Visiting Madeira Island? 5 Unforgettable Things to Do on your Holiday

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Visiting Madeira Island

Visiting Madeira Island is an experience like no other. This volcanic island located in the Atlantic Ocean boasts mesmerizing landscapes, botanical gardens teeming with exotic plants, and a variety of exciting outdoor activities. Whether you’re admiring the stunning scenery or taking part in thrilling adventures, Madeira Island is sure to leave a lasting impression.

5 Unforgettable Things to Do on your Holiday

-Funchal Botanical Garden

The Funchal Botanical Garden is a must-see spot on the beautiful island of Madeira. Established in 1960, this garden is a treasure trove of unique and exotic plants from all over the world, including palm trees, cacti and orchids. Visitors can also enjoy the bonsai section, rock garden and artificial pond filled with exotic fish. The garden is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm and is easily accessible by car or public transportation.

Boat Trips

Boat trips are also a popular activity in Madeira Island, allowing visitors to see the island from a different perspective and enjoy stunning views over the coast. There are several types of boat trips available, including catamaran trips, snorkel boat trips and whale and dolphin boat trips. The best times for boat trips are from May to October when sea conditions are calmer. 

-Renting a Premium Motorbike

Renting a premium motorbike while visiting Madeira Island is an excellent way to explore the island’s stunning landscapes and hidden gems. With a premium motorbike, you can easily navigate the island’s winding roads and steep hills, taking in breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and lush green valleys. The feeling of freedom and adventure is unmatched.  You will have the best of everything, from power to comfort, from style to safety, and you’ll be able to enjoy the island’s winding roads in a way you never thought possible.


Fishing is another popular water activity in Madeira Island, with a variety of fish species to be caught including tuna, marlin and sea bream. The best seasons for fishing in Madeira Island are from May to September. 

-Pico do Areeiro – Hiking Trail 

Madeira Island is a hiker’s paradise, with a variety of trails to explore. The best hiking trail in Madeira Island is Pico do Areeiro.

Pico do Areeiro is the third highest peak in Madeira Island, at 1818 meters above sea level. The trail to Pico do Areeiro is considered moderate in terms of difficulty, with a gradual climb through forest and crop fields. The estimated time to complete the trail is around 3 hours, and you can see stunning views over the island from the summit.

Mention that preparation is necessary for these trails by wearing suitable footwear, bringing enough water and food, being aware of weather conditions, and being aware of personal physical limitations.


In summary, Madeira Island is an incredible tourist destination, offering a variety of activities and experiences to enjoy. It is a perfect place for lovers of nature, water sports and hiking, and it is an unmissable opportunity to enjoy a memorable vacation.

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