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Cabo Girao

Camara De Lobos, Madeira, Portugal
+351 925 474 763
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  • Excellent64%
  • Very good28%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“glass platform” (207 reviews)
“the cliff” (161 reviews)
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Camara De Lobos, Madeira, Portugal
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+351 925 474 763
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Reviewed yesterday

The steep drop to the sea seen through the glass floor is worth the trip, although the steep twisting roads up to the top of the cliff are a bit hairy Go on a sunny day.

Thank johnny064
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Having been here before we were holidaying with friends so we brought them. It was a bit overcast when we set off and once on site the only view was down. So if you are going make sure it's clear for the best views.

Thank pter4d
Reviewed 2 days ago

Its was very busy at Cabo Girau when we went. There wasn't much space on the glass walkway to fully appreciate the glass floor, but the views were nice. There was a cafe and a souvenir shop there. It was quite a nice place to...More

Thank gecko77
Reviewed 2 days ago

580 mters above sea-level on a glass-covered floor! Brrrr! But it really a big fun and the view is unique. We had a rented car ,it was easy to find the place, the roads, motorways are excellent, the road signs are informative ( if you...More

Thank Zoltán U
Reviewed 2 days ago

Super views! Glass floor. 560 meters. For the people with strong nerves. But absolutely safe. You will enjoy.

Thank boris12345672015
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The view was just sensational! Also, there was a gentlemen playing the harmonica which added to the cultural vibes! The gift shops were huge and there were a few interesting finds! Quite a lot of stray dogs up there (which isn't a problem for me,...More

Thank rch95
Reviewed 3 days ago

This viewpoint was very near to where we stayed and was a lovely place to walk to at the end of the afternoon - stunning views and a little cafe to grab a drink or ice-cream. Also a couple of little souvenier shops that were...More

Thank rach_nightingale64
Reviewed 3 days ago

Only a 5 min walk from where we were staying so went a couple of times, great views with a glass bottom viewing platform to 580M below.

Thank ColMcK
Reviewed 4 days ago

This cape is close to Funchal, on the south coast, with an exceptional view. It is one of the places of Madeira to visit.

Thank Catarina R
Reviewed 5 days ago

A must visit location which gives good views from either the platform prior to the glass walk way or the walk way itself, and I am pleased and surprised to say is still free!

Thank Meerkats4
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NewtonLeWillowsMike
June 26, 2017|
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Response from coh8 | Reviewed this property |
580mtrs (about 1900 ft)
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100reasons
February 13, 2017|
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Response from James L | Reviewed this property |
Many of the roads in and around the area are very narrow, just barely allowing two way traffic. That being said, that is true of nearly all the roads in Madeira outside of the main VR routes. I wouldn't say they are... More
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bernvines
March 24, 2016|
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Response from Nigel H | Reviewed this property |
Hello. I don't think it's really called the Noddy Train! It's really a 'road train' that starts alongside a coffee shop a couple of streets above the harbour. If you Google 'Madeira Green Train', you'll find it. I hope this... More
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