Tripmadeira: Be Part of the Adventure!
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Places to Go

Madeira is one of the best places to go to mix warm weather, hiking expeditions, trendy beaches and even hidden natural wonders.
This might take more than one trip...

 
Places To Go

Funchal

The name of Funchal derives from Foeniculum vulgare plant, the fennel plant. Despite the abundance of fennel it was the sugar that provided the development of a sustainable economy in the city of Funchal and throughout the island.
Funchal
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Câmara de Lobos

Câmara de Lobos is an old-fashioned fishing village, the landscape of which was famously painted by Winston Churchill during the 1950s.
Câmara de Lobos
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Ribeira Brava

The municipality was founded in 1440 and became a town in 1928. In the past, it was one of Madeira's most economically developed municipalities, thanks to the cultivation of sugar cane.
Ribeira Brava
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Calheta

The meaning of Calheta derives from the small bay or cove, which serves as its port, where Zarco entered when he intended to go ashore.
Calheta
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Ponta do Sol

Ponta do Sol is known as the name implies "Sunny Point", the “Land of the Sun” as it´s privileged location allows for excellent sun exposure to the sea throughout the year.
Ponta do Sol
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Porto Moniz

Porto Moniz is famous for its beautiful natural swimming pools, surrounded by bizarre black lava rocks filled with crystal clear shallow sea water by the tide. Some of these pools are a favourite bathing place for the visitors.
Porto Moniz
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São Vicente

São Vicente is characterized by beautiful slopes, water and abundant forest, modelled by volcanic forces and erosion. A very representative symbol of São Vicente is the small chapel built and carved in a basalt rock in 1691, in the mouth of a stream that crosses the town.
São Vicente
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Santana

Santana is one of Madeira Islands most notable municipalities offering both breathtaking views and raw Madeiran culture. Owns its name from a chapel erected in honor of Santa Ana.
Santana
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Machico

Machico is the second most populated city on the Island and was the first capital of Madeira from 1440 to 1496. It was here in 1419, that Gonçalves Zarco and Tristão Vaz Teixeira disembarked, when they discovered Madeira.
Machico
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Santa Cruz

The municipality of Santa Cruz is the second oldest city of Madeira and whose area includes also the Desertas Islands, visible from the coast.
Santa Cruz
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Porto Santo

Porto Santo is a small island, with a beautiful 9km golden sandy beach, which is famous for its healing properties and an average temperature between 18 and 22 degrees.
Porto Santo