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Pico do Arieiro, at 1818 m high (5965 ft), is Madeira island's third highest peak.The footpath northwards to Pico Ruivo is an important tourist attraction, with a daily average of 1000 tourists trekking on it. There is easy road access to the summit, a large car park a restaurant and souvenir shop.
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October 10, 2019
Madeira is famous for its picturesque landscape, amazing food and a beautiful quality of living. Rightfully called 'A Ilha Do Ceu' meaning the island of heaven. This magically hike to the highest point on the Island, is a battle of mental discipline and muscular endurance, due to the extensive time…
September 15, 2019
Beautiful sunset and superb sights if the sky is clear
August 5, 2019
Pico do Arieiro, 1818 meters high, is the third highest peak on the Island, after the Ruivo Peak and Pico das Torres. Beautiful views. And for those who like hiking is an excellent option.
July 16, 2019
Sunrise or sunset? You choose... best spot for any of them. Amazing views, not to talk about the sky colours at sunrise or sunset.
May 8, 2018
Good views but a hard work for the no to active person. Breath taking views. Do not go without a tour guide booking at local tourist offices in and around Funchal.

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Natural Feature
“you will be stunned by the nature and views on this point as it is the highest mountain in Madeira, ”
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Point of Interest
“See how Funchal used to be in the Old Funchal Quarter, Great restaurants, bars, narrow streets and the famous painted doors”
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Живописное место
“Cabo Girão is one of the most iconic sights in the whole of Madeira. It offers breathtaking views of the island as well as overseeing ALL of Funchal. ”
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“ "The place where everything happens", that is their slogan. And it's pretty much true. You can have a drink, dance, eat or play on the slot machines. Whatever is your taste, you can have a fun night out at this place.”
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“Located in the Monte Palace Tropical Garden, the museum houses two permanent collections, one of minerals and another of contemporary sculpture from Zimbabwe. In the eighteenth century, the English Consul Charles Murray bought a property south of Monte Church and turned it into a beautiful estate, called "Quinta do Prazer". The property was acquired in 1897 by Alfredo Guilherme Rodrigues and, inspired by the palaces he had seen on the banks of the River Rhine, he built a house with the characteristics of a palace. This was later converted into a hotel called the Monte Palace Hotel. This hotel was visited by important national and foreign citizens who appreciated and enjoyed this lovely resort with its breath taking views of Funchal and the natural landscape that surrounded it. In 1943, Alfredo Guilherme Rodrigues passed away. Unfortunately, his family did not pursue his project, which led to the closure of the hotel and its passing into the hands of the financial institution "Caixa Económica do Funchal". In 1987, the financial institution sold the property to the businessman José Manuel Rodrigues Berardo, who in return, donated it to the foundation which is named after him. Thus was born the Monte Palace Tropical Garden. Since then, the Tropical Garden has been enriched with native exotic plants from various countries (Cycads and Proteas from South Africa, azaleas from Belgium, heather from Scotland, etc.), as well as native plants from the Madeira Laurisilva forest (ferns, cedars, laurels, etc.). The ponds were also enriched with the introduction of Koi fish, presenting visitors with a splendid variety of colours Tours of the garden are enriched with ostentatious stone ornamentation, windows, niches, pagodas, Buddhas, lanterns and sculptures from different parts of the world, cultures and eras. There is also a collection of tiles (15th to 20th centuries), a panel composed of 166 glazed terracotta tiles, entitled "The Adventure of the Portuguese in Japan" and a group of 40 panels depicting the History of Portugal, including the most important events in the Kingdoms and Republics.”
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Madeira, 9030