Iberian Traveler

Culture, Wine & Gastronomy

Spain, Portugal & France


Savior Spain’s Food, Wine and Culture from Galicia to the País Vasco, and from the Ribera Del Duero to Andalucia and beyond.

Spain has evolved into one of the premier wine and gastronomic destination in the world over the last 25 years and continues its remarkable explosion in quality and diversity, unprecedented in the history of wine. It’s nearly endless number of world renowned chefs, Michelin-starred restaurants, exceptional vintages, spectacular scenery and welcoming nature make it the perfect destination for gourmands and lovers of great wine.

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Explore Portugal’s long history and culture of wine from the Minho and Douro River Valleys in the North to the Algarve in the South.

Wine making in Portugal dates back more than 4000 years, to the time of the Phoenicians who were thought to have introduced winemaking in the South. The wine growing regions included the Vinho Verde, Trás-os-Montes, Porto, Douro and Dão in the North, Lisbon in the West, the Alentejo to the East and Algarve in the South, as well as the Azores and Madeira Islands.

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Experience the Best of France from Normandy to the Alsace, and from the Pays Basque to Provence.

Take a drive through the lush, hilly wine regions of southwest France from Bordeaux to the Irouléguy, Jurançon Béarn-Bellocq and Madirdan wine regions. Discover the delightful villages, bell epoch architecture and spectacular scenery of the Pay Basque-Béarn, where some of the world’s great grape varieties originated. Or head to the world famous Languedoc-Roussillon, the most productive wine region in the world. The Alps in northeast, between the Vosges and the Rhine,  where you’ll find the gothic cathedrals of Alsace, is one of the most beautiful regions of France.

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Note: You will need an ETIAS Visa Waiver to travel to Europe beginning in 2021.

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