Located 1000km from the European continent and only 700km from the African cost, Madeira Archipelago is composed by Madeira island, Porto Santo, Desertas and Selvagens, being all of them stage of countless and distinctive landscapes. Described as a floating garden, Madeira is a luxurious island of volcanic origin in the Atlantic Ocean. It has a mild subtropical climate, which is known by its natural therapeutic characteristics, and made Madeira one of the greatest European tourist destinations in the mid-twentieth century. With 57km long and 22 km wide, Madeira was discovered by Tristão Vaz Teixeira, Bartolomeu Perestrelo and João Gonçalves Zarco in 1419. Two-thirds of this autonomous region are part of the Natural Park, the demarcated region intended to preserve the richness and variety of its ecosystems. Here it is possible to visit the largest and most well-preserved area of Laurissilva, a forest with 20 million years. Nowadays, Laurissilva only exists in Macaronesia (Madeira, Azores, Canary Islands and Cape Verd). In Madeira, it was classified by UNESCO as human heritage site. Madeira Archipelago has a wide variety of activities that can be experienced and explored, that will enable the relaxation, putting away all the daily life problems and stress. It is the perfect get away spot.