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Popular things to do in Madeira Archipelago

Canyoning in Madeira - Beginners
Canyoning in Madeira - Beginners
Canyoning in Madeira - Beginners 3 hours
Canyoning is a fun and adventurous way to explore the beautiful landscapes and nature Madeira has to offer. Abseil, climb, jump and scram through the rugged surroundings... an experience you will surely remember for a long time.
Price from: €60.00
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Rent a campervan (caravan) in Madeira
Rent a campervan (caravan) in Madeira
Rent a campervan (caravan) in Madeira 1 day
Rent a campervan (caravan) and enjoy a completely independent and unique way to discover Madeira with family or friends. Price from EUR100 per day in medium and low season and EUR125 in high season, for up to 4 person in a campervan.
Price from: €100.00
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Fun Classic Jeep Safari tour - Madeira West (half day)
Fun Classic Jeep Safari tour - Madeira West (half day)
Fun Classic Jeep Safari tour - Madeira West (half day) 4 hours
One of a kind classic jeep safari excursion exploring beautiful west of Madeira by local guides who want you to fall in love with their island, just like the do. Highlights include: fishing village, vineyards, banana and cherries plantation as well as breathtaking views of the Nuns Valley.
Price from: €30.00
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Travel Inspirations - Madeira Archipelago

Welcome to the Madeira Archipelago - a subtropical island group with mild year-round weather, lush forests, exotic floras and faunas, beautiful beaches, culinary delights and fascinating landscapes. Together they create an enchanting nature paradise for island holidays. A trip to the  Madeira Archipelago displace vacationers in a completely different world.                          Madeira Archipelago , which made up of Madeira , Porto Santo , Desertas (“Deserted”) and the Selvagens (“Savage”) islands, is politically part of Portugal. Tourism almost doesn’t exist in the latter two so-called “wild islands” due to inaccessibility and uninhabitability. Rising up from the Atlantic ocean, these islands can be found 1000 kilometres southwest of Lisbon, and approximately 500 kilometres away from Morocco and the Canary Islands . The largest island of the group is also the namesake of the archipelago. Madeira entices visitors with its lush vegetation, levada hikes, and various land and water activities such as diving, big game fishing, jet skiing, boat trips, surfing, windsurfing, horse riding, mountain biking and paragliding. The island is rich in history and cultures. It has many museums, churches and architectures- all of which has an influence on the Madeira ’s traditions and artistry. Many events and festivals take place on Madeira , with the Funchal Flower Festival and the new year fireworks show (one of world’s biggest) attracting many visitors to the island.                      While there are a few beaches in Madeira , it is Porto Santo steal the spotlight for its nine kilometres of blue flag golden sand beach. With just 42.17km2 of landmass, this tiny island dotted with windmills is a favourite amongst day-trippers from Madeira . It is also a perfect escape for those wanting to relax and unwind. Although not as touristy as its ‘big sister’ Madeira , Porto Santo offers a variety of activities similar to those in the main island. Both Madeira and Porto Santo have extensive golf facilities. Food lovers will enjoy their journey in Madeira and Porto Santo . The black scabbard fish (known locally as 'Espada'), at first glance can be horrifying, but its tasty white flesh which often paired with banana, is a must-try local specialty. For those who do not dare, there are always freshly grilled tuna steaks and the popular Espetada em Lauro de Pau - a skewer of beef cubes seasoned with garlic and salt, cooked over wood fire. Wash down your tasty meal with a smooth Madeira wine or opt for the fruity Poncha.                    Madeira Archipelago , with its pristinely lush environment and unpolluted surroundings, is the perfect choice for island getaways for active travellers or those who crave for relaxation and rejuvenation.