Porto Moniz

22 Jan 2019 - 23 Jan 2019

2 guests - 1 room

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Jacqueline Krawiecki
Jacqueline KrawieckiBuffalo

A very cute little town on the northwestern point of Madeira. The main attraction here is the natural lava pools that fill with seawater and provide a picturesque spot to swim and hang out. Other attractions include the beautiful hikes like Levada da Ribeira da Janela, sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean, charming little houses, and seaside restaurants. Tip: the town is very small so you could easily see all of it in one day. I recommend hiring a car or taking a taxi to get here and tour it for yourself. If you come as part of an organized tour, you won't have time to hang out in the lava pools or go for a hike, as many tours just stop here briefly

Jaak Treiman
Jaak TreimanLos Angeles

One of the most interesting towns I have visited in Madeira. It lacks the quaintness of some other villages but its aquarium and tidal swimming pools more than make up for that and its location at the tip of the island offers spectacular scenery.

Valeria Romanenko
Valeria RomanenkoSt. Petersburg

Great swimming pools!!)) salty water inside

Kévin Rougette
Kévin RougetteRouen

Village situé à l’extrême Nord de l’île coincé entre montagnes et Océan, offrant de nombreux commerces et notamment ces piscines naturelles alimentées par l’eau salé des vagues s’écrasant sur les roches noires.

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