In Madeira we make the Tourist a Friend, when,…
There are many ways to admire the beauty of this island, but a walk along the “Levadas” is a great way to get to know the interior of Madeira.
Would you like to feel the real Nature, surrounded by “singing” birds and “dancing” butterflies?
As the very first settlers arrived on Madeira island, they immediately realized that it wouldn’t be easy to farm here.
Palheiro Gardens, also known as Blandy Gardens since the Blandy family acquired the property in 1885, is one of the most beautiful gardens and largest private “Quinta”, estate on the island of Madeira.
The Monte Palace Tropical Gardens is located 5 km from the centre of Funchal, in a village called Monte.
Situated in the North Eastern part of Madeira Island, in Faial, there is a heavenly place, called Teixeira Family Museum.
Among the uncountable things to do and to see in Funchal, the remarkable Palácio de São Lourenço (Saint Lawrence Fortress) – 16 -17th century – is worth a visit.
If you love art this is the place. Also known as ” Casa da Calçada” House Museum, here you will learn about the history of a lawyer who donated all his collections to the Autonomous Region of Madeira.
A unique experience in a relatively small museum, that is right in the heart of Funchal.
Are you staying for a week or just a couple of hours in Funchal, the capital city of Madeira? Don’t miss out a very pleasant walk in the Rua de Santa Maria (Santa Maria Street), and you will see an authentic art gallery, lovely street art.
For centuries we were considered an experimental field for most of the European botanical gardens – The naturalist James Cook mentioned Madeira
Shall I say Madeira Gardens or Madeira is a Garden?
Do you like breathtaking views and strong emotions? Then, you can’t miss out the viewpoint of Cabo Girão!
Ponta de São Lourenço is a 9 km long peninsula which forms the eastern end of the Island of Madeira.
Alice: “This is impossible“. The Mad Hatter: “Only if you believe it is“. Lewis Carroll – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
When you hear the name Madeira, probably, the first word that comes to your mind is Wine. There are, however, other equally delicious beverages available on the Island!
Situated at Pico dos Frias, 111.5 metres above sea level, this Fortress, which was completed in the second half of the 17th century
Tic tac, tic, tac … 00:00.
Although I was born and raised in Madeira, I spend a lot of time “en route” due to my career , and that’s why I always try to be home for Christmas, the month of the amazing Christmas Cribs: “escadinha” (over a wood ladder) and “lapinha” (over a mountain landscape).
“Mercado dos Lavradores” an old building with lots of activity and charm.
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.
There are many beautiful spots on an island full of contrast like Madeira. To choose one is not the easiest of tasks.
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 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.