Ponta do Pargo Lighthouse

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Prazeres: Full-Day Nature Walk

1. Prazeres: Full-Day Nature Walk

You’ll begin your nature hike in the western part of the Island. Your mountain guide will take you on a route that passes through spectacular mountain scenery and offers views of coastal villages below. In addition to the luxuriant vegetation, you’ll have constant views of the ocean. This pleasant half-day walk is rated as easy. Enjoy views of the fishing Villages of Paul do Mar and the coastal town of Ponta do Pargo along the way. See Prazeres, a small village where relaxation is an art form! Your walk ends at Ponta do Pargo, a charming town located on Madeira’s western coast. It’s known for its strategically located lighthouse, stunning cliffs that descend to the sea, and its apple festival.

South & Sunset 4x4 Jipe tour - SOUTHWEST COAST MADEIRA

2. South & Sunset 4x4 Jipe tour - SOUTHWEST COAST MADEIRA

Embark on an unforgettable sunset trip to the south coast of Madeira starting with pickup at your accommodation in Funchal or Caniço. Stop at Ponta do Sol, Calheta, Jardim do Mar, and more. End with a mesmerizing sunset and time for dinner.  Start your discovery of the south coast of the island towards Ponta do Sol, where you’ll make your first stop. Then, head towards Calheta, famous for its sandy beach.  Stop at Jardim do Mar next and fall in love with the typical streets of this rustic village. Continue to Paúl do Mar and then to Ponta do Pargo.  Once in Ponta do Pargo, enjoy time for dinner (costs not included) and then have the opportunity to be dazzled by the best Atlantic sunset.

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What people are saying about Ponta do Pargo Lighthouse

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 11 reviews

A wonderful easy hike with beautiful views of the bays and the sea again and again. Our guide taught us a lot about the irrigation system, the flora, fruits and vegetables. In addition, he always showed consideration for the slower among us when it came to pacing. I can only recommend! A small drawback: the minibuses used in Madeira are only intended for small and narrow people. You really have very little space there.

Very good guide who introduced the small group to nature, the country and the people in German, English and French. A beautiful, varied, easy to walk route with wonderful motifs, which is why one would have wished for a little more time to take pictures. The 12 kilometers with a 20-minute break were hiked within just under 4 hours. Absolutely to recommend.

Great walk along levada, guide was good.

Only problem was late pick up by a taxi which took me to a different pick up place. The driver did apologies for lateness but did not explain I was being taken to a different place for the mini bus. So the beginning was confusing

Very nice hike along the levadas. No meters in altitude to overcome but slightly downhill stretches through nature