During what has a challenging year in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, many guests have not been able to experience and enjoy all that the archipelago has to offer
The Portuguese archipelago has been in the news for its handling of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, making it one of the most appealing and safe holiday options.
The leisure airline and package holiday specialist has announced it will recommence flights and holidays to Faro, one of its most popular destinations, from Monday.
Officials from the popular Portuguese tourism hotspots of Madeira and the Algarve have welcomed a UK government decision to add the country to the quarantine safe list.
A month after reopening the tourism sector, Madeira has recorded only nine active cases of Covid-19. Officials argue this makes it one the safest destinations in Europe to visit.
Madeira and Porto Santo Islands have been included in the global list of destinations exempt from the Foreign & Commonwealth advice against ‘all but essential’ travel. The duo is included alongside the Azores as the only two Portuguese territories to make the list.
To ensure security for both tourists and residents, all visitors to the islands will have to either present a negative Covid-19 test done within 72 hours prior to departure or be tested upon arrival.
Madeira has launched the second phase of the ‘Stay Home Now. Dream Online. Visit Us Later!’ campaign. The destination is looking to speak to those potential visitors who must remain at home for the time being, offering them a little escapism.
The Savoy Palace has made its debut in Madeira, Portugal, expanding and elevating the Savoy Signature portfolio, a family-owned collection of historic hotels and resorts on the scenic island in the Atlantic.
The elite of the travel industry assembled for the World Travel Awards Europe Gala Ceremony on the breath-taking Atlantic island to find out who among them would be crowned best of the best. Winners at the red-carpet reception included the enchanting city of St. Petersburg, Russia, voted Europe’s Leading City Destination.
Madeira is making final preparations as it steps up to host the World Travel Awards Europe Gala Ceremony on June 8th. Leading travel industry figureheads from across the continent are attending what will mark the inaugural World Travel Awards ceremony in the breath-taking island destination.