Citizens holding a valid Schengen who intend to travel to the Madeira archipelago, may do so upon the existence of direct flights or, in the case of flights with stopovers, taking into account the conditions for entry and stay currently in force in those countries. Citizens travelling to Madeira through a direct flight, for tourism or leisure, may request a Schengen visa for that purpose at the BLS Visa Centre for Portugal, upon presentation of a two-way ticket and the respective hotel reservation for the period of stay.

Every traveller is responsible for obtaining full information about the conditions of entry in Madeira. Travellers to Madeira as a final destination are not exempted from signing the Declaration of Commitment ("Disclaimer") on the entry into national territory.


Madeira entry regime (“green corridor”)

• All passengers must complete a mandatory epidemiological survey, made available by the Regional Health Authority, on the digital platform
• All passengers who disembark at airports of the Autonomous Region of Madeira, without exception, are subject to thermal screening.
• All passengers, upon disembarking, must carry a COVID-19 negative PCR test, carried out within 72 hours prior to boarding (except for passengers who carry a medical document certifying that the bearer is recovered from the COVID-19 disease at the time of the landing in the territory of the Autonomous Region of Madeira, issued in the last 90 days, as well as bearers of a vaccination certificate against COVID-19, in accordance with the recommended plan and respecting the activation period of the immune system provided for in the Summary of Product Characteristics (RCM).
• If a passenger tests positive for the PCR test, he/she must comply with the mandatory confinement, if necessary compulsorily, for a period of 14 days, in a health establishment, in the respective domicile or in a hotel establishment, upon decision of the competent health authorities.

For more information:

VisitMadeira at:

The NHS website at

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