Portugal

Eating Algarve, Portugal

More famous for its sun sand and golf courses in the UK, the Algarve has a rich culinary history with diverse influences from its former occupiers.

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Vintage House Hotel

Vintage House Hotel, a beautiful, Quinta-style mansion was once the country retreat of the Croft family. Sitting there, on a bend of the legendary Douro river surrounded by those terraced hillsides, I swear to myself there may be no finer place on Earth.

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Hotel Infante Sagres

City centre hotels tend to come in two varieties; either bland international brands or faded dames from times gone by reinvigorated into trendy boutique properties. Fortunately, Hotel Infante Sagres in Porto’s centre is the latter. Not just reinvigorated but positively reincarnated into something even better than it was in its heyday.

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The Yeatman Hotel

Standing proudly above the Douro river on the Vila Nova de Gaia side of Porto, The 5 star Yeatman Hotel has become a Porto landmark in a very short space of time.

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Insider guide to Madeira’s restaurants

Terry Marsh is a veteran of Madeira having spent over fifteen years writing about the island. Here, he gives us an insider guide to his favourite restaurants and foods you can find on Madeira.

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JNcQUOI, Lisbon

My wife says she’s been dining out with a dinosaur for years, but this was the first time I had. The dinosaur in question was the centrepiece of the restaurant JNcQUOI in central Lisbon.

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