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Nothing to do is to be everything

Article about Porto Santo written by Marian Nissink The island of Porto Santo is about two hours by ferry from Madeira. There is nothing to do here. There is one supermarket and there are a few terraces that only open when the manager himself feels like it. You do not Read more…

By levadeiro, ago
Blog

Is Madeira in the EU?

Many people ask themselves or Google if Madeira is in the EU and the answer is … YES! Madeira is an autonomous region of Portugal and therefore part of the European Union (EU) and the currency is the Euro. The archipelago, discovered by the Portuguese in 1418, is made up Read more…

By Madeiraful Editor, ago
Golf

Madeira Islands Golf

The Madeira Islands with their eternal spring are the perfect golf destination all year round. Two different islands, three magnificent golf courses and a wide range of accommodation, leisure and wellness for all golfers. Their golfing tradition goes back to 1937, when three British men, Miles, Leacock and Blandy, built Read more…

By levadeiro, ago
PortoSanto

Porto Santo

Porto Santo is just one long (white) sandy beach .... with a bit of an island attached to it. It is part of the Madeira archipelago and the island does not resemble to its big sister island Madeira. Travel Channel has published a amusing short video about Porto Santo (thanks to Der for the mention in his blog). A few remarkable remarks (hehe) are done in this video .... (more…)

By levadeiro, ago