Madeira in Winter

Warm, sunny days are often required to make the most of your Madeira holiday. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the island in cooler months. For example, some of the most popular winter activities on Madeira are whale watching, sailing, cycling, hiking, or even have a go at skiing on one of the resorts. Whale watching tours are one of the most popular winter activities on Madeira. Whale watching tours are available from September to April and are a great way to get up close to these gentle giants. Winter is whale watching season on Madeira, so have your cameras at the ready. You may just get to see the humpback whales breaching – a pretty special sight!

Madeira Villas with Pool

Looking for the perfect resort for your next holiday? Check out Madeira Villas with Pool in Portugal. Portugal is an amazing country with many different attractions, but it’s also a great place for relaxing. If you’re wanting to get away from it all without completely disconnecting, this is the perfect destination for you. Madeira is surrounded by water on three sides. The island is made up of many different types of ecosystems, including forests of laurel trees, miles of coastline, and dramatic cliff faces. It has a rich history in port wine making, which you can explore when you stay in one of these villas.

Madeira Vacation

Madeira is definitely an island that is extraordinary and stunning. The scenery is unforgettable and remarkably diverse, specially considering the area’s modest size. Madeira ended up being called a ‘floating garden’, reflecting hundreds of years of cultivation. The soil that is rich is volcanic mild environment and abundant rain have the effect of contrasting landscapes: lush river valleys, terraced hillsides planted with vines and bananas and dense primeval forest.There is actually many possibilities to meet your leisure needs. The Garajau coastline provides one of Europe’s very first underwater nature reserves for sub aquatic enthusiasts.

Vacation Rentals in Madeira

The Portuguese island of Madeira is located in the Atlantic Ocean. It is a beautiful holiday island with some of the best vacation rentals in Europe. Many holiday villas are located in a beautiful setting on the craggy mountains of an island that falls into the sea. Villas with nice gardens and holiday apartments with pools are available for rent and most of these apartments and villas are located in scenic locations. Madeira has a subtropical climate with hot summers and mild winters. The city is a very popular family vacation destination thanks to its year-round warm sea temperatures and beautiful sandy beaches influenced by the Persian Gulf.

Madeira is on UK “Green Watchlist”

Funchal. Madeira

Madeira, this beautiful Portugal island is one of the most preferred destinations for UK visitors. The sunshine, beaches and lot of fun activities makes Madeira a perfect holiday destination. It is located 3 hour flight from UK and most airlines are going there. As of today Madeira is on UK “Green Watchlist”. If you want to visit Madeira now then you need to follow “Green Watchlist” protocol that is mentioned in “” website. Follow the protocols and enjoy a safer holiday in Madeira.

Museu Quinta das Cruzes of Madeira – Interesting decorative art museum in 18th century villa in Madeira

Madeira, the amazing holiday island of Portugal surrounded by Atlantic is loved and visited by thousands of tourists throughout the year to enjoy holidays in warm, volcanic landscape island with lots of attractions and filled with lush green mountains. When you’re holidaying in iconic island like Madeira, the real pleasure isn’t about beach days and nightlife but also about visiting and admiring the unique, historical and at the same time interesting destinations of Madeira and Museu Quinta das Cruzes is one such attraction(museum) of Madeira. From Funchal(Madeira’s capital) you shall reach Museu Quinta das Cruzes by travelling just 3 kilometre towards south, following the directions. Museu Quinta das Cruzes in Madeira is a picturesque decorative art museum which consists of art works, arts, statues, ceramics, jewelry, antiques which are & more than 500 years old and the museum itself is set in a 18th century villa with rich architectural works. Museu Quinta das Cruzes isn’t a ‘decorative art museum’ with lots of arts and antiques but also the beautiful portrayal Madeira and Funchal’s rich history and cultural heritage. Another important attraction of Museu Quinta das Cruzes is verdurous and amazing gardens surrounding the villa with rich colors because of flowering plants, natural shade by trees and providing a peaceful ‘picnic’ ambience to spend leisure time with family and kids after visiting the museum. When you’re in Funchal or anywhere in Madeira, do visit Museu Quinta das Cruzes to know some interesting history and look at interesting collections and enjoy being at a beautiful villa and garden of Madeira.

