Sun, beach, Nature and tradition
Exploring Madeira's west coast of is having the opportunity of discovering natural sceneries of great beauty, almost always punctuated by the unavoidable presence of the sea and the sun.
This is considered the sunniest region of the island, offering visitors countless points of interest that combine their heavenly contours with Madeira's centuries-old traditions.
The characteristics of this area are attractive for bathers, who can enjoy beaches and bathing complexes with excellent conditions, and for water sports enthusiasts, who can enjoy excellent access to the sea and an inviting water temperature all year round.
Furthermore, the privileged climate of Madeira's west coast is crucial to the fertility of its soils. Some of the regional gastronomy's most outstanding products are grown here, such as sweet potatoes, sugar cane, the famous banana and other exotic fruits. Madeira's west coast is made up of three municipalities: Ribeira Brava, Ponta do Sol and Calheta.
These include several picturesque cities and towns, which are home to a valuable historical, architectural and traditional heritage. Come and explore the corners of this region!
Madeira's west coast is considered the sunniest part of the island. It's an area widely sought after by those who love the sea and nature, but also Madeira's century-old traditions.