Get to know the Madeira Island in all its splendour. The natural beauty of the island is far more evident when walking along the island mountains. Levadas are irrigation system that run through the mountains, where we have the splendid laurissilva forest.

Note: All levadas tours have a tourist guide fluent in Portuguese, English, French or German.

Serra D´ Água Valley

Monday and Saturday When everyone thought they'd already seen the whole island of Madeira, we found more to offer....

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Rabaçal - Risco - 25 Fontes

Tuesday and Thursday The Valley of Rabaçal is one mother nature's greatest masterpieces. Descending from the plateau...

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Pico do Arieiro - Pico Ruivo - Achada do Teixeira

Wednesday and Saturday This is as good as it gets! This walk will give you a more complete picture of the real beauty...

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The Lakes of Madeira

Thursday and Sunday This is a walk unlike any other. Many of our guests tell us it is the walk they have enjoyed the...

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Queimadas - Caldeirão Verde - Santana

Friday Our tour starts at the Queimadas guesthouse as we walk along the levada da Serra de São Jorge, we can enjoy the...

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Hidden Paradises - São Jorge - Madeira

Saturday This tour on foot is in the charming Valley of São Jorge and takes you to the island's most breathtaking...

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Referta- Castelejo - Porto da Cruz

Thursday and Sunday This is an easy hike and quite pleasant! We will walk along paths built by man many years ago and...

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Fanal / Assobiadores

Friday A very special foot expedition for regular walkers!Starting at Paul da Serra and finishing in Fanal, this...

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Ribeiro Frio / Portela

Wednesday This is perhaps the most well known levada in Madeira. As we walk along this footpath you will marvel at the...

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Maroços / Mimosa Valley

Wednesday Deep down in Machico's Valley, well known as the Mimosa Valley you will walk along the maintenance path of Levada...

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Paradise Valley

Tuesday and Friday A magnificent walk along the levada of Serra do Faial which is over one hundred years old. Starting...

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