Parque Florestal das Queimadas(Queimadas Forest Park) in Madeira – Verdurous park with popular Levada Walk of Madeira

Madeira island of Portugal is well-known for the amazing coastline and massive verdurous landscapes and gardens and one such interesting destination(park) that exhibit the lush green quality of Madeira island is Parque Florestal das Queimadas(Queimadas Forest Park), a National park in Madeira, Portugal. Queimadas Forest Park is located on north-east of the island and from Funchal(Madeira’s capital), you shall reach the park by travelling 45 kilometre, following the directions. You shall reach Queimadas Forest Park by taking the popular Levadas walks(Madeira’s special) and they kick start with few refreshments. Caldeirão Verde Levada Walk(PR 9 – Levada do Caldeirão Verde) is the trail to Queimadas Forest Park and it possess such a rich flora and fauna to admire and you’ll find Caminha para Todos(a water channel here) while you take ‘Levada walk’ of Queimadas Forest Park, which gives the best pleasure, peace to mind and soul, through the unspoilt natural beauty it have and you can’t miss experiencing this, when in Madeira. With a café to sit back, enjoy and packed with enormous natural beauty and waterfall, a visit to Queimadas Forest Park gets fulfilled by visiting the picnic park and shelter house of Queimadas(a old house with beautiful thatched roof). Visiting Queimadas Forest Park will definitely give joy and relaxation, keeping yourselves away from city’s noise, crowded beaches and a moment to get close to nature and feel good-energy, while holidaying in Madeira.

Ponta do Rosto in Madeira – Spectacular viewpoint with a little hiking in east coastline of Madeira island

Madeira, the beautiful Portugal island is an amazing holiday destination with subtropical climate, picturesque destinations, magical strip of coastline and a wide range of holiday villas with full-fledged services and providing profound hospitality with privacy to your family/friends. One of the popular tourists’ attraction and a exquisite viewpoint located in eastern Maderia is Ponta do Rosto, a cliff edge, a viewpoint and actually, a headland in Madeira’s coastline located near Machico(a main town in eastern Madeira). From Funchal-Madeira’s capital, you can reach Ponta do Rosto by travelling 33 kilometre in north-east direction towards east coastline of Madeira island. Ponta do Rosto is also popularly known as ‘Miradouro da Ponta do Rosto’ and once you reach the bottom, you need to hike/walk the 2.7 kilometre trail which is easy to hike/walk and surrounded by wild flowers and picturesque blue-filled seafront views of São Lorenço peninsula, Madeira. If you want, you can also drive straightaway to the viewpoint-Ponta do Rosto but, do give a try to walking the trail which is one of the best holidaying experience in Madeira. If you’re the one who loves to hike (or) loves nature (or) a adventure seeker (or) wish to explore the unspoilt natural beauty of Madeira, then you shouldn’t miss standing and staring at the sea from the spectacular Ponta do Rosto, when in Madeira.

Palácio de São Lourenço(São Lourenço Palace) of Madeira – First fortress built in Funchal, Madeira

Madeira, the beautiful Portugal island possess interesting attractions, awesome climate, peaceful ambience which let you enjoy a fantastic holidaying with family/friends in Madeira. One of the popular and interesting tourist attraction to visit in Madeira is Palácio de São Lourenço(São Lourenço Palace), a 16th century built fortress which happens to be the first fortress built in Funchal city(capital of Madeira). From Funchal you can reach Palácio de São Lourenço by travelling 3.8 kilometre towards south coastline, following the directions. Palácio de São Lourenço was built between the years 1529-1540, as requested by the people of Funchal after a boat, moored in the harbour of Funchal then. Today, São Lourenço Palace serves as a permanent exhibition related to Madeira and Funchal’s history and also the story behind development of the Fortress. There is a National Palace within the Fortress which can be visited only after requesting appointment with the office of the Prime Minister. Do visit Palácio de São Lourenço(São Lourenço Palace) which is one of the iconic architecture with rich historical values to visit, while holidaying in Madeira.

Sacred Art Museum of Funchal in Madeira – Beautiful museum for paintings set inside a palace in Madeira

Madeira, the beautiful island of Portugal welcomes tourists throughout the year with amazing attractions and the spectacular holiday rentals it possess such as the holiday villas, holiday resorts and beachfront villas in Madeira. One of the popular and unique museum of Madeira to visit and admire, when you’re holidaying in Madeira is Sacred Art Museum of Funchal, a museum located in Episcopal Palace of Funchal(Madeira’s capital). From Funchal of Madeira, you can reach Sacred Art Museum of Funchal by travelling 3.5 kilometre towards south-east, following the directions. You can spot a great, huge collection of sculptures/statues, goldsmithery, arts, paintings and paramentaria which belongs to the medieval centuries such as 15th to 19th centuries, and especially Early Netherlandish painting from the 15th and 16th centuries. You can understand about Madeira’s rich culture and history through the amazing works, you look, admire at ‘Sacred Art Museum of Funchal’ of Madeira.