The April 2016 issue of Enjoy the Algarve, made in Portugal, is out now!
Read it here and please feel free to share with your friends.
In it, you’ll find a lot of things that are produced in Portugal. From traditional stuff like cork, fish and porco preto, to IT, footwear and clothing. We focus on the Portuguese economy, Portuguese inventions and how to prepare a new generation of Portuguese entrepreneurs.
Naturally, we won’t forget our favorite region: the Algarve. Instead of sun, sea and sand, this month we go inland and visit the almost forgotten village of Carriços, where old inhabitants follow their rural customs. Think: no streaming water in the house and ploughing the land is done by donkeys. We also spend one day in Silves and tell you what not to miss in this historical town.
This month’s Picture Perfect photographer gives tips on people photography, this month’s expat comes from Porto (according to her, living in the Algarve is very different from the lifestyle in the north of Portugal), and this month we try making cork jewellery (insider’s tip: take it easy on the super glue).
Arthur van Amerongen writes about the ‘culinary delights’ of Transavia’s inflight menu whereas Typical Portugal focuses on piri piri sauce. Want to win a few bottles? Take part in our April competitions – also do this if you’d like to win a visit to a cork factory (it’s easy: just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org).
Happy reading, raise those Portuguese flags up high and please share the magazine with your friends – muito obrigado!