Off the coast of Africa, Madeira was born from a volcanic eruption. It is an archipelago composed of two islands: Madeira and Porto Santo, and uninhabited islands. Also known as the island of flowers, Madeira is known for its mild climate, the exuberance of its vegetation and its natural heritage. Chiselled by erosion, this land lives under the influence of the Gulf Stream bringing to the island, softness and humidity. Its fertile soil allows the development of a particularly generous, dense and varied vegetation mixing Mediterranean and tropical riches to offer us this garden floating in the middle of the Atlantic.