The unique beauty of Madeira Island along with its mild climate all year round makes for a perfect combination for a small break in the middle of the Atlantic. Known as the " Pearl of the Atlantic" Madeira has been the favorite destination for Europeans for a couple of centuries. Madeira is known for its excellent climate, high quality of tourism services and the warm and friendly welcoming of the locals. This package was built to assure a great and restful stay and can be tailored to your requirements in case you wish to add or delete some days to your stay.
Arrival in Madeira, car collection at Madeira's airport and accommodation at selected hotel for 5 nights.
Day to Explore Funchal (if you wish a private tour, please consult us).
Day to Visit Madeira's East coast.
Leisure day, to relax on the hotel facilities or other activities (Our suggestion: visit the Island of Porto Santo on the local ferry boat; or walk through the Levadas (Water canals), or Visit Madeira Museums - please consult us if you wish some of the suggested options).
Day to Explore Madeira's West coast.
Hotel Check-out and departure to Funchal Airport. Car delivery at the Airport.
Places you will visit
Funchal: This is the capital of Madeira, famous for the botanical gardens everywhere in the city! If you wish to have a real experience we suggest you to go to the Market of Lavradores, where the locals sell the daily fresh and delicious products.
Monte: Not too far from Funchal centre, you'll find Monte with beautiful views over the Funchal Bay. We suggest you a visit to the Church of Our Lady of Monte, and to take the chance to use the most famous transport of the Island - The Toboggan.
Curral das Freiras: Is what we call truly hidden part of Madeira. The name means "Nuns' Valley" and here you'll find a crater showing obvious evidences of the volcanic presence in the island of Madeira. Do not miss the local liquor.
East Madeira: On the East of Madeira you will find the most remote areas of the island that we suggest you to visit: Camacha, famous as the wicker work village; The Pico do Arieiro, one of the highest points of the island; Ribeiro Frio to visit the curious trout hatchery. Santana Village, with its traditional thatched roofed cottages; Porto da Cruz and Portela, whit a spectacular view over the town of Machico.
West Madeira: On the west side we will suggest you to visit the small fishing village of Câmara de Lobos; The most famous Cape of Madeira: the Cabo Girão, the highest promontory in Europe; Ribeira Brava a seaside village; Serra de Água and Encumeada where you can see both the North and the South coast; Porto Moniz famous for its natural pools; Paúl da Serra, a 1400m high plateau.