Madeira is a small beautiful island near the west african coast with fabulous nature. It will you astonish with preserved laurel and eucalyptus forests covering the steep hills, with volcanic peaks offering an amazing panoramic views or many waterfalls, wild hydrangeas, sterilizes and hibiscus along the roads.
5 travel tips for your vacation on Madeira:
- Get refreshed with the waterfalls – experience the beauty of local nature through spectacular footpaths and “levadas” and get rewarded by calming sound of running water
- Visit the hidden villages in the steep-sided valleys and discover the secret of chestnut soup, cakes and liqueurs
- Climb above the clouds – walk the famous volcanic peaks and admire the breathtaking panoramic views
- Smell the life – admire the beauty of wild hydrangeas, sterilizes and hibiscus along the roads or in the botanical gardens
- Taste it! – you definitely need to taste the local fish “espada” or if you are meat lover then unique “espetada.” And don’t forget the wine.
- Bonus tip: If you are the comfort lovers, built your base in Funchal and discover the island by bus or rent a car. You can enjoy the large choice of restaurants and bars in the evening.
How to get the guide?
It’s very simple:
- Download FREE application Fripito in AppStore or GooglePlay
- Choose “Madeira” guide
- Purchase it through AppStore or GooglePlay and download the guide to your device.
About author: Irma Brezina
Irma is an insatiable traveler with a knack for languages and endless curiosity about culture and local customs. She has spent almost 15 years with Air France/KLM, visiting many exotic places and countries. Among her favorites are Australia, Tahiti, Mexico, the US national parks and global urban gems including Paris, San Francisco and New York. Her one yet unfulfilled dream is to visit Japan.
Although Irma is a graduate of evening photography courses, she is more intuitive photographer. She relies more on her instincts when it comes to light and atmosphere than equipment and takes pictures with everything she gets her hands on, from smart phone to a point and shoot and digital SLR. She likes portraits, street life and unusual details.
She has recently left the security of a marketing department of a major corporation to dedicate all her time to what she is passionate about – Fripito. In addition to fulfilling her life-long dream of working with a close knit group of people doing something meaningful, she gets to expand her knowledge and photographic skills.