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5
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Just off the coast of Normandy, the tidal isle of Mont Saint-Michel is home to a beautiful abbey, charming hotels and wonderful lunch spots. It's also do-able as a side trip from Paris... read more »
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Destination: Cornwall
Trip type: Food and Drink
With fantastic places to eat (especially if you love fresh fish) and wonderful places to stay, Cornwall is well and truly on the foodie traveller's map... read more »
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5
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Edinburgh is full of great restaurants to suit all budgets. Scottish food is world class and the restaurants highlighted here all have one thing in common - they are fabulous!... read more »
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4.6
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Destination: Jersey, Jersey
From famous potatoes to fabulous fresh seafood, creamy dairy produce, cider and even wine, Britain's most southerly isle is heaven for hungry visitors.... read more »
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5
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Destination: Sicily
Trip type: Food and Drink
The zestiest lemons, the fruitiest olive oils, the most amazing anchovies... if you love food, you can't help but love Sicily too. Here's a chef's guide to the gastro goodies on offer... read more »
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5
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Destination: Barcelona
Trip type: Beach, Food and Drink
Barcelona's fishing district, Barceloneta, is the place for paella and heaped plates of shellfish. Here are some of the best restaurants in the area... read more »
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5
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As simple pleasures go, eating heaps of the freshest oysters and mussels takes some beating. Add a few glasses of chilled cava and a view of the Med for a perfect day on Spain’s east-coast Ebro Delta... read more »
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4.5
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Destination: Cephalonia
Trip type: Beach, Food and Drink
Surprises and contrasts are what some of us travel for, and there are plenty of both to be had on the lovely Greek island of Kefalonia, in the Ionian Sea... read more »
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4.25
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Although time and the comfort of modern living insulate us; a stormy weekend on the English north east coast shows how different and difficult a life by the sea used to be... read more »
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4
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Destination: Vigo, Baiona
The port of Vigo in north-west Spain is a highly attractive city and offers some of the country's best seafood and wine... read more »
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4
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To enjoy world-class seafood, perfectly cooked and served up in romantic locations, you don't need to look any further afield than Scotland... read more »
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4
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Destination: Nice
The capital of the Côte d’Azur, Nice is one of France’s culinary hot spots, mixing a strong Italian influence with the finest local ingredients... read more »
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4
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Foodies should go on a culinary tour of Marseille, sampling the city's magnificent local delicacies and tasting the international options on offer... read more »
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4
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Destination: Cape Town
Cape Town isn't just a beautiful city - it also has a great foodie scene, with strong European influences. From breakfast to sundowners and beyond, these are my favourite places to eat and drink... read more »
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4
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From Britain's greatest novelist and a Victorian engineering genius to smashing seafood and an Italian ice cream heaven, the south coast resort of Broadstairs has got the lot ... read more »
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4
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It was difficult to climb Pyla's scorching sands, but when I arrived at the top, I had a strange feeling of peace and a 360 degree-view of blues and greens to rest my eyes on... read more »
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3
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Destination: Helsinki
Jacques Chirac was once very rude about Finnish food - but just ignore him. Head for Helsinki and you'll find some great places to eat... read more »
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Destination: Cape Town
Trip type: Food and Drink
From Table Mountain to the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Town has a range of mouth-watering food that will keep you returning year after year... read more »
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Málaga may be reinventing itself as a cultural destination but there’s a lot more to this unfairly overlooked Spanish jewel... read more »
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Conil de la Frontera is 60km from Tarifa, the windsurfers' mecca, and offers similar conditions without the crowds. For deserted beaches and peerless seafood, head for this idyll south of Cadiz... read more »
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