A 10.2 kilometres long pedestrian walk, along which there are several tunnels, meaning one should carry lanterns. The first part of the trail goes along the "levada" and has nice views of São Jorge and Santana.
A 1.5 kilometres long pedestrian walk that starts and ends at the mountain village of Ribeiro Frio. From here one can reach the Balcões belvedere from where one can enjoy wondrful views of the Ribeira da Metade valley.
An 18 kilometres long pedestrian walk that lasts about 5 hours. Along the way you may observe the beauty of the Laurissilva forest with its countless waterfalls. Once at the Caldeirão Verde there’s one more waterfall with about 100 metres, ending in a clear water lagoon.
This is the second highest peak of the island, 1818 metres high. The access may be by car, and there’s a café and a hotel at the top. From the peak, one may enjoy a dazzling landscape and, if the weather is good, you may see the neighbouring island of Porto Santo.
Built in 1997 with the aim of facilitating the access of farmers to their banana plantations and vineyards, soon took over as a tourist attraction. Is the privileged access to Fajã da Rocha do Navio and the nature reserve of Rocha do Navio, providing stunning views.
An 8.2 kilometres long pedestrian walk that starts with an ascent to the tallest peak of the island, at Pico Ruivo, from where one descends to the island's parish. Along the way, one can enjoy the central mountainous massive and the Laurissilva forest.