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Lord Byron’s famous phrase “Eat, drink and love… the rest is not worth a nickel” reminds us to appreciate the good things in life. When it comes to food, the Costa do Vizir region has much to offer visitors. A typical meal will feature a stew of beans and whelks (feijoada de búzios), seafood cooked in a traditional cataplana or a tender veal tournedos, washed down by one of our local aromatic white wines, or rich and historic reds. Foodies will find much to delight them and wine enthusiasts can explore the region’s treasures.

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THE VIZIER'S SUGGESTIONS

Açorda de camarão.

Ingredients:

800g prawns, 2 eggs, 1 loaf Alentejo bread, 3 cloves of garlic, 0.5l olive oil, coriander and salt to taste.

 

Boil the prawns in salted water. Drain and keep the cooking water. Heat the oil and garlic in a pan, until the garlic turns golden. Add the bread which has been soaked in the water from the prawns. Bring to the boil, stirring all the time to obtain a smooth açorda consistency. Season with salt. Add the prawns, egg and coriander, and stir. Enjoy!

WINES

The Costa do Vizir region is also

a treasure trove for wines

 

A host of different grape varieties means the region’s wines range from full-bodied reds to the lightest and freshest of whites. Breathe deep and savour the aromas of the deep Southwest. Start by serving an En’Costa do Vizir red, on sale in the campsite grocery store, and let it take you over the scented plains of the Alentejo. If you want to learn more about the art and tradition of winemaking in the region, book a visit to one of the recommended wineries.

 

Visit  www.apvca.pt or talk to us at the reception.

AROMAS OF THE ALENTEJO PLAINS

On sale in the grocery store and the restaurant.