Madeira Weather November Averages, Madeira Islands
What's The Weather Like in Madeira in November?
November can still be warm and sunny in Madeira. Even though the winter season is just around the corner, Madeira enjoys an average of six hours of daily sunshine. This offer plenty of opportunities to hit the beach and work on your tan.
Is The Sea Warm In Madeira In November?
The average sea temperaturefor Madeira is 21°C - warm enough for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving.
How Hot Is Madeira In November?
The average temperature for Madeira in November drops from 21°C on 1 November to 18°C by the end of the month. Daily highs begin October at 23°C, dropping to 20°C, and lows go from 18°C to 16°C.
Does It Rain In Madeira In November?
Is Madeira WIndy In November?
During an average November in Madeira, typical wind speeds usually range between 1 m/s and 7 m/s (light breeze to moderate breeze), very rarely rising above 9 m/s (fresh breeze).
Madeira Hotels for November
When it comes to sea views, it doesn't get much better than Vila Gale. This hotel is located on the coast in Santa Cruz and provides guests with access to standard rooms and junior suites, many of which come with sea views. There are loads of services and facilities available here, including: bars, restaurants, a swimming pool, spa and entertainment programme.
For a budget-friendly option, the three-star Hotel Orca Praia is a great choice. Here you can choose from double rooms, family suites and junior suites, providing something for all group sizes. Onsite amenities and services include: spa, swimming pool, solarium, games room, gift shop and WiFi access.
If you want some peace and quiet during your holiday in Madeira, consider staying at Quinta Splendida. This hotel is surrounded by landscaped gardens and provides accommodation in the form of standard rooms and spa suites, covering all tastes and budgets. There are plenty of amenities for guests to take advantage of onsite, including: spa, botanical garden, swimming pool, sun terrace, free internet access and art gallery.
Bars and Restaurants
If you're in the mood to try some local cuisine, spend an evening at Wine & Chocolate House. This restaurant boasts a comprehensive menu, full of delicious starters, mains, sides and desserts all of which are prepared freshly onsite. Whether you fancy a hearty meat-based meal, a light fish dish or a satisfying vegetarian dinner, you're sure to find just what you're looking for here.
Tourists with a sweet tooth won't want to pass up the chance to stop by Petit Fours Patisserie. This café serves a selection of lunch dishes such as sandwiches and soups as well as loads of freshly baked cakes, biscuits and other desserts. The only downside to this place is that there is such a wonderful variety of cakes available, you'll be spoilt for choice to pick only one.
When it comes to traditional British pubs in Madeira, it doesn't get much better than White House Pub. This friendly establishment is located in the centre of Funchal and provides both indoor and outdoor seating. There is a wide variety of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks to choose from and most major live sporting events are shown on numerous TVs located throughout the bar.
For something a bit livelier, you can't beat the Kool Klub Kafe. This nightclub is highly regarded as one of the best and most popular in Madeira, making it a must visit during your holiday. All sorts of music genres and decades are played in this venue which is open every night until the early hours of the morning.
Things to do in Madeira in November
Wine lovers interested in sampling the local wines will be spoilt for choice in Madeira. Artur de Barros e Sousa Lda is a family-run winery which hosts interesting tours around their vineyards and wine-making zones. The tour guides are very knowledgeable when it comes to wine, so whatever your question, they're sure to be able to answer it. After you've taken a tour of the grounds, don't forget to taste the free samples they're the best part.
Blandy's Wine Lodge is another winery which offers guided tours for visitors. The tours look at all sorts of wine-making aspects, including the history of wine and its development and evolution. There are several different tours available, each of which lasts for a different duration, costs a different amount and covers a different itinerary, providing something for everyone. All tours include plenty of tasting opportunities. After you've been on your tour, don't forget to stop by the gift shop and pick up some of your favourite bottles.
History buffs won't want to miss the chance to explore the Santa Maria a functional replica of the ship Christopher Columbus sailed on. The excursions onboard this ship last around three hours as it sails along the coast of the island. You can choose to wander around the inside of the ship which is set out in the same way the famous ship was or stay on the outside and keep an eye out for whales and dolphins. Local cake and Madeira wine are served on board, providing you with a perfect sweet afternoon snack.
The cooler temperatures in Madeira make November a great month to go hiking. The Pico Ruivo do Paul da Serra is one of the most popular trails on the island, set in a mountainous zone. Here you can wander around the site however you like or follow one of the several guided routes. You'll be surrounded by natural beauty everywhere you turn, so make sure you take your camera with you.