Built as a mountain shelter for the rising numbers of tourists in the early 20th century, this building is now a place to experience memory and tradition.
On the north coast, the church of the São Jorge parish stands as one of the prime examples of the baroque style in Madeira.
Not only did Rua Conde Carvalhal served as a gateway to the city, for decades, this street was also where many of the island’s most influential families lived.
One of Madeira’s oldest buildings still stands tall in the birthplace of Funchal.
Average real estate prices in Madeira are more attractive than Lisbon and the Algarve.
A place of government, the São Lourenço Palace stands out of the city landscape of Funchal.