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Where to Stay:

 

Silent Living: This hotel is set in a gorgeous 18th century building, surrounded by monuments, beautiful palaces, and a lovely park with stunning views of the river. We were charmed by the beauty of the place, and quickly decided to make this our new family home.

 

 

 

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Day dresses, Boscus Dress, £762

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Accessories, Medium Rosa Bag in Natural, £355

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Best Sustainably Minded Restaurants:

 

Senhor Uva: Building close relations with farmers that supply the restaurant offers the possibility to work as fresh, locally sourced, and seasonal as possible. Regenerative agriculture and permaculture keeps the availability varied and pushes the kitchen team to keep up with mother nature and create new dishes as the seasons evolve. Keeping waste to a minimum and contributing to the local economy while eating and drinking with a conscience defines our approach to a new type of hospitality. The wines have been chosen due to the unwavering commitment to the environment from the producers in the vines and the purest expression of terroir with hands-off vinifications.

 

 

 

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Day dresses, Misogi Kimono Ikebana, £814

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Accessories, Siesta Jute Sandals in Natural, £148

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Restaurant Sem: From plastic-free operations to environmentally conscious design choices, sustainability is at the forefront of everything Sem does as they strive to challenge the status quo and provide excellent food, drinks, and hospitality. Their model is founded on two pillars: to combat food waste and to support regenerative agriculture. The proprietors call it an exercise in systemic change, because everything starts from their relationship with farmers and producers in Portugal who are working at the forefront of regenerative agriculture. “The industry calls them suppliers. We call them partners,” reads the manifesto.

 

 

 

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Bottoms, Minera Skirt Khaki, £681

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Scents, Circa 91 Eau De Parfum, £140

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Dahlia Lisbon: Dahlia’s team brews original dishes by combining international techniques with the best of seasonal produce. Small plates are what they serve best in this modern establishment frequented by both locals and expats alike. The kitchen is led by chef Maurício Varela and his incredible team of creative professionals. There are also inventive cocktails, like a Kaffir lime sour and a hibiscus fizz, and a good selection of natural wines.

 

 

 

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Fashion, Phos Blouse, £510

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Accessories, Reclaimed Gold Amuleta Earrings, £199

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Arkhe: Perfect for our vegetarians! ! Situated in the centre of the city, Arkhe features a discreet façade and an interior where the dominant decorative themes are open stonework and tasteful minimalism. The cuisine here is the realm of chef João Ricardo Alves who, having worked in various kitchens around the world, decided to open this new space with a focus on vegan/vegetarian cooking and seasonality.

 

 

 

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Dresses, Kata Jumpsuit, £676

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Accessories, The Hope Bag, £395

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Copenhagen Coffee Lab: This beautiful cafe utilizes a very efficient roasting too, the Loring S70 Peregrine. Its single burner convection design produces consistent and precisely developed coffee every time. This great feat of engineering allows us to significantly reduce our carbon footprint, recycling the air batch by batch, working with almost complete convection. With traditional roasters, there is comparatively more conductive heat transfer, risk of greater roast difference between the inner and outer bean, and an increased risk of over roasting the coffee. With Loring, the heat transfer is drastically more efficient, meaning more to play with when profiling our coffees, and up to 80% less fuel and greenhouse gases per roasted batch when compared to traditional roasters. Plus, it’s a super cute place to visit that brings Scandi vibes to Lisbon!

 

 

 

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Bottoms, Misoki Trousers, £505

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Beauty, Hyaluronic Blossom Facial Mist, £35

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Where To Shop:

 

Consi Go: https://consigo.org/shop/

 

 

 

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Just Outside of the City!

 

Terramay Farm: Thomas Sterchi and the de Brito family, who have been friends and professional partners for many years, share a vision: turning a regenerative agriculture and sustainable tourism project into a unique experience and fighting desertification. After countless trips to the south of Portugal, on November 15th of 2018, the 562-hectare property on the banks of the Alqueva was acquired and Terramay was born. Terramay means Mother Earth and is the home and livelihood of our horses, cows, pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, bees and plants.

 

 

 

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Day dresses, Claudie Striped Smock, £160

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Accessories, Large Helen in Natural, £134

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Friends of a Farmer: A true Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project, Friends of a Farmer reflects a mutual commitment between farmer and consumer to support regenerative, small-scale farming. Through the seasonal commitment of our members, we are able to thoughtfully and patiently farm organic produce without waste. Together with members, they are building a community dedicated to regeneration and the joy of living in harmony with our environment. As consumers we face choices that define our relationship with the earth. As an alternative to a world of fast food and harmful industrial-scale agriculture, they strive for a return to a more authentic, respectful approach to our nourishment.

 

 

 

 

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Accessories, Siesta Jute Sandals in Natural, £148

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Bridal, Juliet In White Eau De Parfum, £140

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What To Pack For Lisbon!


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Olistic The Label
Pluma Dress White
£1,108
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Olistic The Label
Caelum Blouse Green Anise
£424
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Deborah Tseng Jewellery
Moon Earrings in Gold
£265
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Team Dr. Joseph
High Protection Sun Cream SPF30
£43
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Olistic The Label
Mizu Ikebana Dress
£728
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By The Sun
Palma Pants
£185
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Uri Studio
Large Helen in Natural + Black I
£142
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Juni Cosmetics
Organic Lipstick in Lola
£38
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Fawn and Freda
Freda Lounge Set in Embroidered Linen
£160
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FaTH Skincare
Faith’s Travel Essentials Set
£175

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