Food and Drink
The Mirandus Restaurant, located within Boutique Hotel Vivenda Miranda is the essential place to visit when in Lagos in the Algarve, for those that enjoy superb food in a beautiful and romantic setting, whether as a guest or visitor.
Hedonistic Hiking has already created the perfect recipe for an idyllic, food-lovers’ holiday - a healthy and fun itinerary of walking through wonderful scenery, a generous helping of local seasonal produce, and of course an ample splash of wine to wash it all down.
Adelaide is raising the bar in hospitality with a surge of new venues popping up across South Australia's vibrant capital city, from bijou wine bars in previously forgotten alleyways to contemporary cocktail clubs in stylish basement digs.
Enjoy outstanding cuisine – using fresh, local produce – from as little as £10 per head at Jersey’s annual Tennerfest, taking place between 1 October and 11 November.
Privately owned boutique hotel Ellerman House in Cape Town's Bantry Bay has launched two tantalising new wine pairing experiences to enable guests to fully appreciate South Africa's 350 year old heritage of winemaking.
Dorchester Collection's Milanese property, Hotel Principe di Savoia, is embracing the city's idyllic surroundings with its 'Wine Tasting' package providing guests with a unique city break in Milan and the opportunity to discover the nearby Piemonte region.
From 3rd-9th September the annual Taste Guernsey Festival will showcase the best of the Channel Island's unique local produce in a week of dedicated gastronomic events from pop ups to food themed walks and demos from top Chefs.
A report published by the Irish Tourist Industry Confederation highlights the importance of the Irish pub in attracting tourists. More than 5M overseas visitors called into a pub while on holiday in Ireland.
The Seychelles' multitude of culinary influences is reflected in the menus at the new 5-star Hotel Savoy Resort & Spa, gourmet chef Gennaro Avagnale invites guests to enjoy the culinary delights of the two hotel restaurants and beach bar.
Two new wine and food tours are on the winter program from the wine tour specialist BKWine: Chile & Argentina, and South Africa.
From old favourites to far-out events, there is a summer festival (natsu matsuri)for everyone in Japan.
Following the success of the Nice, London and Dubai restaurants, acclaimed restaurant La Petite Maison brings French Mediterranean and Nicoise cuisine to the heart of the Turkish city.
Italy is a country famed for its passion, where celebrations are jubilant and festivals are pleasingly frequent and fantastically varied. From the traditional to the outlandish, there is a celebration or festivity to suit every interest.
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.
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