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Gourmet – 30 Must-Do Experiences

The Yacht Corker

With its wild terracotta cliffs and deep blue waters, the French Riviera is best appreciated by yacht – how else can you drop anchor in Cannes bay, pop into St Tropez for lunch or swim at Cap Ferrat? Neo Yachting will whizz you around on the sun-drenched coast – and stock your fridges to bursting point with the only acceptable drink for a Riviera jaunt, cold, crisp Laurent Perrier.

The Tropical Cookery Class

Hartwood Restaurant, Tulum

Chilled-out Tulum is the darling of the barefoot-luxe Insta-food scene – with the slow-cooked pork with cacao at trendy Hartwood, or shrimp tacos at Gitano, simply raking in the punters. Look to cook some of the finest traditional Mexicana dishes for yourself at bohemian, checkered-tablecloth Rivera’s Kitchen – homemade tortillas, black-bean soup, mole and fava bean salad are all on the menu.

The Wine Tour

Wine tasting is so much better when you don’t have to drive. And when you can visit wineries so exclusive, their doors are often shut or restricted to the public – such as Burgundy’s Maison Faiveley, or South Australia’s Rockford. That’s where wine experts Arblaster & Clarke come in. They don’t just take the wheel, they also get you into the likes of Modoc’s Château Pichon-Longueville at the click of a finger.

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