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Villa for 8 people, with pool and garden
8 pers., 3 bedrooms, 350m², 450m to the beach
4.4
10 reviews
São Gonçalo, Madeira

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£90
per night

Villa for 6 people, with pool and garden
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 220m², 250m to the beach
4.1
5 reviews
Ponta Delgada (Madeira), Madeira

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£76
per night

Villa for 10 people, with garden
4.4
1 review
Calheta, Madeira

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£55
per night

Villa for 8 people, with garden, child-friendly
4.9
11 reviews
Porto Santo, Madeira

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£72
per night

Villa for 6 people, with terrace and pool
4.7
9 reviews
Calheta, Madeira

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£166
per night

Villa for 8 people, with hot tub
5.0
1 review
Paul Do Mar, Madeira

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£99
per night

Villa for 6 people, with garden
Calheta, Madeira

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£53
per night

Villa for 8 people, with pool and terrace
8 pers., 4 bedrooms, 2.2km to the beach
Prazeres - Jardim do Mar, Madeira

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£157
per night

Villa for 8 people, with pool and garden
4.5
21 reviews
Prazeres - Jardim do Mar, Madeira

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£125
per night

Villa for 8 people, with terrace and pool
4.3
9 reviews
Prazeres - Jardim do Mar, Madeira

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£144
per night

Villa for 6 people, with garden and pool
4.6
2 reviews
Calheta, Madeira

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£117
per night

Villa for 7 people, with garden and pool
4.7
7 reviews
Calheta, Madeira

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£90
per night

Villa for 6 people, with pool
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 210m², 2.2km to the beach
Calheta, Madeira

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£108
per night

Villa for 6 people, with terrace and pool
4.0
1 review
Madeira

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£158
per night

Villa for 6 people, with garden
6 pers., 2 bedrooms, 142m², 3.6km to the beach
4.9
3 reviews
Funchal, Madeira

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£81
per night

Villa for 8 people, with balcony and pool
3.8
5 reviews
Prazeres - Jardim do Mar, Madeira

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£104
per night

Villa for 6 people, with garden and pool
3.8
1 review
Calheta, Madeira

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£106
per night

Villa for 8 people, with pool and garden as well as hot tub
Calheta, Madeira

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£198
per night

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Highlights in Madeira

  • Amazing and panoramic views from above
  • Lovely nature sights
  • Delicious gastronomy and wine
  • Great monuments and visits
  • Terrific boat tours

Most popular amenities for Villas in Madeira

Pool 850
Internet 2,164
Balcony/Terrace 1,857
TV 2,093
Air condition 633
Garden 813
Parking 1,964
Washing machine 1,987
Heating 1,126

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Villas in Madeira: Most popular destinations

Villas in Madeira

Fantastic villas close to the sea

Find a villa in Madeira close to the sea and the beaches. Find the perfect rental between the wide offer of fully equipped villas in the best areas, even at the beachfront. For secluded and quiet accommodation, you can go inland and the villas will be in quieter areas to enjoy a peaceful stay. Funchal is very handy in every aspect whereas Caniço is the most affordable option for those who travel on a tight budget. For families with children, the best area is Calheta. In Machico you will find an alternative atmosphere and Porto Moniz or São Vicente are the ideal spots for staying close to nature. The area of Ponta do Sol is a charming place to spend some time too.

Villas with swimming pool

Most villas on rental are ideal for families with children and groups of 3, 4, or 5 people. You can add one guest to the list if you have a furry friend to bring along as many of the villas are pet-friendly. These villas allow you to enjoy the sun, the sea, the view, the nature and the gastronomy of the island. Nice gardens and patios, swimming pool, resting areas and lots of amenities to make your stay a pleasant one. Traditional villas with white facades and coloured windows, lots of flowers decorating balconies and front walls and other modern ones, with stylish and chic decoration, modern art, open floor plans and lovely rooms, some of them, en suite.

Travellers and activities

Madeira for unique experiences seekers

If you are one of those looking for something different, exclusive and unique, your next destination is Madeira Island. Adventures and lots of outdoor exploring, hiking trails, cycle routes. The rugged and imposing cliffs and the beautiful pristine beaches will impress you and invite to explore them in the more active way you can think of. Besides the options above, you can also try the zip lines, rock climbing, cannons, gliding, diving or snorkelling.

Madeira for quiet holiday lovers

The island is not just a bunch of adrenaline-pumping activities, There is room for relaxation and calm stays as well. If you have been working a lot lately or just need to take some time off, heat to Madeira and leave the stress behind. Rent your accommodation and enjoy the sun, the beach and the medicinal sands, a good book or take pleasant naps after lunch to recharge your batteries completely. You will come back home so renovated.

Mentioning Madeira might be a bit tricky sometimes as it is the word to name three completely different things: an island, an archipelago and also an autonomous region of Portugal!

Top 7 travel tips in Madeira

1. Watch dolphins and whales

From Funchal they are daily trips in boats and catamarans that will take you to strategic points from where you will be likely to see whales and dolphins and some other fish. Most of this boat trips offer a combo and include the whale watching plus snorkelling or diving tours. This is an activity for all levels as the instructors will adapt to everybody’s skills and abilities.

2. Feel like floating in Cabo Girão

In the high cliff of Cabo Girão an impressive skywalk is perched on the edge of the cliff, with glass tiles on the floor, which give you a crystal clear view underneath your feet. If you are afraid of heights it is not advisable to go. Admire the ocean from the top of the cliff and feel like floating in the air. As you look down you will see a narrow strip of land and on the east side, great views of Funchal. Pump up your adrenaline!

3. Visit the most iconic monuments

Sea and nature are the major attraction of Madeira's tourist offer, but the truth is that the island also stands out for its history and its Cultural Heritage. If you enjoy this kind of tourism, do not miss the Palácio de São Lourenço, Sé Cathedral, Fortaleza do Pico, the Municipal Market two Lavradores, the Igreja do Colégio dos Jesuítas, the Convent of St. Clara or the Forte de São Tiago.

4. Get on the cable car

The cable car in Funchal is on the route of an antique steam railway line. The cable car, though, is a modern one that takes you up from Almirante Reis to the top of Monte, Funchal. For 15 minutes you will enjoy fabulous and panoramic views of the terraced mountainsides dotted with little white houses. From up there you will also enjoy views of the fabulous ocean in the distance. Enjoy a visit to the Monte Palace Tropical Garden or get into a basket toboggan at the top, where the staff in white outfits will show you the ride down the slope to get to centre Funchal.

5. Enjoy the culinary variety

One great and popular attraction is the gastronomy of the island. The recipes are connected to the sea and its goods. Simple but tasty recipes that always delight even the most discerning clients. Octopus and prawns are the highlights of this cuisine. Varied recipes where the ingredients are blended in away to offer the client the most exquisite flavours of the island. Some other delicacies are the roasted limpets or tuna and swordfish steaks cooked the Madeiran way.

6. Delicious sips to go with the food

If we talk about gastronomy we cannot forget about drinks. Good food is always better with a sip of a delicious wine. The wine of the island is so admired by princes and kings because of its great quality. Nowadays, these wines pair very well with a cheese tasting, a good stew or some grilled fish.

7. Visit the Parque Forestal de Queimadas

In Pico Ruivo there is a charming subtropical forest. This forest features laurel trees favoured by the high humidity and light mist, coating the area with moss, lichens and fronds. Explore the trails and visit the shelter where you can have a picnic. This little cottage looks a bit like Santa’s home, with timbered roof and a thatched room.

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