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Discover the Jewel of Portugal on a Stunning All Inclusive Holiday to Madeira

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The island of Madeira is a sub-tropical paradise, architectural haven and beach resort par excellence all rolled into one. An all inclusive holiday to Madeira in Portugal holds many opportunities that are not just limited to the glorious coastline.

The capital, Funchal really is a spectacular place to visit. Strolling around the 500 year old Se Cathedral, lush parklands, marble promenades and 18th century stately homes, there is much to admire about the history of the place. World famous for its stunning array of flowers, Madeira pays host to a flower festival in Funchal every April. With award winning botanical gardens dotted around the island such as Quinta da Boa Vista, your all inclusive holiday to Madeira in Portugal will be one to remember.

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Journey off the Golden Coast of Portugal on an All Inclusive Holiday in Madeira 2016

If you’ve got a head for heights, then Madeira will certainly test your resolve with its many jaw-dropping cable car journeys. Providing some truly astonishing views, the rides on an all inclusive holiday to Madeira in Portugal make the most of the dramatic landscapes. Try the cable car at Teleferico da Rocha do Navio to the north, for a dazzling trip over hilly slopes and vertical drops. There are also other fantastic parts to Portugal for you to visit while on your all inclusive holiday, they include the cities of Algarve, Estoril Coast and Porto Santo.

For a more personal view of the wildlife on your all inclusive holiday, pay a visit to the laurisilva forest. Hiding glorious stretches of green carpeted valleys, endangered birds, rare laurel trees and prehistoric looking fauna, a trip to the heart of this forest is simply breath taking. If you want a journey across the waters, then a voyage to the tiny nearby island of Porto Santo is well worth it. You might even spot a dolphin or two along the way!

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