The island of Madeira, because of its privileged geographical position and mountainous relief, have a surprisingly mild climate.Very mild average temperatures, 25ºC in the summer and 17ºC in the winter, and a moderate level of humidity, confer upon this island exceptional subtropical features.
The seawater temperature is also very mild, because of the influence of the warm Gulf current, presenting averages of 22ºC in the summer and 18º in the winter.
Through the partnership established between the Regional Government of Madeira and the NOVA Medical School - Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, CEDOC - Chronic Diseases Research Centre (Centro de Estudos de Doenças Crónicas) is conducting free COVID-19 diagnostic tests for anyone travelling to Madeira departing from Lisbon.
Madeira will once again be present at the 31st edition of the Lisbon Tourism Grant (BTL), with a strategic initiative of closer proximity to the national market, strongly based on the differentiating elements which make this holiday destination an unique quality experience 365 days per year, in a promotional campaign subject to the topic “This is the year to visit Madeira”.
The Institute for Forestry and Nature Conservation (IFCN) has recently concluded an important construction work in the area of Rabaçal, at the PR6 – Levada das 25 Fontes walk, thus contributing to reduce the human load which this trail daily undergoes.