Câmara de Lobos

Câmara de Lobos is a municipality, parish and town in the south-central coast of the island of Madeira. Technically a suburb of the much larger capital city of , it is one of the larger population centres and an extension of the Funchal economy.

Landmarks in the Area

Shingle beach
The Praia Formosa is a beach on the island of Madeira. is situated 2½ km southeast of Câmara de Lobos. Photo: Artur Malinowski, CC BY 2.0.

Church
The Church of St Martin is the main church in the Freguesia of São Martinho , . is situated 3 km east of Câmara de Lobos. Photo: RHaworth, CC BY 2.5.

Building
The Marine Biology Station of , on the island of Madeira, is a research centre owned by the municipality of Funchal and dedicated to research and education on marine sciences. is situated 4 km east of Câmara de Lobos.

Localities in the Area

Village
Estreito de Câmara do Lobos is a civil parish in the municipality of in the archipelago of . is situated 2½ km north of Câmara de Lobos. Photo: RHaworth, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Locality
Cabo Girão is a lofty sea cliff located along the southern coast of the island of Madeira, in the archipelago of . is situated 3 km west of Câmara de Lobos. Photo: Uspn, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Suburb
São Martinho is a civil parish in the municipality of , on the island of Madeira. is situated 3 km east of Câmara de Lobos. Photo: Zarco, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Village
Quinta Grande, created on 24 July 1848, is one of the five civil parishes that constitute the municipality of in the archipelago of , Portugal. is situated 3½ km northwest of Câmara de Lobos. Photo: Mark Woodbury, CC BY 2.0.

Câmara de Lobos

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