From gentle white water rollers to near perfect barrels and thumping reef breaks, the Algarve has it all–and being situated on the corner of the Iberian Peninsula means it has the widest swell window in Portugal.
Seasoned climber and WildBounds contributor Chris Kalman visits Catalonia and explains how to get to the most famous of all Spanish climbing destinations – Siurana. Here's where to stay and what to take with you.
Chef Kieran Creevy’s mouth-watering slow cooked goat tacos were inspired by a trip to the Canary Islands for the start of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge – one of the world’s greatest ocean rowing events
Expedition chef Kieran Creevy is renowned for his gourmet wilderness meals, which are inspired by local landscapes and cultures. This warming chicken soup was created while winter camping in the mountains of the Georgian Caucasus
Expedition chef Kieran Creevy is renowned for his gourmet wilderness meals, which are inspired by local landscapes and cultures. This hearty stew with fresh cornbread was created while trekking in the mountains of the Georgian Caucasus
Just because you’re cooking over the campfire doesn’t mean you can’t go gourmet. This luxurious classic chicken dish from France's Brittany region is really simple but very classy, not to mention absolutely delicious.
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In 1871, a group of clubs came together to agree the rules of rugby, becoming founding members of the Rugby Football Union. There were 21 clubs in total – 8 of whom are still active. But what about the rest?