Madeira is a group of four islands on the north Atlantic, forming one autonomous region of Portugal. Madeira island and Porto Santo are inhabited, while the Desertas and the Selvagens are uninhabited.
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Madeira was known to Romans as the Purple Islands, were rediscovered and subsequently inhabited by the Portuguese on the 15th century.
Owing to their mild climate, a good infrastructure avoiding over exploitation, they are a popular all year round holiday destination favoured by European holidaymakers.