Taste tapas in Santiago de Compostela, capital of Spain's Galicia region and famous for marking the end of the Camino de Santiago pilgrim trail. Discover the proud fish-mongering heritage of the port city of Vigo. Then step across the border to uncover the flavours of Portugal, featuring African, Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern influences thanks to centuries of invasion and trade. Sip your way around the Douro Valley, a stunning region responsible for introducing the world to port wine, and enjoy a home cooked dinner and a farm stay in the Alentejo region - fast gaining a reputation as a hotspot for Portuguese gastronomy. Finish up with glass of Ginjinha (wild cherry liqueur) in the charming city of Lisbon.

Highlights

Cook up a Galician feast using Vigo's finest seafood

Sip world-class wines in the spectacular Douro Valley wine region

Discover why Alentejo is Portugal’s best kept foodie secret on a farmstay

Stand around with the Lisbon locals and enjoy a tipple of cherry liqueur