Mondays and Thursdays
Ponta de Sao Lourenço is one of the most popular attractions in Madeira and the absolute best way to really appreciate this hike is by avoiding the crowds.
Known for its beautiful colours and rock formations, the volcanic peninsular is one of the oldest parts of the island.
The peninsula is classified as a partial natural reserve.
All the land and sea by the North coast, is part of the European network of important community sites - Natura 2000.
You can witness very unique fauna and flora on this side of the island, endemic birds and on the very rare occasion, a visit from the world´ s rarest seal, the monk seal.
At the end of the trail, you can dive in the Sardinha port a great place for a swim in some of the cleanest water!
The hike involves some ascends and descends and is considered Moderate difficulty with a total of 8Km more or less which should take around 4 hours in total to complete.