There are many ways to arrive at the beach — but being driven in a banana yellow tuk-tuk comes with a certain aplomb.
The electric rickshaw is just one of the treats on offer at the new Anantara Vilamoura Algarve Resort in Portugal, a sprawling 280-room complex 20 minutes from Faro airport. I’m here with my wife, Montserrat, and our daughters, Marina, 12, and Sofia, nine. And we are four fortunate campers.
The beach is only four miles away, but it takes the quirky charms of the tuk-tuk to tempt the girls away from the hotel’s five swimming pools.