24 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Madeira Island

Madeira Island is Europe’s hidden gem you simply have to visit. During our road trip we hiked through the clouds, tasted some of the best liquor and walked many colourful gardens. The best part? Although we headed there during the high-season, we had most places all to ourselves! I don’t believe it’s going to stay like this much longer, so hurry up and fly there while it’s still very authentic!

Here are some photos to help encourage you to purchase that plane ticket and explore one of the most beautiful islands.

Red rocks at Ponta de São Lourenço.

The southern side of the island.

Natural pools at Porto Moniz.

Hiking from Pico do Arieiro to Pico Ruivo.

Cliff watching at Garajau while applying some aloe vera to our sunburns.

Photogenic Caniçal.

Fajã dos Padres. Until 1984, when the funicular was added, you could only access it by the sea.

Levada Nova on a rainy morning.

One of the most unique sunset spots we accidentally found on our way to Porto Moniz.

Natural pools right by the ocean in Porto Moniz.

Beautiful Caniçal.

Preparing Funchal for the Flower Fest.

The north coast of Madeira.

Visiting botanical gardens in Funchal.

Sunsets on this island are truly special.

Trying all types of passion fruit.

Taking a rest at Ponta do Buraco.

Tropical gardens.

An evening view over Sao Jorge.

Early morning drive through Ribeiro Frio.

Nuns’ Valley.

Admiring the nature at Garajau.

Breath-taking views at Camara de Lobos.

The capital of Madeira – Funchal.

Our detailed itinerary will be published in the upcoming weeks.

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