Located in the municipality of Santana, the Rocha do Navio viewpoint offers visitors an unobstructed view over the Atlantic Ocean and the surrounding coastal region.
Likewise, the landscape of the Rocha do Navio viewpoint is marked by the presence of the Ilhéu da Viúva, which stands out for its altitude of 94 metres.
This is a place with an important botanical heritage, part of the Natura 2000 Network, where the characteristic plants of the Macaronesian cliffs and some species exclusive to this archipelago stand out.
The Rocha do Navio viewpoint offers access to the Rocha do Navio Nature Reserve, named after the shipwreck of a Dutch boat in the 19th century, through a steep pathway in the rock.
Being exclusively marine, this reserve is delimited between Ponta do Clérigo and Ponta de São Jorge, also including the aforementioned Ilhéu da Viúva and also the Ilhéu da Rocha das Vinhas.
This protected area, which can also be reached by cable car, is of great recreational but also scientific value, given the natural heritage preserved here.
The Rocha do Navio viewpoint is therefore the ideal place to surround yourself with Madeira's natural beauty.
Located in the municipality of Santana, the Rocha do Navio viewpoint offers a glimpse of the beauty of a nature reserve with an extremely important natural, cultural and scientific heritage.