A TROPICAL GETAWAY
A privileged geographical position, a subtropical climate, unique landscape settings and remarkable cultural traditions: discover the charms of Madeira. With an area of 741 km², the Island of Madeira is an oasis in the Atlantic where great natural and cultural wealth is preserved among the forests, towns, beaches and mountains.
WHERE TO GO?
The green scenery of Madeira's north coast - Here, it feels like nature has spared no effort and has combined mountains, forests, cliffs and sea in a breathtaking way. A composition of natural beauty, responsible for displaying unmistakable images, along the entire coastline of the parishes that make up the Municipalities of S. Vicente, Santana and Porto Moniz.
Cities, traditions, Nature and the sea of the south coast - The south coast is famous for the great diversity of its landscapes. From the most cosmopolitan places, imbued with European urban sophistication, to areas where silence and the untouched beauty of Nature reign supreme, not to mention towns full of history and culture and sandy and pebble beaches, there is much to explore in this region.
View to the Atlantic and History from the east coast - The east coast offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy moments of pure contemplation of unique and diverse landscapes. From its green hills that rise up by the sea to its more arid scenarios, with vegetation mainly consisting of creepers, and the typical and bustling cities and towns we find in this area, there is much to explore here.
Sun, beach, nature and tradition on the west coast - The characteristics of the west coast are attractive for bathers, who can enjoy beaches and bathing complexes with excellent conditions, and for water sports enthusiasts, who can enjoy excellent access to the sea and an inviting water temperature all year round.
WHAT TO DO?
Sea lovers - The sea that surrounds Madeira Islands offers everyone the possibility of doing a great variety of activities while contemplating the most beautiful landscapes, from different perspectives. Did you think an ad was enough to feel this ocean? No, you have to come here and experience Madeira for yourself!
Beautiful beaches - Small paradises in the shape of coppery sandy beaches and dunes with limestone fossils of great geomorphological interest. Did you think an ad was enough to feel this beach? No, you have to come here and experience Madeira for yourself!
Nature seekers - A thousand shades of green compose the Laurissilva forest, UNESCO World Heritage. Walking through its immensity is one of the highlights of any trip to the archipelago! Did you think an ad was enough to feel this nature? No, you have to come here and experience Madeira for yourself!
Culture passionates - A cultural legacy of unimaginable significance. Buildings and monuments of great artistic, architectural, and historical interest. Did you think an ad was enough to feel this culture? No, you have to come here and experience Madeira for yourself!
WHERE TO STAY?
Accommodation to suit all preferences - Various accommodation options, always with the guarantee of the best hospitality.