The diversity of the natural beauty of this island has been for many years, the main enhancer of tourism and real estate interest. This market has experienced a dynamic evolution that accompanies the demand and needs of the population, and there has been a strong growth whose trend will continue.
Madeira island is mountainous with peaks reaching 6,100 feet. When claimed in 1419, the island was covered with laurel forest, leading to its name. ‘Madeira’ means ‘wood’ in Portuguese. Some original Laurel forest remains on the island’s north slopes and is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This will be a one-of-a-kind project for Madeira real estate, for its location, superior quality of the apartments, allowing owners to explore more than 6,000 square meters (m) of gardens and green areas.