Jardim das Plantas Indígenas da Madeira
Stretching for 2200 square meters, the garden of indigenous plants of Madeira was created in 1989 by the Ecology Club Canary Laurel with the support of the municipality and of the Global Fund for nature WWF, fruit of a growing scientific interest for rarity and variety of plant species that exist in the region. With more than 60 species of the Madeiran Laurisilva and the seaside cliffs, some unique in the world.
Rua Doutor António Jardim de Oliveira
- Easy external parking
- Tables & benches, Playground
Gardens near Jardim das Plantas Indígenas da Madeira
Miradouro da Estrada Padre Casimiro Freitas Abreu
A belvedere with sea views, equipped with lights, from where one can enjoy lovely night views.
Miradouro de Cardais de Baixo
A plac with panoramic views of the sea and of the typical green Madeira mountains.
Miradouro de Feiteiras
A place with views of the sea, of the nearest villages and of the bypasses across the mountains.
Miradouro de Levada
A belvedere with tables and benches and lovely views of the ocean and of the bypasses in the island's interior.