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The island of Madeira is known for its contrasts. Travelling through the eastern part of the island is a hugely varied experience. On leaving Funchal you head towards the village of Camacha, famous for folk traditions typical of Madeira and for its wickerwork. The path goes to the top of the third highest peak on the island (1818m), Pico do Areeiro. Here you will be left breathless by the view over Curral das Freiras and the north coast of the island. Then head to Ribeiro Frio where you will find the Laurissilva forest, named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The picturesque ‘A’ shaped houses covered with straw come from Santana, on the northeast coast of Madeira. Here you can also visit the Madeira Theme Park. On the way back, you can also see Ponta de São Lourenço, in the village of Caniçal, the most easterly point on Madeira.