Located in the Atlantic Ocean, Madeira Island is known for its stunning landscapes and mild climate all year round. With its impressive cliffs, forests and exotic flowers, Madeira is a dream destination for nature lovers. The capital, Funchal, is a vibrant city that mixes history with modernity. Strolling through the Mercado dos Lavradores, visiting Funchal Cathedral and exploring the botanical gardens are just some of the must-see attractions.

Madeira Island is also famous for its levadas, irrigation channels that wind through mountains and valleys, providing unique panoramic trails. For the more adventurous, Pico Ruivo offers a challenging hike with spectacular views from the highest point on the island.

Madeira has a rich cultural heritage, reflected in its lively festivals, such as Carnival and the Flower Festival, which attract visitors from all over the world. The local gastronomy is another strong point, with traditional dishes such as black scabbard fish with banana and Madeiran kebabs. Let’s not forget the famous Madeira wine, appreciated internationally.

In addition to its natural and cultural attractions, Madeira is an excellent starting point for exploring neighbouring islands such as Porto Santo, known for its golden beaches. With its unique combination of natural beauty, vibrant culture and delicious gastronomy, Madeira Island is an unforgettable destination for any traveller.




  • Discover an island of lush landscapes and mild climate, where stunning nature meets cultural heritage.
  • Explore the levada trails and marvel at the panoramic views over Pico Ruivo and other spectacular viewpoints.
  • Visit the enchanting botanical gardens and walk through the historic streets of Funchal, the island’s capital.
  • Take part in the colourful festivals and cultural events that animate Madeira all year round, such as Carnival and the Flower Festival.
  • For sports lovers, Madeira offers a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, golf and water sports in its crystal-clear waters.
  • Enjoy traditional dishes such as black scabbard fish with banana and Madeiran kebabs, and be sure to try Madeira’s exclusive wine.



Located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, Madeira is an island rooted in nature, culture and tradition. Known as the “Pearl of the Atlantic”, this island offers a unique experience to those who visit it. Recognised for its impressive gardens, landscapes and gastronomy, Madeira is an ideal island for outdoor activities such as hiking, but also for relaxing on a beautiful sunny day. For food lovers, Madeira is a true paradise. Try typical dishes such as bolo do caco, the Madeiran kebab, and savour the famous Madeira wine.

What to see and do
How to get to the hotel


Connected to 45 airports and with a capacity to handle 3,500,000 passengers, Madeira Airport is a modern, safe, functional infrastructure where the availability and quality of services guarantee an excellent stay for its passengers. Daily connections between the cities of Lisbon and Funchal take 1h25m. Daily connections between the islands take around 15 minutes. There are two airports in the archipelago: Madeira International Airport and Porto Santo Airport. The hotel has up-to-date information on flights arriving and departing from Funchal and can also organise transfers for guests. Contact reception or ask for more information.


If you prefer to use public transport, there are several bus companies that can take you to the most important tourist attractions more cheaply. All these companies have their terminals based in Funchal, so they are easily accessible.


Taxis are available at both Madeira and Porto Santo airports, at all the main hotels and in several different streets and squares. Ask for fare information before taking a taxi.


If you don't want to be dependent on timetables, the island has a wide range of driverless car hire companies. You can contact your travel agency or the hotel where you are staying.


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