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The apartment and complex are great. Claudia is a very welcoming host and we felt that if there had been any problems she would have been available and keen to help. The nearby village is interesting and unspoilt, with a bustling fish market and some great walks in and around it. The coast is stunning and there is a row of fantastic (mainly mostly fish) restaurants within easy walking distance of the apartment. Also, a lovely Italian restaurant in the village, with beautiful sea views from the upstairs balcony. The only minor downsides (which we were aware of before going and which the owner cannot do anything about to be fair) are the lack of nearby public transport and the fact that the area immediately surrounding the complex is pretty run down with quite a bit of litter blowing about. Overall though we had a super week and enjoyed being in a very well equipped and clean apartment in a lovely area.Read more
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16 May 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Top Lists
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21 February 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Portugal
Don't pass up on Porto. Whether you're after a much-needed city break or a summer escape, Portugal's second largest city is brimming with romantic nooks and medieval relics. Come on, we'll even show you around.
29 March 2019 Posted in General
Portugal is home to some truly iconic images, the yellow trams in Lisbon and the domed roofs perched on top of majestic palaces in Sintra. But, these sights can all be found to the south and although it's a popular tourist destination, many often forget about the charming city of Porto in the north of Portugal. It's a hub of historical beauty, winding backstreets and medieval architecture, and a place brimming with colour, particularly on the old town skyline. Many travel from all over the world just to sip the sweet delights of Port, and as the originators, they've perfected the art of creating the spirit. These are just a few of the most bewitching sights in Porto.
Guest Post: Julie Dawn Fox Gives us 10 Things to See and do in Esposende Apart From Lying on the Beach
29 March 2019 Posted in Portugal, Guest Posts
As you might expect from a low-key coastal resort town at the mouth of a river, many of Esposende’s attractions and its culture revolve around the water. Judging by the number of beachfront restaurants and cafés, one of the most popular things to do here is gaze at the coastline while eating or drinking. Don’t worry - there are plenty of ways of burning off these calories during your holiday.