The similitudes of Madeira, Azores, Canary Islands, and Cape Verde
Due to its geographical location, uniqueness of the ecological conditions and the isolation of regions of her constituents meets a high diversity of species and unique plant communities. Macaronesia is considered as one of the most important biodiversity centers worldwide.
Madeira and Azores Islands, in Portugal; Canary Islands, in Spain, and Cape Verde Islands, in Africa. Do you know what they have in common? Discover what makes Madeira special from a nature standpoint and why the Laurisilva forest became a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.