Est Old Road / Photo Opportunity

Est Old Road / Photo Opportunity

Sightseeing tour, Countryside, Adventure

Funchal, Portugal
6 persons
Up to 3 h
Price

70 €

Deaf
Wheelchair person
Inclusion

About

Language
English, Portuguese language
Excursion type
By bicycle/By Handbikes
Transfer:
I can pick up from the hotel
Meeting point
Pick-up available for Funchal, Caniço and Câmara de Lobos. Other locations are also available but under price request. The drop-off can be at Funchal’s Cruise Harbour, or at any other point in the city of Funchal.
Description
Visit the historical center, passing through the Farmer’s Market, old town, Monte’s Cable car Station (optional short walk through the old town), and Western sightseeing point of Funchal.
Exit on the east side old roads of Funchal, going through the oldest part of the city, heading to a unique viewpoint making a stop to discover its beautiful landscape, and get to know a little bit about its history, way of living, typical products, local food, and drinks. After all photos were taken, the tour continues into the Natural Reserve of “Garajau”, where the Lord King Statue is. A great view over the Ocean, with Funchal at a distance and on the horizon the Desert Islands; will be waiting for you on this next stop.
Return to Funchal with a final stop for a drink (Poncha optional).
Additional information:
Note: This is a tailored service, meaning that all tours can be adapted and adjusted to the client’s physical capability. If necessary, the stops location and order can be altered.
Price per vehicle (1 or 2 Passengers). Duration: ± 2h
Cancellation conditions:
Cancellation without fees not later than 24 hours before the time of the excursion
Included in price:
Driver
Helmets
Communication System
Gas
Insurance
All taxes and fees
Disposable rain ponchos
Not included in price:
Food
drinks and entrance fees

Madeira Sidecar Tours

I'm a world traveler who spent some time on the road before making my way back to my home country. I've traveled to South and North America, Asia, and Europe, and I've explored some countries by motorcycle. In addition to being an enthusiastic guide, I study Human Relations and have a degree in Management.
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