Discover Madeira, an autonomous region of Portugal, also an archipelago, consisting of 4 islands that are located near the northwest coast of Africa.
This island is known for its wine with the same name and a subtropical climate.
Madeira is green, of volcanic origin and has a rough relief of high cliffs, pebble beaches and villages in the delta’s of the Fajâ river.The capital Funchal is known for its botanical gardens, mosaic-paved streets, its harbor, wine cellars and the New Year’s Eve fireworks show.
The old cathedral, with a mixture of Gothic and Romanesque styles, is known for its carved wooden ceiling.The harbor is located in the Bay of Funchal and you can visit the Fortaleze Sâo Tiago.
Walk more than 1400 km of levada”s in a unique encounter with the soul of the island. Cultural and environmental factors have made walking one of the most traditional outdoor activities in Madeira.The levada”s are a remarkably ingenious irrigation system.
Dive into the fascination of the deep blue sea in contrast with the emerald green mountains of the island.This is Madeira, an island the beauty of which is a gift from Mother Nature.
The Garajau Nature Park was built in 1986 and is the only marine reserve in the country and is located in the Atlantic Ocean just outside the terraces of Villa Sophia with its Unesco protected coastline.