The Tourist Train, a service offered by NATURNORTE, returns on the 1st of March. This year they are offering two routes. Wednesdays are reserved for the Historical Itinerary, departing from the village of São Vicente at 10:30 am, while on Saturdays at 15:00, they embark for NATOUR (nature + tour).
Posts tagged as “São Vicente”
The Madeiran branch of the Ecologist Party Os Verdes, has decided to award the Regional Government with a 'black flag' with regards to their invasive work in Caminho das Ginjas, São Vicente, stating it represents an "attack on the Laurissilva forest."
On the 9th of April, a teacher living in the São Vicente area found a bomb under her car.
A woman is said to have disappeared in São Vicente, more or less in the same area where the two tourist couples in Ponta Delgada, in São Vicente disappeared on Saturday.
A search and rescue mission was launched yesterday after a person had been reported missing for at least 12 hours.
Today the President of the Regional Government, Miguel Albuquerque, visited the Regional Civil Engineering Laboratory (LREC), to learn about the new features of the new Integrated System for Monitoring and Alerting Natural Risks in the Region (SIMARN).
The Municipality of São Vicente is to install a 280 metre climbing wall which can be used by both professionals and amateurs.
The Regional Secretary for Agriculture and Rural Development, Humberto Vasconcelos, will visit the Honey and Beekeeping museum at Estrada da Bica 63, in São Vicente, tomorrow, the 15th of September at 11:00 am.
Yesterday, the Associação Ajuda a Alimentar Cães rescued two dogs living in terrible conditions from a private property in São Vicente.
A dog called Felix has been missing since yesterday, in São Vicente. His owners are desperate to find him, and ask if anyone has seen him to call them on 966 521 073.
The Regional Secretary for Agriculture and Rural Development, Humberto Vasconcelos has announced that this year, the Madeira archipelago grape harvest is expected to reach 4,200 tonnes; higher than last years figure of 3,960 tonnes.
A 14-year-old teenager who fell 10 metres from a levada in São Vicente yesterday (25.07) has died.