Cabo Girão is a lofty sea cliff located along the southern coast of the island of Madeira, in the Portuguese archipelago of Madeira.
Composed of volcanic rocks, these lava pools are supplied naturally with crystal clear sea water and allow you to enjoy safe and convenient…
This cable car connects the lower areas of Funchal with Monte. Operating since 2000, it is popular with both locals and tourists since it…
Ponta de São Lourenço is the easternmost point of the island of Madeira, it is inside the town of Caniçal and forms a part of the…
This charming market sells everything from fresh fruit, vegetables, and fish, to flowers and weaved baskets and embroidery.
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.
One of the most visited parks in Funchal provides a great view of the city.
The Christ the King statue also known as the Sacred Heart statue, is an Art Deco statue of Jesus Christ in Garajau, Madeira.
One of the two sandy beaches on the island with sand imported from Western Sahara.
Another lookout point that enables you to overlook the town and volcanic pools of Porto Moniz and adjacent Mole islands.
Located in a renovated fort from 18th century. Now it houses 70 tanks with wide variety of local species.
An estate from the 19th century, owned by the Blandy family. Species of flora from all around the world can be seen here.
The museum is accordingly located in a fishing village (Caniçal). The main attraction is a life-size model of whale.
The southern side of the island is lined with a vast, luxurious sandy beach with numerous facilities.
The Desertas Islands are a small archipelago, in the Macaronesia region of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Savage Islands or Selvagens Islands are a small Portuguese archipelago in the North Atlantic, 280 kilometres south of Madeira, and 165…
The museum depicts the life of Christopher Columbus who lived here with his wife, Filipa Moniz Perestrelo.