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Nature in its purest form

Madeira and the Canary Islands are twin archipelagos that BinterCanarias connects in 80 minutes. In 2004, the Canary Islands airline started to offer pioneering direct flights to these Portuguese islands, notable for their green and steep landscapes, their well-known wines and embroidery and tourist attractions such as the Flower Festival. Being the home to one of the world's greatest footballers, Cristiano Ronaldo, has without doubt contributed to make this Macaronesian area more popular.

The Madeira archipelago has two inhabited islands, Madeira and Porto Santo. The capital is Funchal on Madeira, the largest island and the place where BinterCanarias aircraft land.

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Cover image of the Guide to Madeira y Azores