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Airbnb na Madeira – Wishlist

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My favourite places to stay in Airbnb – Madeira|

In this post, I introduce you to some of my favourite properties to stay in Airbnb Madeira including my own apartment in Funchal.

I love discovering new places to stay and to plan little getaways, whenever possible.

Some of them I’ve experienced myself, others I can’t wait to visit.

Airbnb offers some amazing properties, in fact, there are plenty to choose from luxury to budget rentals in Madeira. If you’re planning to visit Madeira, check these intimate places.
They are located all over the Island: by the beach, in the middle of the mountains, with ocean views, in the heart of the capital, you name it.

My choice was purely based on my personal preferences, friends recommendations and guest reviews.
I hope you like and it inspires you to visit to my beautiful Madeira Island. Let me know which one you would pick!

Enjoy!

 From Madeira to Mars Apartment | Funchal |Airbnb Madeira


After travelling across Europe, I’ve stayed in many airbnb apartments and I loved the experience so much that I’ve decided to open my home to visitors in Madeira. 
From Madeira to Mars apartment is named after this travel blog. This is a spacious, airy and fully equipped apartment with a lovely garden in Funchal.  Perfect location to discover the Island and live like a local in Madeira! 

 The L apartment | Funchal|Airbnb Madeira

Located about 10 minutes of walking distance to the city centre.
THE L is a contemporary apartment full of love; a mix of design in modern pieces with some of the owners treasures.
A perfect place to welcome a family or a couple of friends, as there are two double bedrooms and a sofa bed for one in the living room.

Isabel Vila | Funchal |Airbnb Madeira

This private terrace overlooking the ocean is a dream and Patrícia is such a wonderful friend and excellent host. It is located in the Old Town of Funchal so you won’t need a car to discover the city. Stylish, comfortable and cool decor and what a view!

Casa de Colmo| Santana |Airbnb Madeira

Built in 1966 this is a typical thatched roof house of Santana. It’s an unusual, curious experience. Hidden gem!

Beach House | Seixal|Airbnb Madeira

This beach house was originally a warehouse built to store grocery products and Madeira wine, which were carried by boat. This centennial house was bought and fully refurbished in 2004. It is literally, steps away from the beach.

Casa da Muda|Ponta do Pargo |Airbnb Madeira

I just love the authenticity and the colours of this house and the pool looks so inviting!

Casa das Marias | Ponta do Pargo |Airbnb Madeira

This cozy villa fits 6 people. It is the ideal place to spend a holiday with friends in this beautiful sunny area of Madeira
Biking trails are just about 5 minutes from the house!

Slice of Heaven |Jardim do Mar |Airbnb Madeira

This is an open space apartment with a terrace over the sea and for me one of the most beautiful village of Madeira, Jardim do Mar.

Home with a beautiful garden |Arco da Calheta |Airbnb Madeira

This house in Arco da Calheta has an amazing sea view and lovely garden. It’s the perfect spot to getaway and enjoy long meals outside.

Casa do Calhau| Madalena do Mar |Airbnb Madeira

I’ve chosen this property because I just adore these pleasure houses of Madeira and they are quite rare to find. These buildings, the size of a small room, were made to more enjoy tea time with friends, to embroider, to read and to gossip. 😉 Charming house!

Fajã dos Padres| Ribeira Brava |Airbnb Madeira

Rebuilt from an ancient farmer house, over the sea and surrounded by an organic farm and steps away from a volcanic pebble beach and the pier. Accessed only by boat or an elevator from the top of the mountain. It’s the most peaceful place I’ve ever stayed in Madeira, must try!

What’s your favourite? 😉

 

 

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. Hi Sofia
    Thank you for sharing fantastic Places in Madeira. We are very tempted to visit one of them. But something inside us feel more like going to The Azores. Do you know anything about The Azores, Places to stay or Places to see.
    All the best
    Michall and Camille

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