Turisver highlights Cheerfulway Bravamar

Reflection of recognition for good work done within the tourism industry in Portugal, the Cheerfulway, Lda. has just been highlighted with two pages Turisver the prestigious magazine, which targeted at tourism professionals, has accustomed us through the quality of its articles, to know the best that is being done in tourism in Portugal.

The emphasis on Cheerfulway, Lda., Whose business began by focusing mainly in Albufeira, which explores the Vila Alba, California Hotel Polana Residence, Bertolina Mansion and High Mill units, is this edition of Turisver, entirely dedicated to the most recent unit Cheerfulway Madeira Island - Bravamar hotel.

With excellent conditions beachside location of Ribeira Brava, the hotel reopened in March Bravamar completely refurbished and with many improvements.
Improvements have started to yield results and, along with a targeted marketing campaign, demand grew and the predicted results are quite encouraging.

 

Did you Know that Madeira...

A tropical archipelago with a wonderful subtropical climate and breathtaking scenery, Madeira is justifiably known as ‘the floating garden’ or ‘Pearl of the Atlantic’. It is located in the North Atlantic Ocean, some 560 miles (900 kilometers) from continental Portugal and about 370 miles (600 kilometers) from the coast of Morocco; an outpost of Europe in the Atlantic Ocean. Forming part of the Archipelago are the inhabited islands of Madeira and Porto Santo plus small groups of uninhabited islands, the Desertas and Selvagens. The Island of Madeira is the largest of them.

Madeira has a variety of rare attractions besides its luxurious blue skies and sea and its imposing valleys and mountains where plant life is abundantly diverse. The Island is famous for Madeira wine, embroidery artisans, 'Bolo de mel', exotic flowers, tropical fruits, striking scenery and its spectacular New Year's Eve fireworks, considered the biggest in the world by the Guinness Book of Records. Add all this to its balmy climate and it’s easy to see why the ‘Paradise Island’ has become the aspirational holiday destination of the 'old world'.