Martim Branco, a delightful schist village brought out of oblivion. Hospitality and discoveries, for a relaxing and diversified stay.
New Year’s traditions in Portugal. Cake of kings, queens, grapes…and blue lingerie. Happy holidays.
Cascais is the Portuguese Riviera. Chic, glamorous and pretty, the city has an interesting heritage. Its beaches are its pride and joy. The Tagus and the Atlantic meet there for an ideal marriage for the holidays.
Tennis has its own name in Portugal: Sanjo! A brand born in the 30’s, faithful to its know-how but with contemporary values. Vintage design made in Portugal
O Asiático , Chef Kiko’s restaurant, is refined without being extravagant. A cosmopolitan gourmet well located between Principe Real and Bairro Alto.
The Creators’ Market or Feira do Mocho (Owl Fair) takes place once a month or more in Lisbon: creation and quality, and originality for pleasure.
The Pabe is a gastronomic institution in Lisbon. For a business meal, a party or the pleasure of a refined lunch or dinner, excellent cuisine in the heart of the capital.
Magusto is a traditional tasting of chestnuts and jeropiga, a mixture of grape must and brandy. On Saint Martin’s Day, chestnuts and new wine.
Hotel Marmoris in Vila Viçosa is dedicated to marble, the wealth of the region. The quality of a 5-star hotel and a high level gastronomic experience.
The Colinas do Douro vineyard is a new arrival on the Douro market. An exceptional terroir between schist and granite, a vineyard at an altitude of 640 metres. To be enjoyed.