At the top of the island!! Pico Ruivo Viewpoint (1862 mts), Madeira’s highest peak.
Discover Madeira! There is so much to do! Activities in Madeira Island from the mountains to farmland, health forests, subtropical fauna and indigenous species, the island is truly a garden that invites you to practice numerous activities. Discover all the activities you can do during your holidays in Madeira Island.
Levada Walks in Madeira Island are one of the most exciting experiences to have on the island. In Madeira you will find more than 3,000 km of irrigation channels that guide you through the most beautiful and hidden landscapes of the island! There are various types of levadas throughout Madeira.
Ahh, Funchal is the capital of Madeira Island and the most populous out of the Portuguese mainland. Funchal is magnificent, with its crooked streets that go down the mountain side, and in front of the blue sea. This breathtaking landscape has captivated visitors from around the world. And while a week
Porto Santo Island
The white sands, the long shore and the warm and crystalline waters are not Porto Santo’s only charming attractions. This holidaymakers’ paradise is also coveted for the countless therapeutic properties of its sands and waters, which combine in various forms of treatments.
If you are too out of shape to attempt a more demanding route this classic levada walk from Pico das Pedras to Queimadas, in Santana, may well be the answer to your prayers.
A levada walk suitable from eight ‘till eighty years old, this short stroll connects the Pico das Pedras
Flower Carpets are carefully constructed and exhibited during Madeira Flower Festival 2016
Every year thousands of tourists land in our beautiful Madeira with the main goal of hiking along the endless “levadas” and trails carved in our mountains.
And, sadly, year after year a few – mostly – avoidable accidents show us that mountains, regardless of being in a Sub-tropical Island in the Atlantic
Calling Madeira a “floating garden” is not an exaggeration at all. The island reunites an incredible variety of botanic species from all over the world.
Sailors and settlers brought plants from Africa, Latin America, Australia and also from other parts of Europe, which quickly developed, due to the propitious mild climate and fertility of the soil. Over
Madeira’s Carnival is a special festivity celebrated all over the Island.
Madeira’s Carnival 2016 starts on the 30th January and finishes on the 9th February.
Festivities are deeply rooted in the traditions of Madeirans and involves musical parades, partying and dressing up in unusual clothes and masks.
Although most events, take place in