Funchal – Ilha da Madeira, Portugal

While this laid-back city owes much of its historical prominence to sugar, today it’s known for famous wines, an amazing climate and gorgeous landscapes. The uniquely volcanic soil combines with the mild weather to produce an abundance of greenery as well as multicolored vegetation—you’ll find stunning gardens and banana plantations producing year-round. 

Facing the blue Atlantic waters, the water welcomes tourists to go diving, surfing, swimming or whale-watching. It’s no wonder visitors flock here year round.

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