Madeira Island

A privileged geographical position, a subtropical climate, unique landscape settings and remarkable cultural traditions: discover the charms of Madeira.

A tropical getaway

With an area of 741 km², the Island of Madeira is an oasis in the Atlantic where, among the forests, towns, beaches and mountains, a great natural and cultural wealth is preserved.

Laurissilva Forest

Madeira, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the guardian of a natural treasure. The Laurissilva Forest, about 20 million years old, dates back to the Miocene and Pliocene periods of the Tertiary Period. It is a rare subtropical forest, which occupies around 15,000 hectares, corresponding to 20% of the island.
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