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Along the south-western coast of Madeira, the slopes do not emerge as abruptly from the sea as in north there remains place for agriculture and of animated small towns. One finds even pretenses of splits there where one can bathe, and the network of paths of levadas attracts many tourists followers of the excursion.

In the North-West, on the other hand, one finds steep Madeira in all his splendor with his rock cliffs and, as stuck to the plates (achadas), of the villages unceasingly swept by sea foam which thunders.

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