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Gastronomy & Wine – Minho and Douro Valley’s

Gastronomy & Wine – Minho and Douro Valley’s

per person

Portugal is known for its wine production, from port to sparkling wines, all regions have distinctive characteristics allowing the production of wines of a known quality.

The regions visited in this tour are distinct, but with wines of character, Vinho Verde and Port.

The Region of Minho is located in the heart of the Alvarinho wine region. An ancient grape variety of exceptional quality, known for the range of wines it produces in the Vinho Verde region, specifically in the two sub-regions of Monção and Melgaço. In addition, most of the vinho verdes are combined with the Loureiro grape variety, so Alvarinho has a markedly floral and fruity profile.

The city of Porto is known for its historical sites, Unesco’s classified heritage, the golden river (Douro), its people and, of course, port. Port is produced in a region far from the city of Porto, in the Douro valley, but it is in the city of Vila Nova de Gaia that the cellars are located where it is stored and aged, to become a drink of extraordinary aromas and palate, a drink of the angels, some say.
It is not possible to visit Porto without having the experience of sampling a glass of port, but better still would be to taste the wine with the vineyards or the barrels in which it is stored as a background. It is a voyage in time, with a touch of contemporaneity. The combination not to be missed in this experience is the unique gastronomy of this region.

6 Days
1+ Age
  • Destination
  • Included
    Gastronomy & Wine – Minho and Douro Valley’s
    Tourism Fees (if applicable)
    Visits to museums
    Meals included in the program
  • Not Included
    Trout fishing
    Horse ride with training
    Wine tasting (3 different wines)
    Transfer to the archaeological site
    Boat trips
    Jewish Guide
    Guided visit by a local storyteller
    Visit to the Cellar with wine tasting
    Visits Indicated in the Program
    Transport in Tourism Bus
    Anything that is not specified within our program
    Monuments personal expenses
    Hotel Extras
    Tourism Taxes
    3 Star Accommodation
    4 Star Accommodation
    5 Star Accommodation
    Tourist Guide
Day 1 | Arrival Porto
Lunch with view, and visit to the city centre [Fish Fixe | Vinum | DOP]. Visit to the wine cellars with wine tasting [Ramos Pinto, Ferreira, Taylor’s]. End the day with a Sunset Port and dinner at a wine cellar restaurant. Transfer to the hotel, check-in and overnight stay.
Day 2 | Porto and Ponte de Lima
Visit to the architectural music hall, Casa da Música. Free time lunch in Matosinhos, Porto’s neighbouring city known for its fish [Os Lusíadas, Mauritânia]. Departure to Ponte de Lima. Visit to the city, known as the capital of the Vinho Verde region. Wine tasting and tapas Dinner and overnight stay in Ponte de Lima.
Day 3 | Soajo and Melgaço
Breakfast and departure to Soajo to visit the region and villages. After lunch at Soajo, departure to Melgaço and visit to the wine region. Check-in at the accommodation and dinner in Melgaço. Overnight stay.
Day 4 | Monção and Amarante
Breakfast at the accommodation and departure to Monção. Visit to one of the most well-known white wine producers. Lunch at the village of Ponte da Barca and departure to Braga. Check-in at the hotel and dinner in the city centre.
Day 5 | Amarante e Douro
Breakfast at the accommodation and visit to the historical centre of Braga. Departure to a wine estate in Lixa, near the Douro valley. Visit and lunch. Departure to Pinhão for a visit and coffee break at a Port wine estate. Accommodation in Douro.
Day 6 | Porto
Douro river boat ride from Pinhão to Romaneira. Lunch at a local restaurant. Return to Porto and transfer to the airport