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Madeira Region, Portugal

Madeira is one of the oldest and most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Madeira is a part of the Portugal Republic. The island is controlled by the Portuguese government for more than 500 years.
Madeira Island is visited regularly by tourists from all over the world.

Location of Madeira
The island is located on the eastern Atlantic Ocean on the south-western side of mainland Portugal. The region is situated beside the coast of Africa.

Weather of Madeira
The island offers a very pleasant climatic condition throughout the year, which makes it a very popular holiday destination. The weather here is never very hot or very cold. The maximum temperature of the island is nearly 33°C and the minimum temperature is 4°C. a very little amount of rainfall occur in the island.

Tourist Attractions in Madeira

The island of Madeira inspite of its small size offer huge variety of tourist attractions located throughout the island including historical monuments, amazing volcanic caves, picturesque villages, natural beaches and many more.
  • Churches of Madeira - Se Cathedral, Convento de Santa Clara, Capela de Nossa, English Church and all.
  • Museums - Madeira Story Centre, City's Museum, Contemporary Art Museum, Sacred Art Museum and all.
  • Sao Vicente is the location where the very famous volcanic cave is situated. This along with the Volcanism Centre is a very popular tourist attraction of the island.
  • Lido promenade is a coastal pathway in the Funchal area, offering widespread leisure zones and outstanding facilities for the visitors.
Apart from these tourist destinations, Madeira offers several breathtaking views of mountain and sea. Several beautiful gardens and parks are also located here.

Madeira is an ideal holiday destination for the tourist looking for a peaceful environment with exotic scenic beauty and a lot of activity, to spend a perfect holiday with families and friends.

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