Housed in the historic center of Funchal, very close from the town hall, the Castanheiro Boutique Hotel offers from its panoramic terrace a privileged view over the bay of Funchal.
From € 60 (per day, per person in double room)
Great location, less than ten minutes walk from the center of Funchal, all is deliciously nestled among trees and flowers, in a human-sized, graceful and relaxing.
From € 34 (per day, per person in a double room)
From the hotel Quinta Penha da França, a gateway allows access to Penha França Mar, a second address, held by the same owners, with two swimming pools and direct and private access to the sea.
From € 45 (per day, per person in double room)
Your three-night accommodation in São Vicente, in a restored and enlarged 18th century house, once a guest house, a hospital and a school, is now a charming inn offering well-equipped and comfortable rooms.
From € 21 (per day, per person in double room)
Excellent service for this urban hotel of this category, considering the value for money-service and ideal location to explore Funchal, all the historical sites, museums, shops and other cultural activities are nearby, making its location one of his strengths. The property is quiet, modern and comfortable.
From € 25 (per day, per person in double room)
This good family-run address, with its central location and mild prices, located near the western end of the historic Rue de la Carreira, opposite the Bishop's Palace, offers bright rooms and studios. spacious, fully equipped, can accommodate up to 8 people
From € 20 (per day, per person in a double room)
Excellent value for the restaurant Ruel, in the old town, address very famous for the irreproachable quality of its dishes and its service.
In the center of Funchal, an address that has a great value for money offers a warm welcome, well-set tables, a picturesque dining room, fresh products, elaborate dishes, generous portions, efficient service, and affordable prices.
The restaurant "Doca do Cavacas" is a restaurant that is a reference for Funchal inhabitant’s lovers of fish and seafood of all kinds.
In Chão da Ribeira, in the secret hinterland of Seixal. Far from the tourist flow, a magnificent winding lined road with hydrangeas leads to this wild wild circus peopled with local stone houses and plots of lands all methodically cultivated.
In a rural setting, in the center of a village, in rustic houses with straw roof and wooden structure. Here is a healthy and simple address held by the owners offering tasty local specialties.
Leaving Santana en route to the culminating summit, at the foot of the mountain and at the edge of the forest, an address that puts on the terroir.
A sure value at the end of the charismatic and always very eventful rua Santa Maria. Housed on the ground floor of the hotel which bears the same name, in a hundred-year-old building tastefully renovated, this independent restaurant offers in the room the contemporary decor or intimate and sheltered terrace quality cuisine with generous portions ...
In the old town, very close to the market. A restaurant with great reputation for its warm welcome, the quality of its typical Madeiran cuisine and its affordable prices. A tasty address
Below a cliff with 300 meters high, this parcel of land is only accessible by cable car. It owes its name to the Jesuits who once cultivated the vineyard. Today it's an organic fruit and vegetable plantation that also houses a local specialty restaurant that offers endless ocean views.
This is a place that stands out for its originality! Who would imagine that this building that seems innocuous, and which was once an Anglican church, houses, in its basement, a collection of exceptional Madeira wines, begun in 1967!
It's in the old town that you will see in action the best cocktail bartender in Madeira! Winner several times in Funchal and Portugal, Hernan Silva is a true creative artist.
The vines were introduced to Madeira in the 15th century. The British interest in this wine, which was the only one in Europe to improve when it faced the high temperatures of the tropics during these long boat trips, contributed to its commercial growth and international reputation.
At the tip of the small coastal village of Porto da Cruz, a rum distillery (sugar cane) unique in Europe and of its kind since it is the only one whose machinery still works with steam.