Pico do Arieiro, at 1,818 m high, is Madeira Island's third highest peak. Most days, visitors can stand and look down on the clouds.
The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption in Sé, Funchal, Madeira, Portugal, is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Funchal,…
Pico Ruivo is the highest peak on the Madeira Island. It can be reached only by foot, usually either from Pico do Arieiro after a strenuous…
Visit the caves formed by volcanic eruption. There are guided tours and an adjacent centre which illustrates the formation of Madeira.
One of the most visited parks in Funchal provides a great view of the city.
Composed of volcanic rocks, these lava pools are supplied naturally with crystal clear sea water and allow you to enjoy safe and convenient…
The Christ the King statue also known as the Sacred Heart statue, is an Art Deco statue of Jesus Christ in Garajau, Madeira.
Paul da Serra in the municipal county of Ponta do Sol, Madeira, it is the largest and most extensive plateau of Madeira about 24 square…
The Calheta Beach is a beach located near the town Calheta, on the island of Madeira, Portugal.
Natural volcanic pools accompanied by a restaurant, a bar, toilets, changing rooms and a lifeguard. A large beach is in walking distance.
One of the famous Madeira wine lodges dedicated to presenting and promoting the traditional way of making Madeira wine.
The Fort of São Tiago is located in the historical centre of Funchal, Madeira.
The church has beautifully decorated walls and ceiling. You can also climb the tower and admire the wonderful views.
The São Vicente Caves are caves located in the parish and county of São Vicente, Madeira. Entrance is charged at €8 for adults.
The chapel is characteristic for its traditional tiles and an impressive wooden ceiling.
This complex is most popular with tourists. There are plenty of sport and entertainment facilities and restaurants.
Pilgrimage site. Best time for a visit is 14th to 15th of August during the most important religious festival of Madeira.
This fort used to be an important part of the defensive system of Funchal.
An estate from the 19th century, owned by the Blandy family. Species of flora from all around the world can be seen here.
Manor house surrounded by a garden full of exotic species. The museum collections encompass rich variety of antiques and paintings.
Municipal theatre built in 19th century is still as of today the focal point of cultural life in Madeira and puts on various plays,…