Madeira was once said to be for the Newly Weds or the Nearly Deads, but not anymore. With a wide range of sporting activities as well as the levada walks, sightseeing and stunning gardens, Madeira has something for everyone. A growing number of younger visitors are coming to explore its beauty.
It boasts a truly amazing all-round climate, with a huge variety of trees, shrubs, bushes and of course an endless supply of flowers. The Laurissilva forest in Madeira is one of the largest in the world, covering 22,000 hectares and is a truly wonderful place to be in the peace and quite of nature, where you can walk along the unique irrigation channels, the LEVADAS.
A lot of people ask me where is a nice place to stay on the island, so I have a personal selection of Gay Friendly Hotels, B&Bs and Apartments for you to choose from. Any other suggestions are welcome.