Madeira is an island situated in the Atlantic Ocean and has become an extremely popular getaway choice for families and couples seeking winter sun or sultry summer breaks. Due to its temperate climate, temperatures never really drop below 18°C making it ideal for everyone. There’s a rich heritage that can be seen and explored throughout many of Madeira’s towns; honey coloured buildings, tales of years gone by and of course plenty of museums and guided excursions. Madeira is excellent for water sport lovers and thrill-seekers for the steep cliffs, forests and volcanic beaches, though there are some sand beaches too, make for excellent outdoor activities.
Coastal paths, lava formations, natural geographical history and plenty of cultural sites will satisfy any holiday maker and for a more leisurely approach, Madeira also offers excellent shopping and dining opportunities. Enjoy fresh seafood, traditional dishes, fine wine and international classics. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants, and as evening arrives, the charm steps up a notch ensuring the traditional Madeira shines through leaving memorable impressions of your time here.