Levadas are artificial water courses on the island of Madeira, with which water from the more precipitous areas in the north and in the center of the island is directed to the agricultural production areas in the south. In some cases large distances must be overcome. Levadas overcome valleys and mountains, pass through tunnels, cross natural streams and also lead across bridges.
This more or less technical description does not match the uniqueness and the adventures one can find when walking along them. On such a walk a torch is the most important item next to the rain coat. Choose a foggy and rainy day up in the clouds when discovering them….