Compare ferries from Porto Santo Island to Madeira Islands
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About Porto Santo Island

Porto Santo is a small Portuguese island in the Madeira archipelago, situated in the North Atlantic Ocean.

Offering a more relaxed atmosphere than the popular Madeira Island, Porto Santo is the ultimate island retreat, boasting almost 9 kilometres of untouched, white-sand beach and a wide range of excellent snorkelling spots.

On ‘Madeira’s little sister’, visitors will also find a top-quality golf course and a ruggedly beautiful landscape, ideal for scenic hikes. You can even visit the former home of Christopher Columbus, the Casa Museu Colombo in the small town of Vila Baleira where he lived with his wife in the late 1470s.

Porto Santo’s main ferry terminal can be found on the south coast at the eastern end of the beach, where frequent sailings are provided to the capital of Madeira Island, Funchal.

About Madeira Islands

The Madeira Islands are a sub-tropical Portuguese archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean, North of the Canary Islands.

Due to its excellent geographic location and mountainous relief, these islands have surprisingly mild weather throughout the year. Together with its colourful natural beauty, the islands attract tourists all year round.

Madeira’s capital city Funchal has access to sea through a modern port, with more than half a million passengers disembarking here per year.

Ferries from Porto Santo Island to Madeira Islands

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