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Levada walking on Madeira island is a unique opportunity to explore and experience the most beautiful landscapes of this fantastic island. The levadas are, as mentioned earlier, irrigation canals that cross the island to bring water from the north side to the south side of the island. But it is important to note that we do not walk in them, most have a terrace or dirt road next to the levada, allowing all those who visit to walk in a way that is regular and secure. Walking in Levadas is not a danger as long as we respect some rules, such as:
Walking on the mountain is a privilege that few have, and Madeira island offers this privilege to all those who visit us. If you follow this advice we believe that your visit will be, at least, unforgettable.