In the central part of the island, the seven lagoons surrounded by flowers. Lagoa Funda, Branca, Seca, Rasa, Comprida, Lomba, and Negra, are places of rare beauty.
Is an ex-libris of the island, an imposing hill which originated from a curious geological phenomenon which solidified at high vertical streaks.
A place of extreme natural beauty, an almost virgin place where silence reigns. It is well worth a visit. The lagoon formed by the waterfalls is known as the Poço da Alagoinha or Lagoa das Patas.
This cascade, located in Fajã Grande is about 90 meters high. Its waters tear the stone and fall forming a natural lagoon, which calls for a dive.
It is an enormous volcanic cavity on the waterfront, 50 metre long and 25 meters wide between Santa Cruz and Caveira. It is one of the most attractive sites of the island but one can only reach it by sea.
The islet of Monchique is the westernmost terrestrial point of Europe and for many years was used by navigators for orientation.
The factory of the Whale is one of the most important buildings of the whaling architecture, built to use the whale oil, which was the first Florentine industry, as well as one of the economic activities that most benefitted the local population.