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The coastal hiking path “Trail of the Headlands” was inaugurated in 2018. Just like its sister trail; The Seven Hanging Valleys Trail, this route offers amazing views of the unique seascape in southern Portugal.
It’s our 2nd favourite hike in Algarve and will bring you close to dramatic cliffs, pristine beaches and natural sculptures. It may be a stretch to declare it a walk on a cloud, but it’ll definitely get you closer to the heavens.
The Seven Hanging Valleys Hiking Trail is probably the most beautiful hiking path in Algarve – and even in all of Europe, according to European Best Destinations.
The area is emblematic of the amazing seascape of Algarve, so if you’ve only got time for one, great hike while you’re in the Algarve, this should be it!
How do you make the most of a 3-day trip to Sicily? There are some tough decisions to be made! Did first-time visitor Soham choose right?
Check out his guide, where he makes the most of his precious time on this wonderful island.
All over Europe, covered shopping arcades was THE vogue from the end of the 18th century to the beginning of the 20th. They are small historic pockets in many cities, and especially in Cardiff, the unpretentious capital of Wales, they hide everywhere.
No wonder Cardiff is called “City of Arcades” as it has most covered shopping arcades in all the UK. Ready to go on a shopping spree back in time?
Croatia is not only the birthplace of Zinfandel, it’s also home to many other autochthonous grapes.
Terra Madre winery struggled with transforming a rocky patch between Split and Dubrovnik to an award-winning vineyard.
In times of turmoil, is it safe to travel? Desirable? Reckless? It all depends on your destination’s level of safety and your willingness to take a risk.
Greece has just imposed a nationwide lockdown, making it precarious to travel only for pleasure at the time being. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t go sometime in the near future. Chiara Crisafulli shares with us her thoughts – and struggles – about travelling in Pandemic times.
From the mighty peak of Mont Ventoux, through lavender fields at Abbaye Notre-Dame de Sénanque, in the footsteps of Van Gogh in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and along the rugged, azure-coloured coast of Marseille.
Provence is perfect for hiking.
Follow us on our 10 best hikes in the region.