150pp to your 7 or 14 night package in Funchal


  • 4 full day and 1 half day guided walks
  • Transportation

Not Included

  • Lunch, snacks or drinks

Subject to change due to operational reasons or weather conditions.