03 Sept '20
3rd to 27th September
The 2020 edition of the Flower Festival takes place this year, exceptionally, between September 3rd to 27th, in a new format, integrating the Wine Festival.
5, 12 and 19 September
Every year the Quinta do Furão Hotel joins in with the countless cultural displays held round the island, as part of the celebrations of the wine harvest, in a cultural event held on 5, 12, and 19 September.
Porto Santo Island annually hosts this event promoting the various types of wine produced in this municipality.
September, 18th to 20th
The Passion Fruit and Derivatives Showcase takes place between September 18th to 20th, on the seafront of the Village of Ribeira Brava, with the aim of promoting and debating the regional production of Passion Fruit.
September, 19th to 20th
This characteristically rural event brings together many farmers from several neighbouring regions, which turn the production of the “pêro”, common name for apple, into a widely animated festival of great projection, along with its usual food and drink stalls, held from September 19th to 20th.
September 22nd to 26th
Trans Madeira is an enduro mountain bike adventure part of the international MBTcircuit a sports event to be held from September 22nd to 26th.
September 23rd to 27th
The Columbus Festival is based on the historical re-enactment of the time when this famous merchant lived in Porto Santo Island, recalling his stay in the Madeira Islands.
September ,26th and 27th
With the aim of promoting the secular tradition that is behind the manufacture of cider, the village of Santo da Serra promotes between September, 26th and 27th a popular festivity as a tribute to the cider, a local popular beverage, in a festivity which guarantees lots of entertainment.
Madeira, whilst tourist destination par excellence, could not miss out on celebrating the World Tourism Day, held on September,27th.