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Stretching 150km along the southern coast of Portugal, the Algarve proudly boasts more than 100 beaches; from long stretches of white sand to hidden coves that are reached by steep steps carved in to the...

In my household there are a lot of requirements when it comes to holidays. We all have our own box to tick (including my toddler) and the reality is someone has to compromise. All those lazy, indulgent...

Looking for a luxurious getaway in Europe this summer? Look no further than Lisbon. Although Portugal’s cities have in the past been overlooked in favour of the likes of more well-known cities on the...

Words by Amira Arasteh Growing up, my association with Portugal was that all my classmates who didn’t drive down to Cornwall with Nanny and Grandad for the summer holidayed there. More specifically,...

Words by Sara Darling Arriving at Longevity Cegonha Country Club in the sunny Algarve, straight after a three-day outdoor arts festival in rainy Lille, was a shock to the system- in a good way. The peace...

Words by Sara Darling The Algarve has a reputation for golf and groups of guys on holiday; But not having visited the sunshine coast since my first misspent summer working abroad as a student, my memories...

For some of us, there’s nothing better than the prospect of lounging on the beach all summer long, soaking up the sunshine, sipping on cocktails and getting lost in a good book. But if you find it difficult...

Thinking of buying a luxury villa in the sun? With charming beach resorts, great weather and welcoming expat communities, there are few better places to base your home away from home than Spain or Portugal....

Words by Adam Jacot de Boinod ‘What beauties doth Lisboa first unfold,’ gasped Byron’s Childe Harold and certainly the city is highly reminiscent of Paris decades ago. Her special quality consists...

The end of the holiday season is a time for pondering the year that was, making plans for the future, and implementing changes towards a better you. After the champagne has run dry and the tree is taken...