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Enjoy exploring the friendly city of Porto, perched on the beautiful Rio Douro
Six Senses is one of the finest hotels in the Douro Valley with its gourmet restaurant and state-of-the-art spa
Discover the scenic Douro Valley region with a cruise along the river in a private boat
A fantastic destination for foodies, this region of Portugal is known for its Michelin-starred restaurants and traditional petiscos
Porto and the Douro Valley can be visited year-round, however the best times to travel are spring, early summer and autumn. During these times the weather is pleasant, however in July and August temperatures can reach up to 45°C. In the winter, temperatures drop and it can be rainy, particularly in November, December and January.
Get under the skin of northern Portugal as you explore all that this beautiful region has to offer, from the medieval architecture of charming Porto to the breathtaking scenery and delectable red wines of the Douro Valley.
Set on the banks of the Rio Douro, Porto is a vibrant and fascinating city, with charming buildings to admire and a fabulous culinary scene to enjoy alongside its rich wine heritage. The ancient port houses of the city line the river, while the historic centre of Porto and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ribeira, is home to the pastel-coloured houses that the city is famed for.
The Yeatman is the city's 'wine hotel' and as such is a real paradise for wine lovers. From the wine tasting masterclasses to the Caudalie Vinotherapie Spa, much of the focus here is on Portugal's fabulous wines. During your three nights at The Yeatman, enjoy tasting a wide variety of wines or relax with a soothing treatment using products made with vine extracts.
Spend your days exploring the colourful city of Porto, weaving through its winding streets, before recharging with petiscos - the Portuguese take on tapas, or for those looking to discover more of the region, travel out of the city to nearby Aveiro, a quaint town built on a picturesque series of canals.
After getting to grips with Porto's fascinating culture and delicious local Port, travel along the river to spend four nights at the stunning Six Senses Douro Valley. Well known for its world-class spa - a destination in itself - this is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the beautiful views of the river and the vineyards that surround it.
One of the oldest demarcated wine regions in the world, the Douro Valley is naturally home to a huge selection of exceptional wines. Spend an afternoon in the hotel's own Wine Library, where private wine tasting sessions are conducted by the Six Senses' sommelier, or cruise along the river to one of the historic local vineyards, known as Quintas. Wine lovers visiting the area in the autumn months can even participate in the harvest activities, including the centuries-old tradition of stomping the grapes.
If you manage to tear yourself away from the peace and tranquillity of the Six Senses, discover the natural beauty of the Douro Valley with a private boat trip along the river, or alternatively, enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime helicopter flight to take in the breathtaking scenery from above.
Spend an afternoon tasting local fine wines and discover the art behind traditional wine production with a selection of guided tours.
Experience the beauty of the Douro Valley in style - cruise along the river in your very own private boat. Admire the incredible scenery en route and stop for a delicious traditional lunch.
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