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Welcome to Fajã dos Padres

Despite being almost inaccessible by land, Faja dos Padres history dates back to the beginning of Madeira's colonization.

Over the ages, it was summer residence of the Jesuits, elected property in the production of the famous Madeira wine, stage for corsair adventures, granary of the surrounding villages.

Today it is with great pleasure that we invite you to visit this small island within the island of Madeira, which is so dear and special to us. 

Cable car

Adventure

A modern cable car takes you quick and comfortably down the 300 mts of the huge cliff.


Gastronomy

The beachfront restaurant offers the rich flavors of Madeiran cuisine.


Stay

The sunset is special here, and may be observed in the comfort of one of our cottages.


Beach

An exclusive pebble beach and a small pier, completed by showers and sunbeds.


Organic farming

Mango, banana, avocado and other tropical fruit are grown here, together with a great wine.


Sea

The most beautiful access, passing under the enormous cliff of Cabo Girao.

Dufner Carola
Very nice, quiet place. A real littel paradies. Perfect for a relaxing holiday. The whole staff, reception, restaurant, cable car operatior and cleaning person were very friendly and helpfull. The food in the restaurant very fresh and tasty, just a pitty that the place closes by 6.00 o´clock p.m. Nice to sit under Palm threes ride by the sea. Certainly a place to come back.
Monday, 08 May 2017
Karin and Ronald
wonderful being in the surrounding of the growth o
Staying at Faja dos Padres is a great experience. It was wonderful being in the surrounding of the growth of different kinds of exotic fruits, like bananas, mangos, avocados, and even passion fruit. The houses are comfortable and spacious for its kind all with a unique view to the sea. When sitting outside it looks like you have your own little part of paradise…
Wednesday, 18 July 2012

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