“Across the full range of our tours we really do spoil ourselves when it comes to meals.”


Dining Adventures is the name that regular participants of our Tours have suggested as an alternate company name.

Their argument is that while the driving is amazing and travels through spectacular countryside, it really just an excuse to get from one great restaurant to another. Across the full range of our tours we really do spoil ourselves when it comes to meals. It could be the amazing Chez Roux above a tiny fishing village in the north of Scotland, a cafe in a tiny village on the edge of the desert in the USA, Vineyards in Tasmania and New Zealand or a brilliant french restaurant in Martigny, Switzerland. The European Tour tends to be a foodies delight, from our first night we are spoilt for choice. Restaurant Christophorus in the Porsche Museum. Borgo Scopeto in Tuscanny, the Suret in Cannes.

Every night on every tour we make a point of proving that there is a lot more to our tours than just driving.

Good dining has been a major part of the Driving Adventures from day 1. Up to now it has usually been as part of a multi day tour but now we are going to celebrate lunch in its own right. Interested? Read more.

Places We’ve Dined

Le Val d’Ambleve

Route de Malmédy 7, 4970 Stavelot, Belgium


Largo delle Poste, 11, 32043 Cortina d’Ampezzo BL, Italy

La Gazzella

Via Vandelli, 416, 41053 Maranello MO, Italy

Le Manoir

4 Petite Rue Saint-Antoine, 06400 Cannes, France

La Brouette

9 Bis Rue d’Oran, 06400 Cannes, France

Les Trois Couronnes

Place du Bourg 8, 1920 Martigny, Switzerland

Al Filo

Via Dante, 6, 23032 Bormio SO, Italy