PRIME MADEIRA REAL ESTATE LOCATED ON A SOLID BASALT ROCK- ABOUT 180M ABOVE SEA LEVEL THIS OCEANFRONT OPULENCE AND STYLE IN A SPECTACULAR CLIFF-TOP DOUBLE PLOT- SEAFRONT LOCATION WITH SWIMMING POOL!
AN OASIS OF CONTEMPORARY LUXURY - ENJOY ENDLESS SUMMERS IN THE HOLLYWOOD OF MADEIRA.
THIS UNIQUE DESIGNER VILA IS BEING MARKETED FULLY FURNISHED AND FITTED IN THE FINEST QUALITY DECOR.
The 2 storey contemporary home represents a truly stunning architectural achievement and boasts dramatic panoramic sea vistas – ideal for the more discerning!
Located in upmarket suburb of Garajau, this exceptionally distinctive home is a masterpiece of design, quality and style!
The luxurious vila is only 10 mins’ away from the golf course, 10 mins to the city centre and 15 mins to the Airport.
Seafront location offers sunrise, sunsets and moonlit sea views and complete privacy and tranquillity right on the edge of the Atlantic!
Meticulously constructed by master builder with impressive features throughout.
Specialised thermo and insulation
Ambient sound system installation
Central Vacuum system
Energy Certificate A+
MADEIRA ISLAND GARAJAU-CANIÇO - SANTA CRUZ – EASTERN COASTLINE OF MADEIRA ISLAND
The village of Caniço has been developing at a pretty fast pace over recent years yet has managed to retain an unruffled and key luxury edge to this tranquil and attractive inland village of Santa Cruz. Both the Palheiro and Santo da Serra Golf Courses are a short distance away and clean and crystal clear waters along the coastal stretch of Garajau’s natural marine park are perfect for scuba diving enthusiasts, with numerous scuba diving schools in the region. A Christ the King monument on the promontory boasting magnificent Atlantic ocean views, overlooks the lovely pebble beach below for keen sea-bathers.
Although close to the airport, attractions in Santa Cruz include chic cafes, stylish bars and restaurants, a cultural centre, historic church, shopping mall plus an Aqua-park, complete with pleasurable toboggan rides, speedy slides, swimming pools with both bar and food outlets on-site. Cultural festivities are also held throughout the year in Caniço, including the prominent gastronomy fair held during the month of September. The region’s finest eateries offer an enticingly varied selection of fine local speciality dishes - live evening musicians and folklore sing and dance shows add to the truly pleasant atmosphere of the festival, attracting hundreds of tourists and locals alike. Camacha, the village renowned for its famous wicker and cane works is to the north and falls within the jurisdiction of Santa Cruz.
MADEIRA ISLAND GARAJAU’S MARINE PARK NATURE RESERVE – THE FIRST PORTUGUESE EXCLUSIVELY MARINE RESERVE.
Garajau’s partial Natural Reserve, located near Caniço on the southern coastline of Madeira and east of the Funchal Bay was established in 1986. The marine park which is 376 hectares with a coastal length of approximately seven kms includes a strip stretching from the high tide line into the ocean at a depth of 50 metres. Amongst the fauna of this park are larger fish such as the Epinephelus guaza and also a variety of other coastal species. Groups of Atlantic manta rays (manta birostris) can also be seen here. Their size and graceful movement has transformed the area into an international attraction for scuba and skin diving enthusiasts. Sea urchins, sea cucumbers, starfish, brittle stars, sponges and sea anemones can also be found on the rocky substrate and large colonies of eels can be seen on the sandy floors. Fishing is forbidden inside the park and navigation is also strictly controlled and only small boats are allowed to approach the beaches. Quality of water allows great visibility below depths of 20 metres for scuba diving enthusiasts; a support centre is located in the Cais do Lazareto in the westernmost limit of the Reserve, where Environmental Education programmes are implemented and equipment/facilities are available for filling diving bottles.