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Well this wasn´t a good idea for trip. I totally love the levadas like 25 fontes in the nature. This levada starts in the city up on the hill, then you walk around 2 km in the nature which was awesome, but the rest is...More
This magnificent “Levada do Estreito” crosses a part of “Levada do Norte”, one of the longest and more important levadas from the island. Starting in Garachico, it takes the walker to Estreito de Camara de Lobos. It's an easy route with a very pleasant plan...More
Love the Levadas, take some water if it's a hot day. Such beautiful walks, the scenery is truly magnificent. check in case there are any tunnels and take a torch if there is. Your phone torch may not be bright enough.
We walked from Estraita to Cabo Girao. Honestly, it was rather tedious, not the best, really just exercise. At Cabo Girao we could not find the bus stop, and finished up walking to Camara de lobos. trying.
Marella Dream Cruise, Levada walk from Funchal, Madeira commencing 9.30 a.m. for 4 hours.
Itinerary according to Marella: After about an hour's walk you will stop for refreshments and if you wish to continue you will walk for another 50 minutes. Then you will go...More
Unlike some of the other recent reviewers, we only walked a section of the Levada do Norte, starting from Boa Morte, parking at the O Pinheiro snack bar, and following walk #7 in Rolf Goetz's book of walks in Madeira. The walk goes towards the...More
Another levada walk starting at Estreito de Camara - there was very little clue as to where this started which is typical of these walks.
Once found and car parked the walking is easy as they all are because they are relatively flat. Being linear...More
We walked the whole of Levada
We caught the no 96 to the start which is a lovely part of the Levada across farms and fab views. We continued through the tunnel onto Boa Morte please be aware this part is easy but can be...More
We walked several levadas on our trip and this was our least favourite. We walked the (longish) length from Boa Morte to the coast at Cabo Girao. Generally it is in good repair and reasonably easy walking but sections do need care. So decent footware...More
We managed to do the full length of this Levada in just over 5 hours, it's around 17km in total from the start in Boa Morte to Estreito De Camera De Lobos.
The Levada walk is easy to follow and is almost flat for most...More
Well this one 'levada del norte' is safe. The parts where there are sheer drops have an alternative route and I did notice a nr of new rails had been added. We did our walks with both our kids, 10 and 12 years old and had no... More
Well this one 'levada del norte' is safe. The parts where there are sheer drops have an alternative route and I did notice a nr of new rails had been added. We did our walks with both our kids, 10 and 12 years old and had no problems anywhere.