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Cabo Girao

Camara De Lobos, Madeira, Portugal
+351 925 474 763
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  • Very good28%
  • Average6%
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“glass platform” (204 reviews)
“the cliff” (161 reviews)
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Camara De Lobos, Madeira, Portugal
+351 925 474 763
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The view is amazing but it's good if you're not afraid of heights. It's pretty fascinating to watch the sea 500m below your feet. Entrance was free when we got there but it was hard to find a parking spot.

Thank Ronja_AufReisen
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Nice cafe at the top. Amazing views. Take the wee train from Camara de lobos. On a cloudy day you should take some warmer clothing.

Thank lainey137
Reviewed 4 days ago

Well worth the effort to get here. Only interested in viewing point (free) .Did not use cafe or gift shop. Took local taxi,did not want coach trip. Gave us 30 mins (enough time). then took us back Was a nice ride out,driver very informative. 3...More

Thank MPOW538
Reviewed 5 days ago

The views are stunning. There is no doubt more to see than just the sea cliff, unfortunately I didn't look around much as I was touring the island. However the experience of the views alone was worth it.

1  Thank Wayne V
Reviewed 5 days ago

Delightful and quite scary, standing on a glass platform looking down the cliffs, a LONG way down.... The shop had so many beautiful items, more woollen jackets and throws than I had seen in Funchal. We stopped to have a beer at the restaurant, had...More

1  Thank Selbourne
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Not for those who have vertigo! On arrival (free parking) you head straight through an area with a lovely cafe, friendly staff and good prices, past some tourist tat shops and a very quick 1 minute walk to the viewing platform for the breathtaking scenery...More

1  Thank MrsC_193
Reviewed 6 days ago

We stopped off on an island tour. There did not appear to be a charge though there were gates, but not in operation. There was plenty of people there, but not too crowded. The view is amazing and the drop down is quite spectacular. Glass...More

1  Thank ferguson99
Reviewed 6 days ago

Very good view, straight down for a very long way. Quite scary as long as you trust the glass! Or as one nice gentleman commented 'insured for one at a time'!

1  Thank Martin H
Reviewed 1 week ago

A couple of Euros to stand on a glass panel that hovers over a straight-down cliff face of 587m!! Wonderful and strange feeling when you first step out on the glass. Views along the coastline, in both directions, are staggering. Nice nick-nack shops and café...More

1  Thank Chris S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

On the highest cliff top it has a glass floor walkway with incredible views of Funchal and the sea.There is a coffee shop and gift shop at entrance.

Thank Lynne F
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June 26, 2017|
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Response from coh8 | Reviewed this property |
580mtrs (about 1900 ft)
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
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