Part Two: A Visit to DA PONTA DE SÃO LOURENÇO
A brief visit to the area of Machico on the East end of Madeira led us to da Ponta de Sao Lourenco, a vista filled trek with soul stirring views of the ocean.
The volcanic rock is rumoured to contain various fossils of ancient plant life that has now been extinct for thousands of years. As we explored, we tried to discover some fossils of our own, but breaking rocks apart proved to be too tedious.
Some of the paths were challenging, and best left to the more experienced hikers and thrill seekers. We climbed what we could, and were happy for the views.
9 thoughts on “Madeira and its Landmarks”
Love your blog post and great photos! By the way, I wanted to let you that I nominated you for the Liebster Award (check out my last blog post on what it’s about).
Thank you Gabrielle, I will accept your nomination and pass it on. I like your blog too and I will follow it from now on. Happy holidays!
Madeira is beautiful. I have been there few years ago.
Happy New Year 2018.
Wonderful, and thank you for visiting my page. Happy New Year to you as well
Nice photos indeed and thank you for some inspiration. We still have a lot to explore during our last days on Madeira 🙂
I’m happy that I provided some inspiration. Thank you for visiting my blog and happy travels!