The Portuguese archipelago of Madeira, one of the lushest places in the Atlantic, is a perfect destination for nature lovers and fans of active sports.
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.
Large beaches, tiny beaches, sandy beaches and pebble beaches… the beaches of Madeira are all different but you are sure to fall for their natural wildness.
The municipality of São Vicente is a region blessed by Mother Nature, full of magical places that will delight visitors in the form of caves, volcanoes and mountains.
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.
Surfing is a very popular sport in Madeira, as the conditions are perfect for riding the Atlantic’s great waves.
Madeira’s combination of sea and mountains make it the perfect destination for those looking to find hiking routes suitable for people of all ages and abilities.
Lead Text: These islands bathed by the Atlantic Ocean boast both fine dining restaurants and traditional establishments with tasty offerings
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.