The Madeira archipelago is an autonomous region of Portugal, the official language is Portuguese and the local currency € (Euro). Located 310 miles from the African coast and 620 miles from the European continent, Madeira is Europe’s most traditional holiday island destination.

  • Madeira is easily accessible, within a few hours from every city in Europe.
  • Madeira is well-known for the high quality of its Hotels, a number of international and national hotel chains are present in Madeira.
  • In Madeira one can visit the Laurissilva forest, the Natural Park, and several monuments are protected by UNESCO World heritage foundation.
  • The weather in Madeira is always amiable, winters are mild and summers are pleasant.
  • In Madeira one can enjoy many different breathtaking sceneries and landscapes, accessible in a matter of minutes.
  • Madeira is one of the safest holiday destinations in the world.
  • Madeira provides excellent infrastructures for groups, congresses, incentives and conferences.
  • The local people in Madeira are friendly, hospitable and have an innate ability to communicate with different nationalities - a gift inherited through the centuries.
  • Nowhere else is the sea so closer to the mountains - the small size of the Island, yet high concentration of historical sites and landscapes, are valuable assets for tight schedules.
  • The countryside of Madeira Island is ideal for all kinds of sporting activities, like Jeep safaris, photo rallies, natural rocky beaches, treasure hunts, mountain and Levada walks, tracking, cannoning, water sports, big game fishing, deep sea fishing, scuba diving, canyon, yachting, mountain biking, para-glider and helicopter rides.
  • Air temperature averages between: 18°C (Winter) and 25o (Summer).
  • Water temperature averages between: 17o (Winter) and 22o (Summer).