Combining the power of analog and digital cameras, Cole Sprouse employs his distinctive reportage approach to portray togetherness ignited by the forces of nature based on Canada Goose’s Live in the Open philosophy: take life head on; live joyfully, bravely, and without reservation; embrace community; and forge deep connections with the natural world.
Porto, Portugal’s second-largest city, has a rich history, places to see, azulejo tiles, port wine, and great food. Its manageable size makes it easy to visit most of the main sights in a weekend.
Located in northern Portugal, about 90 minutes east of Porto by car, Six Senses Douro Valley encapsulates everything the brand stands for. Occupying a 19th-century quinta (wine estate), the 71-key property feels like a spa retreat where you can just as easily detox or indulge, depending on your mood.
Mateus Rosé, the medium pink, lightly sparkling, off-dry, fruity, and oh-so-easy-drinking wine from Portugal, appealed not only to cultural and literal royalty, but also to millions of people around the world. It was the most-sold wine in the world in the 1970s, but it was no one-hit wonder: this year, Mateus celebrates its 80th anniversary, and it’s still going strong.
Casa Dois is a converted fish warehouse that sleeps four. The architects took the small two-storey structure and converted it into a minimalists’ paradise with plenty of outdoor terrace space, a feature typical of the traditional Algarve home, so guests can enjoy the warm climate.
The ability to age is one of the transformations taking place in vinho verde wines. Largely the work of a new generation of winemakers, a range of wines in a new style have been heading our way in the last few years.
A beautiful sculptural home in Lagos, Portugal that blends seamlessly with the old city, concealing a modern oasis inside.
Vogue Café, a restaurant run by media giant Condé Nast, offers chic decor and exquisitely plated dishes, appealing to guests who wish to step straight into the pages of a luxury magazine.
The secret is out: Portugal can no longer claim its once-held status as a hidden gem. Yet, for all the fanfare, even its capital city of Lisbon feels unspoilt.