06 Nov '20
November, 6th to 7th
The 2020 edition of the Nature Festival will not be taking place in the usual manner as in previous years, strictly for sanitary reasons, thus reinforcing the organization of the second edition of the Madeira Outdoor Summit, to take place on the 6th and 7th of November.
December 1st 2020 to January 10th 2021
The arrival of the decorative lights in the streets of the city centre of Funchal, during the month of December, sets the beginning of the Madeira Christmas and End of the Year Festivities programme.
February 10th to 21st
Madeira Carnival festivities offer a variety of activities you can choose from, with the option to enjoy them as a simple spectator or as an active participant.
The Celebrations, which will take place between 2018 and 2020 and are included in the Governemnt Program for the current political term, are considered a cultural priority and are intended to be inclusive os all sectors of society so as to achieve the type of national and international projection that can confirm Madeira's role as source of cultural, historical and intelle...Read more
June,5th,12th,19th and 26th 2021
The Madeira Atlantic Festival, an event that sets the beginning of the summer season in Madeira, is one of the most recent tourist entertainment events.
The 2020 edition was cancelled due to the direct impact of the Corona Virus - COVID 19 pandimic worldwide.
The 2021 edition will be held on June 5th,12th,19th and 26th.
September 22nd to 26th
The Columbus Festival is based on a series of tourist entertainment initiatives that portray the time when this famous merchant resided on the island of Porto Santo, recalling his experiences in the Madeira Archipelago.