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Discover the semi-tropical island of Madeira which has long been one of Portugal's most sought-after travel destinations. 

Venture on a 4-wheel drive journey with panoramic views, interesting places and sensational encounters with Madeira 's natural heritage. Marvel with the charming fishing village of Câmara de Lobos, a favourite spot of Winston Churchill is one of the few places on the island which has remained untouched by the passing of time. 

Indulge in a private embroidery workshop at a family own embroidery factory, where you will learn the local secrets and get the chance to bring your own embroidery work. Get to know the first built by the Portuguese in its maritime expansion in the XV Century. Pass by the Sé Cathedral, a church dating back to the XV Century, direction to the Marketplace where you can admire a variety of fresh fruit, vegetables and fish. To finish the tour passing through the old part of town, enjoy a visit to the Botanical Garden wide variety of trees and plants, brought from all over the world, some of which endemic.

Enjoy a private visit followed by lectured wine tasting at Blandy´s wine cellar. You will be treated with some of their best wines.

Indulge on a private 4 hours yacht trip to discover the marvels of marine life fauna and the indigenous flora of Madeira island. As the yacht weaves its way along the southern coastline you will be able to appreciate the splendid views of Funchal. Reach the essence of nature and its authenticity with comfort and style!

Itinerary Highlights:
- Madeira Mountains 4x4 Jeep adventure;
- Private embroidery workshop at a family-owned embroidery factory;
- Funchal cultural journey;
- Wine lodge private visit and lectured wine tasting;
- Luxury yacht cruise.

Destinations Visited:
- Madeira.

Theme: Generic, Authenticity, Wine Experiences, Adventure, Culture, History

Duration (days/nights): 5 / 4

Pricing Info: Upon request

Pricing and Package Expiration Date: Subject to changes according to partners availability

Region: Madeira