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All reviews rio de janeiro statue of christ the cliff cable car southern coast beautiful beach under repair great views out to sea path leading worth a visit return journey taxi driver madeira island sunny day promontory canico viewpoint
Re-visit having been here on previous visits. Always good to stop and enjoy the view and if you have enough time either drive down to the water front or take the cable car down. There is also a cafe at the top for a bite...More
Positioned on a little promontory, the statue is an impressive landmark, affording great views along the southern coast of Madeira.
You can walk around the statue, but as there’s not much space besides the path, you can’t really appreciate the statue from the front. I’d...More
My wife and I walked from Reis Magos to Cristo Rei a distance of about 4km. It was both a lovely sunny day and the walk itself was wonderful. The monument is truly worth visiting and the cable car down to the beach is equally...More
Easily accessible from the 155 bus (downhill there, uphill back to the bus stop). This smaller version of the Rio de Janeiro and Lisbon Christ statues. Well worth a visit as beautiful views over Funchal. The path to the end of the promontory is under...More
As others have said the path on the seaward side was under repair so difficult to find a suitable place to take photos from the front of the statue.
If you don't want the expense of a taxi it is possible to take the number...More
It's a nice place to go to have a nice view over Funchal and the ocean. The statue is smaller than the one in Lisbon and it's difficult to take a photo. Free parking close to it and there is a cable car that goes...More
If you are close to this point, it is worth. But it does not deserve you plan come only to see it. The statue is ok and perhaps from down side can be more impacting but at a metre of it, you do not have...More