Red Day in Madeira: A Day of Solidarity and Sharing

At Keller Williams, every year we set aside a special day – the second Thursday of May – and close Market Centers worldwide, dedicating this precious day to giving back to society what it gives us so much. This day is known as Red Day. This year, on May 9th, here in Madeira, we embraced this initiative with enthusiasm and dedication, dividing our consultants into teams to work on various...

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Living in Madeira: Luxury All Around You

When it comes to luxury, many think it can only be acquired with money. Shopping, hotels, exclusive destinations... However, increasingly, luxury is found in the small things in life that not everyone is able to savor, for various reasons. Imagine waking up every morning with the sun peeking through the curtains, the fresh smell of the ocean invading your room, and the gentle sound of waves crashing...

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Exploring Easter Traditions on Madeira Island

Madeira Island, a paradise in the middle of the Atlantic, is famous for its stunning natural beauty, rich culture and unique traditions. And when it comes to celebrating Easter, this enchanting island doesn't disappoint. From religious events to folklore rituals and games with family and friends, Easter on Madeira Island is a special experience full of history.   The religious meaning: A time for...

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Carnival Madeira: A Culturally Exuberant Festival

Carnival Madeira is more than just a celebration; it's an explosion of colors, vibrant rhythms and deep-rooted traditions. The island, known for its stunning landscapes and mild climate, comes alive in a unique way during this festival. With an irresistible mix of modern festivities and folkloric traditions, Madeira Carnival is an experience that captures both visitors and locals. The roots of Carnival...

Boat Tours Madeira

A boat trip to the Desertas Islands, which are part of a sub-archipelago of Madeira. They are classified as a Nature Reserve and are a nesting point for several species of seabirds unique to this region of the Atlantic. It's a memorable trip that takes us back to the age of discovery, with the mystique of true navigators encountering the unknown. The Desertas Islands are divided into three: Ilhéu...

Madeira Spas

The archipelago is much more than just a vacation destination. In this enchanting territory that is home to superb natural beauty, waterfalls, plants and animals that are unique in the world, you are sure to free your mind and renew your energy. Madeira offers many options for relaxation. Massages with essential oils or a seaweed mask are fantastic. If you like, try the sauna, Turkish bath or jacuzzi....

Madeira restaurants

Madeira Island, especially in the city of Funchal, offers a wide variety of restaurants that reflect the rich local cuisine, as well as international options. Here are some suggestions of the types of restaurants and typical dishes you can find in the region: Traditional Madeiran Food Restaurants: Try dishes such as espetada (seasoned beef grilled on laurel skewers), bolo do caco (a typical Madeira...

Golf on Madeira

Madeira is a golf destination par excellence. The tradition of this sport on the island dates back to 1937, when the Englishmen Miles, Leacock and Blandy built the first nine-hole golf course. Thanks to the excellent year-round climate, this sport has grown and consolidated itself, to the point where the two islands that make up the archipelago have three magnificent golf courses that have attracted...

Cristo Rei Madeira

Ponta do Garajau is a promontory on the south coast of the island of Madeira, about 8 km from the capital and above the Garajau nature reserve, in Caniço - Santa Cruz. This viewpoint is located next to the statue of Cristo Rei. It offers a fabulous panoramic view over Funchal, the Desertas Islands, the Reis Magos and Galo beaches. Near the monument, there is a descent whose path is believed by the...

Levadas walks madeira

Madeira really does offer a unique experience for nature lovers, especially those who enjoy hiking along its famous levadas. These irrigation channels provide not only a vital source of water for agriculture, but also spectacular trails that cross incredible landscapes. However, as mentioned, it is essential to take the necessary precautions when exploring these levadas to ensure safety during the...

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