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Levada Walks

Levadas are walking trails which were built back in the sixteenth century to carry water to the agricultural lands in Madeira, some of of them even pass through mountains, therefore expect to go through a tunnel at some point in your journey. Nowadays, they are not only one of Madeira’s main attraction but they still supply water to many parts of the Island, as well as hydroelectric power.

With more than 20 Official Levadas walks in Madeira choosing the right one can be difficult. Below you will find our shortlist to find your perfect Levada walk in Madeira.

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Levada das 25 Fontes

Along this levada you will find several fountains and a wide variety of flora and fauna as well as a beautiful lagoon at the end of the levada.

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Maroços Levada

Walk along the valley of Machico, the first city to be discovered by Tristão Vaz Teixeira and João Gonçalvez Zarco en 1419, and experience the Madeiran traditions at its best.

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Levada do Rei

A magnificent trail into the interior of the Island, that still remains the same since its discovery, more than 500 years ago.

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Levada Caldeirão Verde

This levada is considered to be one of the most beautiful walks in Madeira. This levada, built in the 18th century, is 6.5 kilometers long and is located in the Laurissilva forest.

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