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Madeira, Portugal Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 11
Total Sleeping Rooms 918
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 220
Committable Meeting Rooms* 8
Average Hotel Room Rate EUR 98
Average Daily Meal Cost EUR 54
Average Weekly Car Rental EUR 93
*Maximum for a single hotel

Madeira, Portugal Things to Do and Attractions

Cabo Girão

One of Madeira's most popular attractions, Cabo Girão is Europe's highest cliff and the second highest sea cliff in the world, measuring 1,902 feet high. Visitors can take in the spectacular view from the glass-floored skywalk at the lookout

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Natural Lava Pools

The whole Madeira archipelago is of a volcanic origin, so Madeira is home to natural lava pools filled with saltwater to swim in. Many people looking for these natural bathing pools surrounded by lava rocks go to the village of Porto Moniz, where the

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Nun’s Valley

Curral das Freiras, or Nun's Valley, is a small village found in the heart of Madeira known for its delicious chestnuts. This scenic, remote spot is frequented by tour buses, particularly during the village's annual Chestnut Festival, which features

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Toy Museum

Found on the Market Warehouse grounds, the Toy Museum displays a collection of about 20,000 nationally and internationally manufactured toys from the late 19th century through the present. Highlights include super heroes, action figures, miniature

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Madeira Story Centre

Visitors can learn about the history of Madeira at the interactive Madeira Story Centre, found in the heart of Old Town Funchal. Exhibits focus on Madeira’s volcanic origins, pirate attacks, and other aspects of of its history and culture, while its

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Dolphin Watching

A number of boat tours for dolphin watching are offered year-round in Madeira, many of which with pick-up service from Funchal hotels. Passengers can choose from catamaran tours with seasonal snorkeling stops, or opt for an eco-tour past mangrove

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Pico de Arieiro

The third highest peak in Madeira at an altitude of nearly 6,000 feet, Pico de Arieiro is reachable by car and features a hiking path to Pico Ruivo, its highest point. Those looking to walk to Pico Ruivo should anticipate a two to three-hour hike

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Sailing

Sailing is one of the most popular recreational activities in Madeira, thanks to the area’s beautiful scenery and abundant marine life. Visitors have a wealth of sailing excursions from which to choose, as well as private charters for group events.

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Surfing

Known as the Hawaii of the Atlantic, Madeira features optical surfing conditions, thanks to its swells from the North Atlantic and variety of waves from point breaks to reef breaks. The waves are generated by the archipelago’s rugged coast, and the

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Old Town Funchal

Graced by cobblestone streets, buildings dating back to the 15th century, and a variety of shops, bars, and restaurants, Old Town Funchal serves as one of Madeira's most popular destinations. Dining in Old Town Funchal is among the area’s best

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Carnival

Held in late February every year, Madeira's Carnival is a festive event deep-rooted in local culture. During Carnival, visitors can experience its vibrant float parade in the center of Funchal, as well as immerse themselves in street performer acts,

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Flower Festival

A tribute to spring, Madeira's annual Flower Festival held after Easter celebrates the many flowers that can grow on the archipelago, thanks to its climate that accommodates species from tropical and cold regions. The festival kicks off with a

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Gavião Novo

Nestled in one of the busiest streets in Old Town Funchal, Gavião Novo is a relaxed traditional Madeiran eatery known for its stone interior and fresh-catch seafood selections. Gavião Novo is open daily from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm.

Taberna Ruel

An Old Town Funchal eatery, Taberna Ruel showcases fresh local ingredients in its Madeiran and Portuguese fare, carefully paired with Portuguese wines. Taberna Ruel is open daily from noon to 11:00 pm. Guests may dine along the vibrant exterior

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Londres

Found in the busy Rua de Carreira district of Funchal, Londres is a well-respected traditional Madeiran restaurant serving regional specialties. A popular spot for residents and visitors, Londres is open for lunch Monday through Saturday from 11:45

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