MADEIRA

If we had to describe Madeira using only two colors, the decision would be irrefutable: blue and green. The island of Madeira, one of the islands that make up the same-named archipelago, is blessed with a mild climate all year round, a characteristic that makes it the ideal destination at any time. If you are looking for a vacation immersed in nature and tranquillity, you certainly are in the right place.

MADEIRA IDENTITY CARD

Madeira is the largest and most populous island of the Madeira Archipelago, surrounded by the majestic North Atlantic Ocean. Madeira Archipelago is one of the two autonomous regions of Portugal (the other being the Azores).

If you are looking for an “eternal spring”, Madeira is the best option. Its climate is mild all year round, and every month is worth a visit but, if you prefer a relaxing holiday at the beach, we suggest you visit the island during the summer months (from July to September approximately).

MADEIRA IDENTITY CARD 

Carta Geografica con puntina che indica Madeira

Madeira is the largest and most populous island of the Madeira Archipelago, surrounded by the majestic North Atlantic Ocean. Madeira Archipelago is one of the two autonomous regions of Portugal (the other being the Azores).

If you are looking for an “eternal spring”, Madeira is the best option. Its climate is mild all year round, and every month is worth a visit but, if you prefer a relaxing holiday at the beach, we suggest you visit the island during the summer months (from July to September approximately).

HOW TO REACH MADEIRA

The airport is located in the capital city of Funchal. The best way to reach the island of Madeira is via a 90-minute flight from Lisbon. Funchal Airport is also connected with Oporto and with other European capitals (for example, Amsterdam or Brussels).

WHAT TO EAT IN MADEIRA

In Madeira, you will never get hungry! You will have the chance to taste incredible typical dishes such as, to name a few, the Espetada da Madeira, tasty skewers meat which hangs from a hook on a stand. The Milho Frito, a delicious treat made of deep-fried corn filled with kale, or the incredible dessert Bolo de Mel, a cake made with honey and spices.

WHAT TO EAT IN MADEIRA 

In Madeira, you will never get hungry! You will have the chance to taste incredible typical dishes such as, to name a few, the Espetada da Madeira, tasty skewers meat which hangs from a hook on a stand. The Milho Frito, a delicious treat made of deep-fried corn filled with kale, or the incredible dessert Bolo de Mel, a cake made with honey and spices.

WHAT TO DO IN MADEIRA 

As mentioned before, Madeira welcomes you all year round! Every season has its vibrant and traditional event.

AUTUMN: MADEIRA NATURE FESTIVAL 

The Madeira Nature Festival aims to promote nature tourism, encouraging the practice of activities that allow direct contact with the rich natural heritage of the archipelago of Madeira.  

WINTER: MADEIRA CARNIVAL 

In Madeira, the Carnival season is experienced in a constant festive atmosphere, both with official initiatives and those of a more spontaneous character, deep-rooted in Madeiran tradition, joy, and cheerfulness prevailing in the streets, establishments, and private homes. 

SPRING: MADEIRA FLOWER FESTIVAL 

The Flower Festival is a tribute to spring, and the celebration of metamorphosis and rebirth, fertility, and the abundance of the flowers that color, perfume, and inebriate the surrounding environment. 

SUMMER MADEIRA WINE FESTIVAL 

The Madeira Wine Festival is one of the island’s main tourist attractions that pays tribute to this precious nectar and its undeniable socioeconomic significance. Taking place during the grape harvest in late August, early September, this event aims to recreate the old traditions of Madeira, which were developed over centuries of labor in viticulture. 

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