Belmond Reid’s Palace is a historic hotel located on a cliff-top overlooking the Bay of Funchal.
December brings with it one of the most beautiful times of the year. On a largely Catholic island, traditions are proudly fulfilled and lived for generations.
On this holiday, do you want to feel alive by connecting physically and energetically to nature and discover what it offers you? Come and join us by exploring an untouched forest
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to visit an embroidery factory in the centre of our capital, Funchal, and understand the reason why embroidery is one of the most valuable treasures of Madeira.
During your stay here in Madeira, apart from the natural beauty of the island, you can also enjoy its mild temperatures all year round and clear water with excellent visibility.
If you have a sweet tooth, don’t forget to try the traditional Bolo de Mel!
There are many beautiful spots on an island full of contrast like Madeira. To choose one is not the easiest of tasks.
You have just arrived on Madeira Island eager to discover the Best World’s Island Destination. You look around and in the horizon you see three islets and you wonder /what are those?
Don’t miss out the opportunity to visit Câmara de Lobos, a little village just a few minutes away from Funchal and yet so different.
The chapel of our lady of Fatima with its huge clock is located at the top of a peak called Pico da Cova.
Madeira is the most important island of a group named MACARONESIA – “The Fortunate Islands”: A relict area for Tertiary species, which became extinct in Europe during ice ages.
The Blandy’s Wine Lodge once part of a 17th century Franciscan Monastery, bought in 1836 by the Blandy’s family, is an excellent wine show place.
If you are a Nature, Sea, Adventure and adrenaline lover, there will be no better way to experience it than through some radical sports on this tiny island on the Atlantic Ocean.
The archipelago of Madeira is an Autonomous Region of Portugal made up of seven islands and several islets: Madeira, Porto Santo and two groups of uninhabited islands: Desertas and Selvagens.
Caniçal lies on the eastern coast of Madeira, between Ponta de São Lourenço and Machico, surrounded by mountains to the west and by the Atlantic Ocean to the north and south.
Ponta do sol, a delightful little village located 20 km south-west of the capital city of Funchal.
“Madeira”, named after the Island where it is produced.