All Inclusive Madeira with Choice of 4* Hotels & Flights £199 each
All Inclusive Madeira with Flights £199 each
Check out this fab holiday over at Groupon for a beautiful trip to Madeira with return flights and 4* all inclusive hotel from just £199 each !!
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Boasting a beachfront location on the southern coast of Madeira, The Savoy Calheta Beach invites holidaymakers to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and indulge in a four star retreat. Guests can soak up the sun on the sandy beach, take a refreshing dip in the pool, make most of the on-site fitness facilities, or enjoy a leisurely stroll around the nearby marina. The air-conditioned rooms boast wooden furnishings and come complete with minibars, satellite TVs, and bathrooms with hairdryers. The on-site restaurants serve up an array of buffet and a la carte dishes, while a tipple or two can be enjoyed at the hotel’s bar boasting scenic views of the beach and the promenade.
Perched atop the cliffs of Ponta Delgada, the four star Monte Mar Palace boasts picture-perfect views of the Atlantic Ocean, on-site swimming pool, and a golf training area. Guests can take leisurely strolls around the local indigenous forests, visit the nearby caves of São Vicente and unwind in en suite rooms with air-conditioning and TVs. Appetites can be satisfied at the restaurant tempting the senses with local and international specialities, while the well stock bar keeps thirsts under control.
Known as the Purple Island, Madeira is famous for its flower festivals, diverse landscapes and the Madeira Wine. Benefiting from a mild climate all year round, the island creates a setting of endless spring from which it draws its other nickname of the floating garden in the Atlantic.
The island offers a diverse setting composed of deep valleys covered in luxuriant forests, steep cliffs and sunny bays. Ardent fishers may head to the vast blue and try out some big game fishing, while water sports enthusiasts may go on surfing, sailing and canoeing along the rocky coast.
Famed for its carnivals, the capital city organizes the Singing of the Kings, a traditional Madeiran festival which takes place in January, usually celebrated on the 12th night after Christmas in an atmosphere filled with carols and songs. With a tradition dating back over 50 years taking place every February, the Festa dos Compadres offers a view into the island’s traditions and cultural habits through a parade that takes place in the tropical village of Santana, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Competing in fame and glimmering parades with Rio de Janeiro, the main Madeira Carnival stands for one of the biggest parties in Europe. With elaborate samba dances, colourful costumes and joyful music in the air, the carnival starts in March, marking the beginning of spring on the island.