If you go by stereotypes, you might be inclined to think that the island of Madeira is one of the more sedate ones on our planet. However, a quick glance over the roster of events lined up in September and you’ll find a very different picture painted.
The Portuguese island of Madeira has managed to amass quite the collection of aliases – The Floating Garden, Pearl of the Atlantic, The Island of Eternal Spring – and it won’t take long for you to see just how apt they are once you arrive on this Mediterranean wonder.
As competition goes, choosing between the beaches on Madeira or in the Algarve, it doesn’t get more difficult or rewarding.
Later this month it is National Men’s Health Week and perhaps an ideal time for a relaxing holiday to recharge the batteries. One of the best ways to do this is by releasing the tension, unknotting the muscles and letting someone pamper you.
There is much to praise the island of Madeira for. However, we’ve managed to squeeze in these five to get you fired up about a place that’s popular all year round with families, couples, and travellers alike. A cheap holiday to Madeira has a lot to offer.
The answer is Madeira. The island just off the coast of Portugal has recently been crowned the wealthiest region in the country by the Spanish National Statistics Institute (INE).