Pickup at

Funchal Cruise Ship Port


Every Day


Free cancelation until 24 hours before

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If the Tour is Cancelled Full Refunded will be issued


Visit Eira do Serrado for a fantastic valley panorama. Pico dos Barcelos offers a panoramic view of Funchal. Explore Pico do Arieiro, Madeira’s third highest peak at 1818m. Enjoy Madeira Botanical Garden’s 2000 plant species.

Points of Interest

  • Pico dos Barcelos Viewpoint
  • Eira do Serrado Viewpoint
  • Cabo Girão SkyWalk
  • Botanical Garden


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Vehicle 1 to 4 pax


Vehicle 5 to 8 pax

Tour Itinerary

Pico dos Barcelos Viewpoint

High above the hotel zone is a tree topped belvedere. Pico dos Barcelos has an observation point on the edge of Funchal, it is 355m (1165 ft). There’s a magnificent view across Funchal from the top of the viewpoint. The nuns valley tour will then hen take the old narrow, very winding road, up through the eucalyptus forest until Eira do Serrado, absorbing the picturesque view of the peaks.

Eira do Serrado Viewpoint

The viewpoint at Eira do Serrado offers breathtaking views over Curral das Freiras, a valley encased by steep peaks. Previously thought to be a volcanic crater, its unique shape actually results from erosion. The area is rich in agriculture, with terraces of wine, fruits, vegetables, and sweet chestnut trees below.

Pico do Arieiro

Ascend on the Madeira Peaks & Gardens Tour towards Pico Arieiro, the island’s third highest peak at 1818m. Experience the transition from lush woodland to rugged cliffs, offering stunning vistas and rare Madeira junipers on descent.

Terreiro da Luta Viewpoint

Leaving Pico Areiro, in the direction of the mountains, passing through a dense forest of mimosas trees, reaching this impressive hillside monument, which overlooks the whole bay of Funchal. It consists of a massive monument of the Virgin Maria, lady of peace. The monument was created in 1927. It is over 5 mts (17 ft) high and weighs 20 ton.

Botanical Gardens

Nestled between northern mountains and southern seas, Funchal’s Botanical Garden spans 8 hectares near the city center. Home to 3,000 global plant species, including 200 endemic to Macaronesia, it boasts over 15,000 specimens and a rare bird sanctuary. The excursion ends in front of your Cruiseship .

Please note: The price for the private tour does not include the cost of the entrance at Gardens.

Open Daily – 9h30 to 17h30

  • 7.50€ (Adult)
  • 3.00€ (Children)
  • Free (Children under 6)

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