Boasting mild weather all year around with many different microclimates, Madeira’s ever-changing scenery will keep you on your toes. Enjoy a walk through the refreshingly cool Levadas in the mountains, or bask in the sunshine when you dive right into the warm waters on a boat ride. The northern slope of the island is cooler and humid, while the southern slope is sunnier and warmer, so you are able to plan your tours and sightseeing accordingly.
Madeira's unique geographic location and mountainous terrain lend itself to an its marvelously mild climate, ranging from 25°C (77°F) in the summer to 17°C (62°F) in the winter, with moderate humidity and mild average temperatures no matter the time of year.
The island of Porto Santo is dry and warm, but never gets too hot. When visiting Madeira, you can always expect pleasant weather perfect for exploring, but always pack good walking shoes, a light jacket and of course, sunglasses!