How to enjoy sightseeing in Madeira island
If you don’t have any knowledge or not used to driving on difficult roads is better to stay on the main roads of Madeira Island. As beautiful and exciting as exploring can be you should be careful with the secondary roads especially if you go against dangerous road signals especially the ones that are in danger of falling rocks. If you see roads that are too steep or not cemented do not adventure, ask our staff for advice before adventuring for your safety.
Madeira, it’s a small island with nearly 300 000 inhabitants and the local people are very friendly, it has a length of 57 kilometers (37 miles) with a coastline of 150 kilometers (90 miles).
It has a mountain ridge that extends along the center of the island, reaching 1,862 m (6,109 ft) at its highest point (Pico Ruivo), while much lower (below 200 meters) along its eastern extent.