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Eight of us went in a small tour bus from our various hotels in Funchal. Absolutely stunning views on the way up the windy road cut into the hillsides...however if you have a fear of heights don't look too closely out of the window! The...More
View from behind shops
Start point for walk down valley of nuns. Seems to be set up for coach parties.
At one point i noticed rail broken in fence which would not be a problem for most but maybe for adventurous small children.
A wonderful Vista, the views are to die for. There are a number of steps to walk up to get to the top, but its not that steep. Some of the hand rail and fencing could do with repairing as well. Cafe and gift shop...More
From the “Miradouro da eira do serrado, you have a great view to Curral das Freiras, but the amazing part is the view to the hills! It was foggy when I arrived but in 10 minutes it went away and it was possible to see...More
Just before the tunnel tot currar das freiras is a road going up that leads to this viewpoint. It 2as gorgeous, nice view of the valley of the nuns. It was quit busy since a couple of tour buses just stopped there. Other than that,...More
From the viewpoint above the developed area there are stunning views of the surrounding mountains and down to the village below. The walk from the car parking area to the viewpoint is steep with a number of steps but well worthwhile. There is a handrail...More
We were driven up to the parking place below the top of Eira do Serrado and then walked for about 10 minutes up to the amazing viewing platform at the top of the mountain. From there we could look down on the village of Curral...More