Caminho das Cales e Chada 18
Arco da Calheta / Madeira
Google Maps: Casa Vento Madeira
+49 170 757 01 78
Daily: 08:00 to 22:00
Arrival outside the regular times possible by arrangement
We at Casa Vento have settled in the sunny and quiet Arco da Calheta in Madeira. This is also where our Canyoning base is located, from where we set off with you to experience the incomparable canyon. The place offers a warm climate all year round, from our terrace we have a spectacular view over the Atlantic Ocean and the mountain arch that marks the border with the Paul da Serra plateau.
We meet on day trips to distribute material and for a first brief briefing in the holiday home Casa Vento Madeira at new o'clock, unless we specify a different time in the confirmation. It is our goal that you can take a perfectly fitting wetsuit with you on tour. Of course, all of the canyoning material complies with the currently valid CE standards. You get an individually adjustable mountaineering helmet, a canyoning harness with a double lanyard and abseiling device as well as a special canyoning backpack and a waterproof box for catering. For left-handers, we have special straps that are mounted mirror-inverted. Upon request, we will prepare a delicious packed lunch for you, so you are always well strengthened during the tour.
For the transfer to the selected canyon, depending on the group size and composition, we use our vehicle or you simply drive to the meeting point on your own, which we program with you into the navigation device. If your holiday accommodation is near the canyon, we can meet there and we will bring your material. Alternatively, collection is also possible.
If you have booked a canyoning holiday, your stay in Madeira begins with the airport transfer. We are waiting for you right at the exit.
For your arrival, you can simply navigate to Casa Vento Madeira with Google Maps, or you can enter the address directly into the navigation device. You can park a good fifty meters before the house on the left side of the road (two spaces) or down on the main road by the large trees that grow in the middle of the asphalt. On Google these are called Trees on the Street.
For the last few meters, just use the picture gallery below.