Introducing Madeira

This lush green autonomous island region of Portugal is a picture of vibrant colours; from is deep forest hues to the bright Red Passion Flowers that pepper the hills, all set against a bright azure blue backdrop of never-ending ocean. Madeira is a nature lover’s paradise and there are plenty of hiking trails and outdoor activities to keep you entertained during your stay. Nicknamed by the locals as the ‘Floating Garden’, this island destination is a flourishing world of flora and fauna and is home to some of the most wonderful wildlife west of the Med. With a lovely subtropical climate, verdant countryside, paradisiacal beaches and a great choice of outdoor pursuits including golfing, surfing and scuba diving, we couldn’t think of anywhere better for families, groups or couples to jet off to this summer…

Highlights of Madeira

This is Madeira’s largest city and is known as Europe’s most scenic and cleanest capital!
Explore the sights of Machico, Madeira’s third largest city known for its beaches, luxury hotels and restaurants.
Porto Moniz
Visit this coastal town which is famous for its stunning coastline and its natural swimming pools – ideal for swimming or bathing in.
Santa Cruz
Spend your time relaxing on the long stretches of sandy beach in Santa Cruz, located close to the capital Funchal.
Garajau Marine Nature Reserve
Head to Garajau Marine Nature Reserve, Portugal’s first and only marine reserve established in 1986. An incredible place for diving and snorkelling.

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