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Holiday Letting Price Information in Madeira
We summarised price information data in the above graph to give you more insights into prices in Madeira. Madeira is most expensive in December (21/12 - 28/12), when prices are on average £65 a night. Prices decrease in January to an average of £55 per night (11/01 - 18/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Madeira
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Madeira (in %). The week with the highest booking rate is in February (16/02 - 23/02). Only 68 of the rentals are still available. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in October (19/10 - 26/10).
The Weather in Madeira
Here is our climate diagram for Madeira. During August, maximum temperatures climb above 27°. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is August, while the driest month is June.
Have your cake and eat it too with a holiday cottage in Madeira
Welcome to Madeira where your ideal holiday apartment is situated in a mountain paradise of verdant countryside and equally vibrant cultural life. Nature lovers will dive into the diverse landscapes, characterised by leafy escarpments and sandy beaches, while city lovers can immerse themselves in the vibrant sights, sounds and scents of atmospheric Madeira.
Have your cake and eat it too
Known internationally for its crumbly but delicious Madeira cake and sweet Madeiran wine, this island is full of flavour. The island is home to a number of vinyards and wineries, many of which produce full bodied, rich reds and delicate whites. Head to Madeira's bustling Mercado dos Lavradores for some local colour and aromatic cuisine. In this art deco haven constructed by Edmundo Tavares you will discover a slice of modern city life.
Getting away from it all in Madeira
Madeira's Pico do Ariero is the perfect destination for a day trip to the Madeiran mountains. From the summit you will be able to see the azure seas that surround the island. Less intrepid travellers enjoy the view from a sophisticated cable car. In the summer the flowers strewn across the gardens of Palheiro and the Botanical Gardens provide a vibrant contrat with the deep blue Madeiran sky.
Explore the many charms of the historic island
Pico do Arieiro
Visit the third highest peak in Madeira, a verdant location which is perfect for hiking and cycling on your Madeiran getaway. At 1818m, the peak is high enough to exude drama while being manageable for less intrepid and experienced explorers.
Previously only accessible by boat, this craggy cliff face is lined with terraced fields and blessed with superb three hundred and sixty degree views. Recently a cable car has been installed and you can test your mettle by standing on its glass floor.
Ponta de Sao Lourenco
A fantastic and unusual landscape, this naturally occuring bridge across the sea is also a protected nature reserve. Jutting out into the ocean, the Ponta takes about three hours to traverse and is an unforgettable natural wonder with plenty of unusual flora and fauna to grab your attention as you pass by.
Monte Palace Tropical Garden
A grand collection of tropical plants, this garden encompasses lakes, ponds and exotic birdlife, including peacocks and black swans sourced from New Zealand. Nestled at its centre is a museum space where you will find an impressive mineral collection.
Santa Catarina Park
Located directly above the port, this is a popular lookout offers splendid views and facilities for children. The park overlooks the bay of Furchal and has a cafe and two old machines which were once used to crush grapes.
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