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Join us at Digital Nomad Madeira Island

If you are a remote worker or Digital Nomad looking for your next spot, you just found it! Madeira is one of the most beautiful places in the world and Digital Nomad Village offers a free working space, events and access to the community.

Moving to Madeira can be a challenge but we want you to have an exceptional stay that is why Flatio partned up with Startup Madeira to be the international accommodation provider.

We offer fully furnished apartments and rooms with Wi-Fi, directly from the landlords. With Flatio you can find apartments and rooms to rent for two weeks, a month, or even for one whole year.

Living in the Madeira is for employees, nomads and remote-workers alike

Everyone prefers a different type of accommodation. For that reason, Flatio has prepared a selection of the best rentals in Madeira, whether you’re an expat in search of a fully furnished apartment, a family looking for a 2 bedroom flat for rent, or a digital nomad who needs mid-term accommodation in different locations as you regularly change up where you work to maximize productivity. Below, you will find a list of the best rental apartments in Madeira which will suit you perfectly.

from  626  / 30 days
from  21  / day
All utilities included
950  / 30 days
32  / day
All utilities included
1 000  / 30 days
33  / day
All utilities included
from  628  / 30 days
from  21  / day
All utilities included
800  / 30 days
27  / day
All utilities included

Why Flatio

Flatio’s lease agreements have been carefully written to be fair to both the landlord and the tenant and easy to understand. Bilingual versions allow you to rent confidently to tenants who don’t speak your language. What’s more, you sign everything online, so there’s no need to print or mail copies of the document. Our reservation system automatically enters your information on the contract and lets you quickly re-advertise a property to new tenants once the contract finishes.

Why Flatio?
Rental price on Flatio is the final amount
The rental price includes everything. Internet connection, energy consumption or equipment of the whole apartment. There are no other costs associated with housing, rental price on Flatio is simply the final one.

Newest information from Madeira and surrounding areas on our blog right now

Interested in what you can look forward to in the Madeira area after your arrival? How did the previous tenants like their stay? Take a look at our most recent articles.

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Language Learning on the Go: Tips for Digital Nomads
Learning a new language as a digital nomad can be a rewarding and enriching experience. It allows you to better communicate with locals, understand different cultures, and can even open up job opportunities. It may seem intimidating at first, but with the right resources and motivation, it is definitely possible to learn a new language while on the road. Here are some tips on how and why to learn a new language as a digital nomad:
Flatio's Acquisition of NomadX Accommodation Inventory: A review
We'd like to clarify that the acquisition agreement with NomadX was a "real estate asset purchase" that resulted in the integration of Flatio and NomadX's accommodation listings in Portugal. In this blog post, we’ve answered the questions we receive about the current status of the two companies and their partnership.
Overcoming Loneliness on the Road: Making and Maintaining Friendships as a Digital Nomad
Are you feeling lonely as a digital nomad, constantly on the move and unable to form deep connections with the people around you? Making and maintaining…
Flying with Respect: A Guide to Airplane Etiquette for Digital Nomads
As a digital nomad, you may find yourself traveling by airplane frequently in order to work remotely from different locations around the world. While airplanes can be a convenient and efficient way to get from point A to point B, it's important to remember that you are sharing a confined space with other passengers for an extended period of time.
Why FOMO Is Unhealthy for Digital Nomads and How to Avoid It
Fear of missing out, or FOMO, is a common experience for many people, especially in today's age of social media and constant connectivity. It's easy to see others living their best lives and feel like we're falling behind or missing out on something great.
Keeping Your Drive Alive: A Digital Nomad's Guide to Staying Motivated
Being a digital nomad can be a fulfilling and exciting way to live and work, but it can also be challenging to stay motivated when you don't have the structure and support of a traditional office environment.
How to Read a Lease: What You Should Look for Before Signing
In this blog post, we'll go over some key things tenants should pay attention to before signing a lease agreement, and provide some tips on how to read and understand a lease agreement.
Office or Coworking Space: Which Workspace Is Right for You?
As more and more people are working remotely, the question of where to work from has become increasingly important. There are two main options for remote workers: setting up a home office or joining a coworking space. Each option has its own set of benefits and drawbacks, and which choice is right for you depends on your individual needs and preferences.
Madeira: Is It the Right Destination for Digital Nomads? Nomad Expert Kristin Wilson Weighs In.
But you don't have to take our word for it that Madeira is an ideal destination to take your business on an unforgettable journey! Find out for yourself what life is like as a digital nomad in Madeira from a real expert: Kristin Wilson. Kristin is the author of Digital Nomads For Dummies, the host of the Badass Digital Nomads podcast, and known as Traveling with Kristin on YouTube. She has traveled to more than 60 countries and has been helping people move abroad since 2005.
Who's Responsible for What? A General Guide to Tenant and Landlord Repair Responsibilities
When it comes to renting a property, there are certain repair responsibilities that both tenants and landlords must be aware of. Understanding these responsibilities is important in order to maintain the property and ensure that it is safe and livable for all parties involved. Here are some general guidelines for tenant and landlord repair responsibilities in a rental property: