The spacious bedrooms are comfortable, tasteful, color-co-ordinated and all different.
Miguel has stacks of enthusiasm for looking after people, and staying at their ‘farm of the moon’ is delightful on many levels.
Appealing to architecture fans and music lovers alike, Porto's Casa da Música has become one of the city's best-loved icons since opening in 2005.
Designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, its sharp angles and uncompromisingly modern design make a bold statement in a city known for its conservatism – a boldness which is matched by the adventurous programme of concerts and recitals encompassing everything from classical and jazz to fado and electronic music.
ead our Telegraph Travel expert guide to the Algarve, including the best places to stay, eat, drink as well as the top attractions to visit, flights and all of the key information that you need to know before you go he light on the Algarve is fantastic.
To draw the curtains each morning and see the high blue skies and the bright, energising light never fails to raise my spirits, even after 12 years of living here. It’s a region of hidden delights, of golden beaches framed by beautifully wrought limestone rocks, of small, simple restaurants where the taste of the fish – just caught, just grilled and drizzled with a local olive oil – will pull you back time and time again. Inland, up in the hills of Monchique, you will see a way of life that has disappeared from much of Europe.