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A corner of Portugal off the Moroccan coast, Madeira is a unique island. Managing to withstand the wild Atlantic Ocean and maintain a subtropical climate, it has turned diverse cultural influences into a rich melting pot. Travelling to Madeira is a real breath of fresh air with its hikes, picturesque walks and tastings. 

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Ponta Delgada, Azores - Lisbon
LE CHAMPLAIN
7 nights on board
Dates:
4/8/2022 to the 4/15/2022
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Lisbon - Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands
LE DUMONT-D'URVILLE
8 nights on board
Dates:
4/11/2022 to the 4/19/2022
Ponta Delgada, Azores - Lisbon
LE BELLOT
7 nights on board
Dates:
4/18/2023 to the 4/25/2023
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Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands - Málaga
LE LYRIAL
8 nights on board
Dates:
4/18/2023 to the 4/26/2023

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Highlights - Madeira

When travelling to Madeira, people mostly visit the archipelago's two inhabited islands: Madeira and Porto Santo. There are so many things to do, including trying the local cuisine, hiking and going on boat trips. Use this guide to find out what to do in Madeira!


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Essential - Madeira

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