Due to the fact the islands are considered to be the land of eternal spring, the climate can’t be divided into seasons, therefore, monthly temperatures don’t change significantly. Daytime temperatures range from 20°C in the period from November to May, to 25°C at the time between August and September. The lows can be 14°C from December to May and around 18°C from June to October.
Precipitation amounts 600 millimeters yearly and the bulk of rainfalls occur at the period with the lowest temperatures. Thus, January is the wettest month, with the precipitation amount of 105 millimeters, and July, with 3 millimeters of rainfall is the driest month.
Madeira is a beautiful island in the Atlantic Ocean with a rich history. This place has special vibes, which is emphasized by colorful and exotic flora of local parks and gardens. Numerous markets enliven the city and attract visitors with ripe and fresh fruit and vegetables.
The extensively incredible choice of local dishes allows tourists to taste something new every day, however, some of them are absolutely must-try options. This list includes Espetada Madeirense, Limpets, Prego no Bolo do Caco, Cracas, Truta, and Bife de Atum.
The process of choosing the apartment mostly depends on money, thus, in case you have a tight budget, your options are Hotel do Carmo, Hotel Orquidea, or Hotel Madeira. If you want to organize a luxury holiday, book a room in Belmond Reid’s Palace, Quinta da Casa Branca, or Quintinha Sao Joao.
Wander the Old Town of the capital to enjoy an authentic atmosphere of the city and attend Jardim Botânico or Museu da Quinta das Cruzes to know something new about Madeira. Then, go to watch whales and dolphins with the catamaran cruise from Funchal, or visit Jardim Tropical Monte Palace.
Tags: Madeira, Portugal, weather, forecast, temperature, climate, precipitation, island, beach, accommodations, resort, food, restaurant, attractions, mountains, atmosphere
License: For copying and reprinting of materials the references to the website are obligatory.
Pictures used in post taken from: Unsplash, Pexels