10 Top reasons to visit Madeira
Laurissilva is the name given to a type of humid subtropical forest made up mainly of trees from the lauraceae family of trees and widespread in the Macaronesia - a region which includes the archipelagos of Madeira, the Azores, the Canaries and Cape Verde.
Beach of Porto Santo – One of the 7 wonder beaches of Portugal
The 9 kilometre beach, with an extensive and continuous shoreline of fine golden sands, has given the island the popular name of “Golden Island”, becoming its trademark and main icon, together with its uniquely crystal-clear, turquoise-blue warm waters.
Fireworks: one of the biggest fireworks displays in the World
Fireworks are used in popular festivities or celebrations and in Madeira are no exception, loudly announcing Sylvester's Night and the arrival of every New Year.
The Hotel Industry of Madeira – recognised quality
The range of accommodation in Madeira is vast and top quality, from the refined charm of traditional hospitality to the modern five-star hotels, the warm welcome of rural tourism establishments and traditional Madeirean manor houses (“Quintas da Madeira”).