Vidamar Resorts Madeira

With three infinity pools, five restaurants and a packed line-up of activities, there’s plenty on offer for everyone at the Vidamar Resorts Madeira.

The hotel takes pride of place on the waterfront, with sea views from every room. Inside, there’s cruise-ship vibe, with a glossy decor and grand atriums. Outside, you’re surrounded by palm trees and greenery.

Activity-wise, you can relax in the spa, enjoy some gentle aqua aerobics or get sweaty at a dance class. Little ones can enjoy the kids’ club.

After your evening meal, a number of acts take centre stage but, if you’re looking for something quieter, you can sip a cocktail in the bar instead.

Overview of Funchal

When you head on a holiday to Madeira, expect endless lush landscapes, craggy peaks and black sands. Known as ‘the floating garden’, Madeira really is a feast for the eyes. Plus, you can enjoy all of the lush scenery while sipping on the local speciality, Madeira wine.

The home to steep peaks, waterfalls, caves and dramatic landscapes, Madeira is perfect for active families and intrepid explorers. Usually explored on foot, Madeira is an outdoor paradise.

Things to do in Madeira

Stay at the Vidamar Resorts Madeira to be a short stroll from the local restaurants, bars and supermarkets. And the very centre of Funchal is only a 20 minutes away by foot.

The capital of Madeira, Funchal is a lively and picturesque place with top-notch dining and bars, as well as an upmarket marina and a pebbled beach. And for spectacular views, take a cable car up to Monte.

At the Vidamar Resorts Madeira, the best of Madeira is on your doorstep. From the beauty of the bay to the opportunities for exploration, there’s something for everyone here.

Resort Summary

Funchal was a core part of the early settlement of Madeira in the 1400s, when brave expeditions from Europe first began pressing ever further west from the continent to see what else lay in the world beyond. As a result, colonial architecture makes up much of the original elements of Funchal even today, although there’s plenty of modern flavour as well.