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No matter where you hail from, you’ve got to eat. And as the Food Network attests, people from different walks of life and cultural backgrounds appreciate good food wherever they find it. That said, some destinations prove incomparable when it comes to delicious eats and treats. Let’s take a closer look at kid-friendly vacations for foodies and why your family will fall in love with them.
The Algarve in southern Portugal is renowned for idyllic villages, rugged cliff-backed beaches, kid-friendly theme parks, and delectable cuisine. The region has a laid-back vibe that welcomes families and includes plenty of kid-friendly amenities. Vacationing in this area also puts you a stone’s throw away from picturesque islands that welcome exploration. Keep reading for our family-friendly Algarve itinerary.
Portugal is the oldest nation in Europe and has the monuments, architecture, and landmarks to prove its. Family-friendly activities abound in this welcoming and hospitable nation, bringing Portugal’s rich history to life. Here are a few of our favorite things to do when traveling Portugal with kids.
En route from Lisbon, to Galicia we decided to spend a night in the Douro Valley, Portugal’s famed wine region. We selected the Aquapura Hotel because it has a great reputation, was in good proximity to wineries and they were offering an amazing deal on the rooms. Our grand plan was as follows: 1. Check […]
Our Lisbon stop was short but with sufficient time to sample some great fare and a couple of ice cream shops as well. Traveling through central Portugal, the Portugese Coast and parts of Spain with a 5-year-old and 11-month-old, we decided that it was easier on this trip to eat lunches out and cook dinners back […]
From Evora, Portugal we drove to the coast near Comporta where we stayed at Cocoon Eco Design Lodges. I’m happy to report no mishaps on this leg of the trip. In fact, both kids slept for a good portion of it. When we pulled up my husband said we booked to stay in a trailer […]
We started our two week road trip through Northern Portugal and Spain on Saturday. We packed the car in advance the night before so we could basically get up, feed the kids and go. Of course there were last minute things to do in the morning but we were in the car by 10:00 and […]