Cosy apartment with one bedroom, one sofa-bed, one bathroom up to 4 px, ideally located near and in front of the sea, with two balconies with great views, close to all amenities (restaurants, pubs, shopping centre, supermarket, etc).
Fully equipped and comfortable, excellently located for guests who don't want to drive to visit everything the city offers, at a short walking distance from the municipal pools (Lido and Ponta Gorda). Also Doca do Cavacas a litle swimimg pool on the sea and a fantastic restaurant built in the sea rocks.
The centre of Funchal is only 10 minutes (by car or bus) away. The bus stop is in front of the building.
If you need any help to transfer you from airport to apartment, we can provide that too.
For any extra information you can contact me or visit my website listed below
Madeira Island: A Portuguese island of volcanic origin situated in the Atlantic Ocean, Madeira has long been a popular year-round resort, noted for its natural beauty, sub-tropical climate, Madeira wine, unique flora and fauna, embroidery, and its New Year's Eve celebrations, featuring a spectacular fireworks show generally considered to be the largest in the world. Its sister island Porto Santo has a stunning 9km beach and a superb golf course.
Where is it: Approximately 600 km off the coast of Morocco and 1000km from Lisbon, the islands of the Madeira archipelago are situated just north of the Canaries.
Where to go: : Funchal – the capital, with an historic 18th century core, cathedral, marina, museums and an imposing central square.
Monte – for panoramic views. Ride up on the rack and pinion railway and down on the toboggan.
Machico – Madeira’s second largest town: see the Igreja Matriz and the Capela dos Milagres.
Santana – thatched triangular houses.
Ribeiro Frio – beauty spot with trout stream and gardens.
Sao Vicente – volcanic caves and Volcanism Centre.
Porto Moniz – natural rock pools.
Canico – diving.
Camara de Lobos – fishing village beloved by Winston Churchill.
Pico Ruivo – Madeira’s highest mountain.
Ponta Sao Lourenco - fantastic combination of rocks, sea and nature.
Santo da Serra – animal park and village market.
Cabo Girao - the second highest cliff face in the world.
Porto Santo – Madeira’s neighbouring island, for beaches, golf and the house of Christopher Columbus.
What to see:: From the historical monuments, squares and streets of the capital Funchal to enchanting parks and gardens, picturesque villages, amazing landscapes, impressive volcanic caves, rugged coastlines, beautiful natural beaches and breathtaking views, Madeira is an incredibly diverse island for its size. Not to be missed are the laurisilva forests on the northern slopes of Madeira island, designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Madeira has museums dedicated to many subjects and aspects of its history, including religious and contemporary art, wine, embroidery, sugar and Christopher Columbus, together with several heritage centres and themed attractions. These include the Madeira Story Centre, which tells the history and development of the islands; the Madeira Theme Park, with a range of unusual attractions and the opportunity to tackle adventure sports such as bungee jumping and wall climbing; and The Blandy Wine Lodge for everything you ever wanted to know about Madeira’s wines