Isla de Madeira
Los paisajes y pueblos pintorescos, la animación de Funchal, la aventura de "Levadas" y el vino de Madeira son algunos de los ingredientes que usted encontrará durante su estancia en los hoteles en Madeira. La isla atrae a miles de personas para eventos como el Festival de las Flores en la primavera y la fiesta de Fin de Año con el mayor espectáculo de fuegos artificiales en el mundo.
El Grupo Pestana tiene 10 hoteles en Madeira, 9 hoteles en Funchal y un hotel en Porto Santo, donde se puede disfrutar de fantásticas playas.
Monumentos y Puntos de Interés
Take advantage of your visit to Madeira to go on excursions of the island, to go whales watching and dolphins too, to take a dive in crystal clear waters and to check out the fantastic views in a cable car ride.
Enjoy the travel deals available at the Pestana Group hotels in Madeira.
Places to visit on the island of Madeira:
Cable Car Monte
São Vicente Grottos
Monte Palace Gardens
Madeira Story Centre
New Year's fireworks Show
What to do in Madeira:
The two islands with mild weather, have the ideal climate for golfing all year round. There are two golf courses on the island of Madeira and a golf course in Porto Santo.
Madeira Island Tours
scenic walks along the Traditional Irrigation Channels of Madeira
4 x 4
Madeira Casino, with daily entertainment, live music, international concerts, modern slot machines, electronic roulette, Bench Game, Black Jack tables, Roulette, Texas Hold'em Poker, Restaurants, Bars and Nightclubs.
SPA and wellbeing, Health Club and Gymnasium. The Magic Health Club in partnership with Technogym - The Wellness Company, a world leader in the design of exercise equipment for gyms, offers you a fully equipped modern space for physical exercise.
Beaches in Porto Santo
For those who want the nightlife, there are numerous bars, discos and nightclubs that are open almost all night.
To enjoy all this, the Pestana Group offers you the possibility of choosing one of the best hotels in Madeira, from ten managed by the Group.
Sabores da Ilha da Maderia
In Madeira and Porto Santo there are restaurants for all tastes. In the restaurants you will be offered caco cake (a cake baked on a plate) with garlic butter or grilled limpets, served with lots of garlic and lemon juice.
Other specialties include tomato and onion soup served with a poached egg, wheat soup and ‘açorda’, (bread soup) a dish made with bread, garlic and poached egg.
The most famous traditional meat dishes of Madeira are kebabs, and beef with wine and garlic. Meat dishes are usually accompanied by fried corn, carrots, green beans and sweet potatoes.
Fish is present in the most traditional dishes of the island. Tuna, cod, squid and skipjack are some of the fish mostly served in local restaurants.
Regional desserts include cheese-cakes (cakes made of cheese, eggs and sugar), honey cakes (one of the oldest desserts of Madeira) and passion fruit pudding.
Also famous is the Madeira wine, as well as the punch (white rum, honey, lemon juice).
Funchal Airport is 16 km from the city centre. Daily connections by air between Funchal and Porto Santo.
Lisbon - Madeira - Lisbon: Direct connections TAP and EasyJet (low prices).
Lisbon - Porto Santo - Lisbon: Direct connections operated by TAP.
Porto - Madeira - Porto: Direct connections TAP.
Faro: There are no direct flights to Madeira.
There is a paid shuttle service in Funchal (Aero-bus) from the Airport to Praia Formosa. The course lasts 45 minutes and takes around 20 minutes to arrive at the city center.
Madeira has 4 ports for small and medium-sized vessels and cruise liners. Daily connections by boat / ferry between Funchal and Porto Santo.