Very interesting defensive perspective of the old times in Madeira Island. Very nice place for family photos and for party events since is not military anymore. Great views over the city and the seaside.
Nice to wander around and look at the views but not worth the 3e entrance fee. The man selling us our tickets couldn't even be bothered to interrupt his conversation with a friend to tell us how much it was/ where to go/whether we needed change. I liked it, because I love wandering old buildings but it's certainly not worth... 更多
A very nice place for a stroll, taking pictures of the fort itself, but also for the nice view of the ocean and towards Funchal in the west. Not much happens inside the walls, a nice courtyard, stairs, different levels and turrets, and a nice restaurant with beutiful views. Lots of restaurants and bars in the street behind the fortres... 更多
The fort is at the far end of the Zona Velha and worth a visit at any time of the day. Its kept beautifully, and the strong yellow / ochre paint works beautifully. There is access to swimming just to one side of the fort, and that just adds to the ambience of the whole area.
Although we have been going to Madeira every year since 2005, this was our first visit to the old fort for a meal; and what an enjoyable evening it was. We all chose the set menu which includes three courses with an aperitif, starter, sorbet, main course, sweet, plenty of wine with every course, and a glass of Madeira to... 更多
The construction of the “Fortress of São Tiago” should have taken place in the year 1614. The Fortress is located almost at the end of the “Old Town” of Madeira when you passes the Cable car station for about 250 meters. In the XX century it has gone through some renewals, and it was given to the executive services of... 更多