Food and Drink
Few English vineyards can claim links to a 400-year-old family home, a grandly eccentric poet, a literary pioneer and the UK’s most northerly award-winning wine.
The Belgian Coast isn't the longest stretch of shoreline, but what the 42 miles of wide sandy beaches misses out in terms of size, is more than made up by what it has to offer. Catering for families, gastronomes and thrill seekers, this small expanse of Flanders has plenty on offer.
Foodies of the world who have long-known about Turkey's distinguished cuisine can now add the Aegean town of Alacati to their must-try destinations.
Now that the weather has turned the corner, wild flowers are appearing and the temperature is starting to climb, why not treat yourself and someone special to a gastronomic stay at Tyddyn Llan, one of only three restaurants in the whole of Wales with a Michelin star?
Food and wine lovers are being offered the chance to experience some of southern Spain's finest cuisine with fantastic gourmet breaks on offer in the Region of Murcia.
The Alentejo is a beguilingly beautiful rural region of diverse landscapes, from sweeping plains, cork forests and rocky hills, to sandy coves, olive groves and vineyards.
The TV show Masterchef is not only popular here in the UK but also many other countries around the world where they make their own versions including South Africa.
For those looking for magnificent scenery, superb food and delicious wine – and glorious weather to boot – US specialist Bon Voyage reckons its Coastal California & Wine Country itinerary should fit the bill.
From tea breaks with a goatherd and wine tastings on a volcano, to cooking lessons with Turkish villagers and visits to food markets, Peter Sommer Travels’ expertise extends to cuisine and cooking, as well as archaeology and culture.
The trend towards heading out for a few glasses of wine or a couple of cocktails and something sweet has really taken off and shows no sign of abating.
BKWine recently presented its program for the autumn wine and food tours for 2014. BKWine is a world leading tour operator specialised in wine, food and gourmet travel.
Boutique breweries are catching up with vineyards as the ‘must-do’ food and drink experience in South Australia.
Spain’s diversity makes it a cultural powerhouse. It is Western Europe’s second-largest country (after France) in terms of area and the world’s third-largest exporter of wine, fruits and vegetables.
It’s that time of year again; Carnival season is underway, promising raucous parties, fantastic food and loud laughter – not to mention a questionable costume or two. 2014 isn’t the year to stand squashed amongst the crowds in Notting Hill but rather the year to enjoy the carnivals that were a secret to you until now.
This month sees Hedonistic Hiking launch its European range of gourmet guided walking tours in the UK.
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