Where to stay around Madeira Region?

Our 2018 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 2,456 holiday lettings near Madeira Region. From 1,074 Studios to 1,059 Condos/Apartments, find the best place to stay with your family and friends to discover Madeira Region area.

What are the most popular destinations to visit in Madeira Region?

There are many lovely places to stay for a long holiday or just a weekend break in Madeira Region. From HomeAway travellers, the popular destinations to visit are:

  • Funchal: 1,592 holiday homes
  • Madeira Congress Center: 2,338 holiday homes
  • Madeira Casino: 2,306 holiday homes
  • Municipality of Calheta: 738 holiday homes
  • Funchal Marina: 2,308 holiday homes

HomeAway offers you the possibility to discover many other popular destinations in Madeira Region! Please use our search bar to access the selection of self catering accommodations available in other popular destinations.

What are the main cities to discover in Madeira Region?

Whether you are travelling solo or with family and friends, here are the cities in Madeira Region with the largest selection of holiday lettings for a perfect city break:

  • Funchal: 1,592 holiday lettings
  • Arco Da Calheta: 1,057 holiday lettings
  • Caniço: 1,310 holiday lettings
  • Ponta Do Sol: 1,489 holiday lettings
  • Santa Cruz: 1,272 holiday lettings

For other cities, please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday homes available.

What are the most popular points of interest and landmarks to stay near in Madeira Region?

HomeAway offers a large selection of holiday lettings near great places to visit in Madeira Region. From HomeAway travellers, the top popular points of interest to stay for a holiday trip or just for a weekend are:

  • Madeira Congress Center: 2,338 holiday rentals
  • Madeira Casino: 2,306 holiday rentals
  • Funchal Marina: 2,308 holiday rentals
  • Madeira Stadium: 2,235 holiday rentals
  • Madeira Theme Park: 2,296 holiday rentals

But there are many other points of interest around Madeira Region listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Just write your wanted destination in our search bar and have a look at our selection of holiday accommodations.

Majestic Madeira

Little more than a pinprick on the map, Madeira certainly isn't humble when you see it for yourself. It hulks from the Atlantic Ocean like some petrified giant, a mass of black-rock volcanic stone and verdant rainforest that's set to take the breath away. Together, the isles of Madeira, Porto Santo and Desertas form the archipelago, packing in football-mad cities like Funchal, world-class golf courses, misty botanical gardens, rustic Portuguese tavernas – the list goes on. Seek out your Madeira holiday rentals to get a poolside view of this handsome, ocean-ringed getaway this year.

Adventures of all sorts on Madeira

Madeira's ethereal landscapes of mist-gathering volcanos and forested valleys are a veritable playground for those who like an adventure. Some will hit the hair-pinning roads on a motorbike or 4 wheels for a montage of banana farms and sweeping Atlantic views. Others will pull on the walking boots to conquer the rugged trails of Ponta de Sao Lourenco or Bica da Cana, where waxy orchids and unforgettable panoramas unfold. Others will seek out Madeira holiday rentals by the sea, whiling away days on kayaks or with scuba gear to spot octopi and dolphins and more.

Madeira's other culture

Madeira might just be the most football-mad place in all of Portugal. That might sound like a tall order, but this is the home of one Cristiano Ronaldo, after all. You can now unravel the rise of the island's own megastar at the shiny Museu CR7 in Funchal. Trophies, 100s of them, sports kits, sculptures and all sorts of footie paraphernalia help to chronicle his glorious goal-scoring career. Nearby, the Jardim Botanico is for those less soccer-inclined. It's got multicoloured orchids and palms and curious plants of all shapes and hues.

Hot times in Madeira

Fold up the swimming shorts and tropical shirts if you're heading to Madeira in the summer months that begin with June and end with September – those are the hottest times of all. You can expect regular highs nearing 30 then, often with the edge taken off courtesy of the ocean breezes. Trips in winter mean swapping booming crowds in popular towns like Funchal and Estreito da Calheta for lower temperatures more suited to hiking. What's more, seeking out Madeira holiday rentals between November and March promises to leave plenty of euros for those local seafood smorgasbords.

Madeira's mighty peaks

It's the mountains that give Madeira its striking outline. Soaring to almost 2,000 metres above sea level with the cloud-piercing summit of Pico Ruivo, the islands are actually the tip of a colossal underwater volcano. Losing altitude means passing through a ring of lush laurel forests that suck in moisture from the regular sea fogs, growing moss-green and verdant above the ocean. Along the coast is where the black-stone ridges mingle with the Atlantic, forming salt-washed cliffs and the occasional beachfront, all encompassed by dolphin-peppered waves and the dramatic reserves of the Ponta de Sao Lourenco.