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From Funchal: Santo de Serra Local Farmers' Market Day Trip

1. From Funchal: Santo de Serra Local Farmers' Market Day Trip

Sunday's its a great time to join this tour and mix with the locals. This half day experience available morning and afternoon, and will take you to visit the local farmers market in Santo da Serra, where you can see the farmers seling they fruits and vedgetables, local bread, licours home made, infusions drinks, this is the market where the "madeirenses" goes for shopping. Explore also other areas, Christ the King view point and stunning views, Santa Cruz, Morena where we have steep roads to reach hidden villages, terraces and really amazing landscapes.

Madeira: Private Half-Day Local Market Tour

2. Madeira: Private Half-Day Local Market Tour

Your VIP service starts with your collection from your Madeira accommodation. Throughout the weekend on Madeira, all roads lead to Santo da Serra. Located at 667 meters high, this environmental paradise has its own characteristics and defining features. Every weekend a traditional Madeiran market takes place, which consists of genuine products and plenty of gastronomy. This is an event which brings locals and tourists alike together, as they relish in Madeira's diverse culture together. At this location various Quintas (farming ranches) are also available for the public to visit for free. As the market  in Santo closes you will head to the Funchal Farm Market to visit an amazing building constructed on 1940. There you will also be able to see examples of the various fruits, vegetables, and flowers that the island has to offer.

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A very nice tour on the east side of the island and up in the mountains, where you can't get to without a car. A visit to the market, because there are no buses on Sundays to Santa de Serra, a jeep ride on a small road in the mountains was amazing, the guide was very friendly and told a lot about fruit trees and showed things