Mediterranean Diet Route shown in Faro Today and tomorrow

There are activities for different tastes and audiences

Companies and entities that are part of the Mediterranean Diet Route (RDM) are showing themselves at an event taking place today and tomorrow, the 26th and 27th of September, at the Algarve Regional Museum and Praça da Liberdade, in Faro.

The “Mediterranean Diet Route by Faro” «is a festive celebration of the Mediterranean lifestyle, open to the entire community». Today, the event can be visited between 10:30 am and 18:00 pm. Tomorrow, opening hours are between 10am and 00pm.

The program, which can be consulted in full, here, there are several practical activities, including the “Story Teller”, for the whole family and guided bilingual visits through the ancient city of Faro, with the route between the Municipal Museum and the Algarve Regional Museum, where there will also be an exhibition of local artisans and producers.

The public can enjoy gastronomic demonstrations from private Rui Palma, who will bring with him the recipes for Risotto de Lingueirão and Amendoada de Cação, with free craft workshops (cane and empreita), dance workshops and traditional music.

All activities are free, although, in the case of arts and crafts workshops and guided visits, they require prior registration, which should be done here.

The event takes place as part of the celebration of World Tourism Day, which takes place tomorrow, the 27th.

On that day, the Regional Museum of Faro and the Municipal Museum of Faro have free entrances.

The event is organized by Associação In Loco, promoter of the +Algarve project, supported by CRESC 2020 and the Municipality of Faro, partner and member of RDM since the first hour.

The Mediterranean Diet Route is a community of companies and entities united to promote the Mediterranean Diet and that assume with pride and determination the mission of organizing and providing all tourists and visitors with the best sensory and emotional experiences, so that they can get to know and enjoy in depth this ancient lifestyle, recognized as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.