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Madeira Holidays All Inclusive 2024

The island of Madeira combines a whole range of activities, making it the perfect destination for an all inclusive holiday, where you can truly relax on a holiday on the beach or exploring the island, all whilst your food bills are taken care of.

Things to do in Madeira

Get out and explore the island on foot. The eastern part of Madeira is a nature reserve, and the volcano makes for a stunning landscape, as well as great views. The levadas – irrigation channels – run all over the island, and form a series of paths and trails that lead you through the island. Which is great for exploring the exotic and sub-tropical scenery, with an amazing variety of wildlife and plants it’s no wonder why Madeira has the nick name the floating garden. The botanical gardens in Madeira offer a calm, tranquil setting, and a chance to appreciate the beauty of the island, as well as its history.

The island is full of beautiful beaches, but Prainha is the only beach with natural black sand, as a result of the volcano. With Madeira’s warm oceans and Atlantic shores make it a haven for lots of great water activities, including sailing, whale & dolphin spotting, surfing and diving.

To find out more about Maderia, visit the Madeira Story Centre, which charts the islands history. Travel back in time with interactive exhibits, and explore the whole island. The capital, Funchal, is modern and lively, with designer boutiques, cafes, and a cosmopolitan atmosphere.

Madeira in the summer

Madeira’s temperate climate means it is the perfect place to visit all year round, but in the summer the island truly comes to life. From June to August there are a series of festival, celebrating everything from patron saints to great food! The Madeira Wine Rally in August is one of the most popular.

Beaches in Madeira

Madeira offers a different beach experience to your average sun-seeking holiday, so the perfect destination for a beach holiday with a difference! Whatever kind of beach you fancy, Maderia will have it somewhere along the coastline.
The natural sand is black and volcanic sand, and makes for a startling sight but the quality is still just as good! Or if its golden sand or nothing else, then never fear, as the island has it specially imported, so there are also plenty of golden beaches. As well a sandy beaches, there are some pebbled beaches, ideal for strolling along.

The crystal clear waters lend themselves perfectly for snorkelling, with plenty of exciting sea life to discover.
Take a trip to the island that has everything, and make sure you get the most out of your holiday by booking an all inclusive trip with easyJet. Flexible, affordable, and with everything taken care of before you jet out, it’s a completely stress-free holiday.

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