As it is an archipelago, its gastronomy is heavily influenced by the sea, where seafood and fresh fish predominate. Be sure to try its octopus prepared in different ways, swordfish fillets and tuna salpresado.
Octopus and fresh fish are some of its specialties.
One of their meat specialties is the veal skewer. This skewer is accompanied with the famous bolo-do-caco, which is garlic butter, and fried corn. Another delight is its wine with designation of origin, a wine with character that is usually taken with desserts or as an aperitif.
In the center of Funchal there are numerous nightclubs to go out, although it is true that they are mainly reserved for the weekend. It highlights the Casino de Madeira, where every day crowds of travelers gather to enjoy a playful time.
It also highlights Porto Santo.
Porto Santo also stands out. In summer, it fills with visitors who occupy its beautiful streets throughout the week. Penedo do Sono is the most attractive area, as it has many bars with terraces around the beach.
One of its most important festivities is New Year's Eve, which begins in October. Its streets are filled with colorful lights and flowers, and there is no shortage of cultural activities and musical shows.
The Carnival is also famous in Madeira.
Madeira is also famous for its Carnival. It is very similar to that of Rio de Janeiro, with costumed troupes parading through the streets to the rhythm of music. In addition, it has impressive floats as in Brazil.
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most in-demand accommodations in Madeira are apartment rental and house rentals. With 1,810 offers in Madeira, we always find the perfect accommodation for you.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
Prices start at just €39 per night. Most house rentals in Madeira are 161 m² and apartment rental are 84 m².
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We can help you find accommodations in Madeira for a group. On average, the apartment rental has space for 4 guests.