Ilha da Madeira Tour - 4 Days

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Ilha da Madeira Tour – 4 Days

36 hours

Tour Description

Madeira Island is the main island of the Madeira archipelago, located in the Atlantic Ocean, southwest of the Portuguese coast.

Together with Porto Santo, Desertas and Selvagens Islands, it constitutes the archipelago of Madeira and the Autonomous Region of Madeira, whose capital city is Funchal.

The island of Madeira is volcanic in origin and has extensive endemic, native and exotic flora. The region’s economy is largely geared towards tourism.

Departure from Lisbon by TAP or Ryanair the night before the 1st day of the tour.

If you need a certified Tourist Guide please ask us for a quote

  • 1º Day

    Transfer from your Lisbon Accommodation to the Airport and from the Airport to your Accommodation in Madeira Island.


    City tour of Funchal and Dolphin and Whale Watching on Catamaran over 3H.

  • 2º Day

    Madeira Island Tour - Caniço, Santa Cruz, Machico, Ponta de São Lourenço, Porto da Cruz, Faial and Santana.

  • 3º Day

    Madeira Island Tour - Câmara de Lobos, Pico do Areeiro, Curral das Freiras, Ribeira Brava, Ponta do Sol, Calheta and Porto Moniz.

  • 4º Day

    Transfer from the Hotel or Apartment to the airport (if the flight is in the morning). If the flight is at night, we will make a visit to a Levada and remaining day free + Transfer from your accommodation in Madeira Island to the airport and upon arrival in Lisbon, transfer from the airport to your accommodation in Lisbon.

When it comes to accommodation, lunches, dinners, airline tickets and paying places, the Tours4Lisbon team can organize an all-inclusive tour package.

Place of departure

Any point in Lisbon

Time of Departure

8 am

The price includes
  • Transport in a tourist vehicle

  • Driver certified by the Tourism of Portugal

  • Tolls

  • 33cl water

The price excludes
  • Entrance fees to monuments

  • Food

  • Overnight stay (where applicable)

  • Paid recreational activities


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