Madeira, Portugal

Called the "Pearl of the Atlantic", Madeira - it's lush and mountainous paradise jewel in the crown Madeira. The island was formed by volcanic activity many years ago, and today it does have something to do, for example, to climb the 1830-peak of my Ruivo, the highest mountain of the island. Blue water shelf is so deep that whales sometimes swim near the coast. The capital Funchal is home to 100 thousand people. Here you will find a unique culture and attractions such as the Sé Cathedral XV century. and Museum Quinta das Kruzesh.