Travel Guide to Portugal


From the sweet, salt water oysters just off the coast of Setubal to the buttery cured hams of
Salamanca, Iberia is rich in diversity and flavor. Equally true, the incredible diversity of wine
that awaits you is breathtaking!

Typical wine and food tours of Spain might include day trips 
from Barcelona to the Cava vineyards of the Penedes region, tapas tours of Madrid itself, or a guided tour of the world famous La Boqueria food market followed by cooking classes. More 
extensive excursions might take you up to the picturesque town of Cadaques, where Picasso made his summer home, to the Dali Museum in Figueres or the iconic Montserrat jagged mountain where you can visit a sacred alpine monastery.

Portugal is equally dynamic in its offerings including a guided
wine tasting with the country’s top winemakers in sun-kissed
vineyards, taking a petiscos tour of a dynamic city like Lisbon or Porto, visiting a cheese house in Estremadura, learning how to make an authentic Francesinha with local chefs, shopping in some of the worlds best food markets or fine dining in Michelin-starred restaurants. Whatever your craving, we will always find the perfect tour for you.