Santa Bárbara Cliff

Parapente
The access is made by the road that connects the city of Ribeira Grande to Rabo de Peixe. The place has free parking and has several infrastructures – bar / restaurant, spas, bathrooms and showers.

With strong wind, take-off can be performed on the beach access walkway by the more experienced pilots. Alternatively, it is possible to take off from the land on the cliff. Landing on the beach or top landing. Do not fly without the knowledge of the local pilots and without the authorization of the competent authorities. It is forbidden to fly in the bathing season.


Paulo LuisInformation kindly provided by Paulo Luis


GOING TO THE SPOT

The maps below contain the routes to the place, from the three nearest counties. You can download the files to the GPS. In the maps, in addition to the relevant points of the place, you will also find useful information about the route. Gas stations and restaurants are some of the examples of relevant points on the maps.


ROUTE PONTA DELGADA – SANTA BÁRBARA

ROUTE RIBEIRA GRANDE – SANTA BÁRBARA

ROUTE LAGOA – SANTA BÁRBARA


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