Travel Guide To Madeira - tips from a local - via @anasofianvasc, frommadeiratomars 05.02.2015 | I did this guide once for a friend of a friend that came to Madeira for the first time, a few months ago. It was based on my personal preferences. I’ve decided to share it on the blog so that you can use it and share it as an extra help to planning your stay. Hope you enjoy it and find it useful.
3 Easy walks in Madeira. One short and easy levada walk with fabulous views, one downhill walk through a crater valley to the village of Curral das Frieiras, a.k.a. Nun's Valley, and one of the most popular walks on Madeira Island, the 25 Fontes or 25 Springs walk. Find out more about each in this article.
Five Things You Won't Want to Miss in Funchal, Madeira | Via Huffington Post | 14.11.2014 - The mild weather, tropical vegetation and warm waters of Madeira make it a deservedly popular holiday destination. The island itself is varied and well worth exploring but don't neglect the charms of its capital city, Funchal. Since most visitors use it as a base, here are five delightful ways of making the most of your time in Funchal. #Portugal