Roca Mar

Address: Caminho Cais da Oliveira, Canico, Madeira, Madeira Islands, 9125-028, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Caminho Cais da Oliveira, Canico, is near Madeira Theme Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Canico

    Balcony Walk Between Madeira's Highest Peaks

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 22, 2015

    103 photos

    ... top of which there’s a giant golf ball that looks like the one at EPOCOT Center at Walt Disney World but is actually one of the world’s most powerful radar installations belonging to NATO. Guide Felipe says it’s so powerful that it’s often not working. Around it are a large visitor center with shops and restaurants and the place is mobbed with busloads of tourists who take in the view but don’t do any walking. Fortunately we ...

    Mountain Hike from Boca da Corrida to Encumienda

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 21, 2015

    91 photos

    ... one-way mountain hike from
    one place to another (no levadas and no tunnels today), but the one with the
    most beautiful scenery of the trip so far. It’s difficult to believe I’m on a
    rather small island when surrounded by such incredible mountain scenery that
    feels like it could be the Andes or northern Rockies or Tetons based on
    topography, vegetation, and scenery. It was one of those ...

    Five Levadas Hike in West Central Madeira

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 20, 2015

    49 photos

    ... consumption, and electricity generation. Being a more modern contruction, this tunnel was a higher one so didn’t involve the long distance squatting and ducking to avoid bumping my head the way as required for the tunnels on the walk along the older levada. There are no lights in the tunnels, so having a torch/flashlight of some sort is essential. Fortunately, I always travel with a small headlight I use for setting up my tent when I’m camping.


    Villages and Valleys in Madeira's Northeast

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 18, 2015

    18 photos

    ... 8217;s traditional!

    Our lodging for the night was at Hotel Colmo in a village
    named Santana, one of the highest altitude towns on the island at over 600
    meters. Santana is known for its significant number of traditional small
    A-frame farmhouses with thatched roofs and painted bright colors (mostly red, white,
    and light blue). Nowadays no one actually lives in houses of that style
    anymore, but they’re very cute and mostly used as ...

    Life on the island

    A travel blog entry by karinrauwerdink on May 06, 2013

    30 photos

    ... a walk with the dogs starting from the house and went down to the beach. At the very bottom there is a small chapel that we can see from the balcony. We then went down a very rickety ladder and walked onto the beach which is black and full of stones.
    Later on we went to the local supermarket to get groceries and can you believe it not a banana in sight. That was really funny as all you can see on this part of the island are banana plantations -everywhere you ...