The archipelago of Madeira benefits from its valuable geographical location in numerous aspects. This privilege is reflected, first and foremost, in the subtropical climate of the islands and the warm temperature of the sea, which varies between 18 °C and 24 °C all year round. It is, therefore, an extremely inviting place for multiple nautical activities, making sport fishing in Madeira an unavoidable experience.
This place is very favoured by the migratory routes of a large number of fish, such as the blue marlin or bigeye tuna between June and September. Besides this, sport fishing in Madeira benefits from the fact that it is home to numerous species, such as white tuna, albacore, bluefin tuna, hammerhead shark, barracuda, skipjack tuna or swordfish.