Things to see in the Madeira and surronding area
A Biosphere Reserve, custodian of traditions, and the perfect base for hiking expeditions. Santana is one of those places in Madeira that simply exudes joy.
Beaches, peace and quiet, a leisurely stroll, charming towns, restaurants… Porto Santo has everything needed to make it a top destination for excursions from the island of Madeira.
Situated on the eastern tip of the island, Machico is intimately linked to the history of Madeira and, of course, its breathtaking nature.
Overlooking the immensity of the Atlantic Ocean, Madeira’s “capital of the north” offers all kinds of experiences related to its lush nature.
Nestled between the cliffs and the sea, the small village of Seixal offers a spectacular setting with nature on the north coast of Madeira.
Standing at 1,818 metres tall and offering magnificent views to those who climb it, the Pico do Arieiro is the third highest peak on the island of Madeira and marks the starting point for several hiking routes.
The best way to discover Madeira is by going on day trips, which help to paint a clearer picture of all the attractions that this beautiful island has to offer. Get ready to discover its gorgeous villages and stunning natural surroundings.
Porto da Cruz, a village in Madeira where time seems to stand still for good seafood and fine wine.