The world’s wine connoisseurs all know about the sweet Port wine produced in the slopes of Douro Valley. But this region does not stand alone in Portugal’s wine map, in fact, we have a multitude of powerhouse wine regions to show you.
In case you consider yourself a passionate foodie, just like us, you have come to the right place. Portugal has great food in its veins. The Alentejo is a land of good cheese and traditional plates, in the vibrant cities numerous awarded Chefs offer creative cuisine, and given the country's prime Atlantic location, you can find the freshest fish and seafood pretty much everywhere.
If you are craving an earthy meal, you must try the Cozido das Furnas, cooked in the ashes of a volcano in the Azores. To sample Port and Douro wine, travel across the steep vineyards of Douro Valley hopping from winery to winery. Awaken your senses as you buy freshly caught fish at a coastal local market for a hands-on Portuguese cooking class. Head to Funchal to sample their famous Poncha and Madeira wine. In an Alentejan farmhouse, dip roughly torn pieces of homemade bread into exceptional olive oil. Follow Anthony Bourdain's footsteps as you discover all the amazing petiscos Porto has to offer. Or enjoy the simple pleasures of life, with an expresso in one hand and a Pastel de Belém in another.
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