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There are different experiences that can be lived in nature, such as walks around cascades and waterfalls in the Laurissilva Forest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As you walk up Madeira’s highest peaks, you can feel the adrena-line rising as you climb above 1,000 meters altitude. There are interesting rock formations along the route of the São Lourenço’s peninsula, where you can end the day with a dip in the sea.


You can choose between relaxing activities such as golf, birdwatching, trekking, jeep excursions or the adrenaline rush of canoeing, parachuting, trail running, BTT or climbing.