|Igreja de São Vicente|
|The church Saint Vincent dates from the 16th century. Inside, very beautiful mural decorations in azulejos and gilded furnace bridges attest width of the baroquisation of the Gothic church.|
January 22nd, one celebrates with a lot of music, of dances and processions the patron saint, São Vicente,
|Capelinha do Calhau|
|Close to the shore, at the place where the river is thrown in the sea, this vault was dug in a rock vis-a-vis the unchained sea. At at the beginning of August, one goes there in pilgrimage and the procession gives place to a popular holiday during which one blesses the houses to preserve natural disasters.|
|Capela de Nossa Senhora de Fátima|
|In height, on a hill dominating São Vicente, draws up a strange church - makes of it a tower of the clock without clock - surmounting a small vault dedicated to Our Lady de Fatima. This isolated place is an important place of pilgrimage and one can see it with kilometers with the round.|
|Grutas de São Vicente|
|The caves of São Vicente offer a captivating voyage to the center of the Earth, along a course of 700 m in the galleries of lava, basalt and iron, formed by the explosion of the volcano of Paúl da Serra which occurred 400,000 years ago.|
The center of the Vulcanian theory (Central do Vulcanismo) explains the geological formation of Madeira.
These caves of lava are located at 800 m in the south-east of the town of São Vicente.