Month: March 2024

Long gone are the times when Tenerife tourism was only associated with familiar fodder listed on laminated menus. That food is still available for those looking for home comforts, but tastes in Tenerife have changed, and so has the quality on offer. These days creative Canarian is the dish of the day, with no less
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Bernardo Zuccon of Zuccon International Project drew the 57Steel Combining an enormous volume with a 56.5m LOA and perfectly balanced proportions – as well as thoughtful customisations that set her apart from her sisters in the series – Virtuosity is the second hull in the new 57Steel range from Sanlorenzo. Creating the new 57Steel line for Sanlorenzo
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A roundup of wine news, that this month includes orange trends, better bottles, wine digs and spills, and lots of ways to sip through the eclipse. PROVENCE GETS [MORE] STAR POWER. George and Amal Clooney will join the ranks of super-rich superstars making wine in southern France, joining the likes of Brad Pitt (who released
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Through the ages Sicily has been a crossroads and crucible of Mediterranean culture. The island today is a fascinating palimpsest, its history and abundant natural wonders ensuring that there’s something for everyone: the historic cities of Palermo, Catania and Siracusa; the Etna region with its volcanic landscapes, fertile wine country and picture-perfect Taormina; Ragusa, Modica
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Yes, there are a million and one beaches (well, 72 listed on the tourist board website at least) on which to stretch out, switch off and toast into a nice shade of bronze. But to do just that is nothing short of a crime on such a multi-faceted island. Up, down, inside, outside: everywhere you
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Threadneedles Hotel, the former of one of London’s most prestigious banks, recently announced a groundbreaking partnership with renowned caviar purveyor, Caviar House & Prunier. Underscoring both brands’ commitment to preserving their legacy, while embracing innovation, the hotel’s luxuriant banking hall was transformed into an all-day Caviar House restaurant, complete with a banking counter-turned-ultra-opulent bar. And
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With its world-famous archeological sites, including the Curium near Limassol and the Tombs of the Kings in Paphos, luxury thalassotherapy centres and spas, water activities, and mountains dotted with vineyards and nature trails, Cyprus offers an endless variety of things to do during your holiday. You can try your hand at snorkelling, or diving if
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Few names carry as much gastronomic heft as that of Yannick Alléno. With an illustrious career spanning multiple decades and continents, Alléno has carved out a reputation as one of the world’s foremost culinary innovators, earning an impressive 16 Michelin stars across his 17 international restaurants; not least of which, Pavyllon London, which recently earned
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Cyprus is often referred to as being at the crossroads of three continents – Europe, Asia and Africa – and as such their time-served influences can be seen on the menus of countless tavernas across the island. But, don’t go thinking Cyprus is set in its ways. In fact, this forward-thinking island has embraced grand
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“Power of Portions” report finds smaller portions can help tackle obesity and food waste A new report released last week by Georgetown University’s Portion Balance Coalition spotlights the growing importance of smaller portions to consumers. The study, which was supported by six Coalition members – the American Beverage Association, the American Frozen Food Institute, General
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Like Majorca and Ibiza before it, Tenerife is finally succeeding in shedding its tacky chrysalis, and morphing into a sophisticated destination happy to hold its own in the company of high spenders, gastronomes and choosy golfers. That’s not to say the ‘old Tenerife’ has met its maker, it just self-perpetuates in the background while Michelin
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It’s the day to be region-agnostic as this sipping holiday salutes whiskies from all over Though whiskey has a long and distinguished history of distillation, dating back more than 500 years, it wasn’t until 2009 that it got an “official” day of celebration. Each March 27, International Whisk(e)y Day—the parenthesis is used to be inclusive
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