Garden of Indigenous Plants of Madeira

Opened in 1989 by the Clube de Ecologia Barbusano in partnership with the " Worldwide fund for Nature" this garden has displays over 60 Madeira's indigenous flora specimens.
This garden is placed in a public venue and features several laurel forest species as well as a set of other species that commonly grow on seashore cliffs.
Occupiying an total area of about 2,200 m2 this garden offers visitors the opportunity to get in touch with Madeira’s valuable botanical heritage.