In the media
Monocle joined our Med Food Tour in Loulé and recommend you to join it too in the Drinking & Dining Directory of 2019.
"In Loulé we meet Joana Martins and Antonio Guerreiro, the two friends behind Eating Algarve Food Tours. We are both from the Algarve... “We want to help boost the economy and change perceptions of the Algarve by sharing our food, drink and cultural heritage with visitors.”
Check at issue n.º 2 - Spring/Summer 2019
The Sunday Times Travel Magazine
The Sunday Times Travel Magazine selected our Fisherman Food Tour in Faro to fall in love with the city history and food.
"Stop in Faro for its Old Town surrounded by Moorish Walls; lunch on grilled squid in the shade of the 13thb century cathedral... Follow your nose or get the foodie inside track with eatingalgarvetours.com."
Check at issue July 2019
The Telegraph joined our Ria Food Tour in Olhão to taste and understand how to EAT around the Algarve.
"The market was part of a six-hour, Saturday food marathon organised by Eating Algarve (eatingalgarvetours.com), which offers a portfolio of tours across the region taking in Lagos, Loule, Silves, Faro and Algarve wine country as well, all tapping into the increased interest in Algarve cuisine."
Forbes Selected Eating Algarve Food Tours as one of the 7 REASONS TO VISIT OLHÃO.
".. it’s better to embark on a moveable feast with experts. Eating Algarve Food Tours is a new company run by two young Algarve natives who recently returned after living abroad and set out to showcase their local gastronomy. Along with walking tours that combine snacking with culture, cooking classes and wine tours...!"
We took Monocle for a walking food & cultural tour in Olhão and its gastronomy, community and historical districts.
"Eating Algarve Food Tours, a company that runs trips to the town´s market, fish canneries and restaurants, old and new...
A window into Olhão´s past, the tours swerve for-the-masses fare that swamps many Algarve resort."
Check at issue n.º 108 - November 2017
Maíson Côté Sud
L'Algarve - Riviera portugaise. We took Maíson Côté Sud on an exclusive journey and shared ome food for thought and for stomach ;)
"Joana is waiting for us on the forecourt of Carmos Churche. She will make us visit Faro according to her passions: the history of art and cooking! Because here, everything is connected. The caravels of the Discoveries are stocked with fish, salt, wine and figs in the ports of Algarve. In Olhão, Joana introduces us to the fishermen's cuisine in tascas (snack bars)..."
Check at issue n.º 167 - août / septembre 2017