our Madeira home picture book.

All the images of the house we deem suitable for publication on this website would show the house in perfect order, no mess, fit to be published in a home magazine. However, it is often the images of the house as it is used, with the corresponding mess, sometimes with people, that give the nicest idea. Therefore, we made a gallery of all available images. The folder is quite large, so give it a minute to load. Then, sit back and have a look at the picture book of our Madeira home! And don’t mind the mess!

Photos are everything!

Over the years we have made a lot of pictures of the house. More than enough to compose this picture book, that tries to give you a good and realistic impression of our Madeira home. Still, it is not easy to give an impression that does the house justice, as these images just show the moment, and the house and of course the garden have changed as plants grow, others die and new ones are planted to continue to give the house its subtropical surroundings with lots of exotic plants. We don’t pretend to be as complete as the Botanical Gardens, the Jardim Botânico in Funchal, which is well worth a visit for those who love plants and gardens, but we do try and grow the most typical plants like the Agapanthus, the Estrelicia and the Proteia, apart from subtropical fruits like the lemon, mandarins, oranges, Araçais, the Pitanga or the Guava, that we have told you about elsewhere in this web site


The equipment in the house may be different from the images of our house. As we said, the house changes over time, things that we missed having were added, things that did not work were taken away, things suffer from wear and tear, some break and need to be replaced. This can under no circumstances give the renter cause for claims as all functionalities of the house remain intact.

The flower in the background of this page is one of the many Camelia species. You find many in Madeira. A beautiful Camelia lane can be found in the Parque Municipal of Santo António da Serra.

This page was updated on March 2nd, 2022