Why choose Madeira Island?
This island retains a natural heritage of great value
The island of Madeira has a surface area of 459 square miles (741 km2).
The Madeira Nature Reserve was created in 1982 in order to preserve a huge natural heritage, which is part of the world's heritage and includes some species in danger of extinction, as well as some high quality human habitats. It has been classified as Bioenergetic Reserve and it contains flora and fauna unique in the whole world.