Quinta do Lorde: This Island Hideaway Is All You Will Ever Need

Madeira is the biggest in a set of volcanic islands in the Atlantic Ocean – all we needed for a long break, and the first international trip of 2018 we are sharing with you 😉

And yes, Madeira is Christiano Ronaldo’s hometown! The airport is named after him which is a little bizarre.

 

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If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere. ⛰ #sundayfunday #sundayvibes

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Madeira is incredibly diverse: there are tropical jungles, desertic hills, high peaks and volcanic beaches. You could spend months exploring this wonderful place!

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The island has a fairly laid back culture with an emphasis on good food and drink.

One of the things we enjoyed the most about the island is its volcanic origin, giving it dramatic scenery and unusual vegetation. This is particularly seen in the Western side – home to Quinta do Lorde, our latest discovery.

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Hotel Quinta do Lorde

We chose Hotel Quinta do Lorde for its privileged location; right by the ocean and surrounded by breathtaking sights. Waking up to the see is probably the best part of staying there.

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The hotel is 20 minutes away from Funchal, so you don’t even have to rush through the city – something we usually run away from.

This will give you a feel of Quinta do Lorde:

When was the last time you did something for the first time?

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The photograph brings memories of ocean breeze and poncha – Madeira’s signature drink!

The hotel has a marina, swimming pools, and even a church! There are also two restaurants and a private beach with a natural swimming pool.

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The food was absolutely delicious. We had “rice with octopus”, the island’s traditional dish, and a risotto that put the cherry on top of a wonderful day.

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Right by the hotel, we visited Ponta de São Lourenço. It’s an excellent place for trekking and enjoying the Island’s sunset.

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Madeira has many indigenous species of plants and flowers that have evolved in surprising new ways there in the island. We loved the red clay paths to mysterious cliffs and remote hills too! Besides, we had the best couple time in this uber-romantic setting – a true reminder of what really matters in life.

What I Wore

Pair of earrings: My own Design (Brand Launching Soon)

Wrap frill Dress: NAKD

Pair of Shoes: Zara

Pair of earrings: My own Design (Brand Launching Soon)

Bali Wrap Dress: Pitusa

Flip on: Zara

Until next time

XOXO

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. mynewsdrive says:

    Are these pictures even real? :O
    The place looks magical like all the beauty in the world is stored in one place. 🙂
    Astonishing!

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    1. Hahaha! Yes, they are pretty much real.
      I’m glad you like them a lot.
      Xx

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  2. Wonderful photographs! Who is your photographer?

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  3. Aixa says:

    Madeira is right near the top of my list of places to visit! And Nidhi, you look great in these photos!

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    1. Axia, You must visit Madeira, I hope you enjoy your stay. Plus I have many more blog posts coming up on Madeira. 🙂
      xx

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  4. Each and every photo of yours is stunning 🙂 Makes me want to put on pretty dresses and waltz my way to places like Madeira. xx

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    1. You express it so well!
      You definitely should go for it gal.
      Xx

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  5. Louise says:

    What a beautiful post!
    In love with your outfits. 💖

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  6. You’re designing earrings/jewellery? How fab is that?! Are you developing an entire line of jewellery?

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    1. Yes, I’m developing a small line of jewellery. I’ll keep you updated!
      Have a lovely day.
      Xx

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