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The Best Mix of Portuguese Music, Bands, Fans and Culture ...... presented in English Unpublished`Tosta Mista´, the newest Portuguese music discovery radio show to target the International marketplace has landed in North America, the UK & further.

Well known Portuguese journalist and music guru Álvaro Costa together with International Development and music consultancy firm The Portugal Music Scene have teamed up with RTP Radio Antena 3 in Portugal and idobi.com to launch this intuitive internet radio show.

‘The happy issue!’Read the January 2018 issue of Enjoy the Algarve, ‘The happy issue!’
In it: lots of fun and happiness! Like horse riding on Praia do Garrão, improving your mood with flowers, dancing on the beach with balloons and three Algarve-based activities that produce an instant shot of joy. 
What makes you happy? For yoga teacher Sanne Theben Terville it’s yoga and meditation, whereas expat Kinga Lundblad is most content when exploring the Algarvian countryside and squeezing her own orange juice. Others get their pleasure from skinny-dipping, singing Fado or helping stray dogs. 

German soldier greets British “Tommies” with a Christmas tree in “No Man’s Land”Christmas 1914, the First World War. On the front lines in Europe, there was a truce. That word does not mean much to many now, but over 100 years ago for the men in the trenches, it meant everything.

It was the worst and most violent conflict the world had yet known. At the time they called it the Great War, since they did not know there would be another. It was truly a war between empires in the old world sense – French, Russian, German, Austro-Hungarian, Ottoman and British. In 1917 the Americans would join them.

Ocean3“We would like to invite you to the Ocean Restaurant and will value your opinion on the experience.”

This is exactly the sort of email that I dream of. A chance to experience a Michelin two-star restaurant at a resort I already know and love - Vila Vita Parc, near Armação de Pêra whose management must have heard that it was I, dear reader, that once dined at the world’s best restaurant in the history of all restaurants, El Bulli.

Top Ten Retirement Destinations In The WorldOf all the cities, towns and regions of the top ten retirement destinations listed by Live and Invest Overseas for 2017, Portugal’s southernmost region, the Algarve, took the lead for the fourth year in a row, followed by Malta’s capital city, Valetta, for the second consecutive year.

“I’m not surprised by the outcome of the list as these destinations tick all the right boxes,” says James Bowling, chief executive officer of leading residency and citizenship by investment facilitator, Monarch&Co.

RecreativaSmallOlhão’s Christmas market starts this Friday, 8th December at 11:00am in the Recreativa building, near the Church in the Avenida da República.

This Christmas market has been organised by the newly formed arts and social organisation ‘Associação Cultural Re-Criativa República 14,’ based in this wonderful old building, which promises all sorts of hand-crafted products, works of art from local and foreign artists, plus food and other gifts and goodies to take home.

Why the Algarve? Read it in Enjoy the Algarve’s December issueRead the December 2017 issue of Enjoy the Algarve, ‘Why the Algarve’
In it: we’ve investigate why expats move to the south of Portugal. Their reasons range from craving a more laid-back lifestyle to wanting to be nearer to the ocean. For Christine Holmes, it was the wish to live a less stressful life among ‘people who have time for people’, whereas for the German Robert and his donkeys, the clean air here sealed the deal.

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