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There is nothing new about health tourism. Whether it’s the ancient Greeks packing up their robes and heading to the temples at Epidaurus, the healing centre of the classical world, or the fashion in the 18th century for taking the waters in Bath (having inherited them from the Romans), we have always craved a break from the daily grind for the good of our wellbeing.

Having recently stumbled into my forties, I am no exception. So when the opportunity came to sample a rejuvenating health programme at the Longevity Health and Wellness Hotel in Alvor on Portugal’s Algarve, I snapped it up before any younger colleagues got a sniff.

The Longevity

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