As the Brexit transition period comes to a close at the end of this year, you may be wondering what to do about residency if you’re currently living in France, or if you plan to move there before 31 December. We outline the key points about French residency in this article.
The Dordogne has long been one of the most popular areas of France for British people (and others!) to visit and move to. Brimming with history, with utterly beautiful countryside and chocolate box villages, it’s easy to get to from the UK, offers fantastic local food and wine, and excellent value for property. Let me introduce you to some beautiful Dordogne villages for property buyers.
Although the British government has imposed quarantine rules on people travelling from France to the UK, there is, as yet, no quarantine in France for travellers from the UK. You can still travel freely, with all transport routes open and French society continuing as normal. That includes property buying too.
The Pyrenees is a spectacular mountain range spanning around 430 kilometres between France and Spain. And maybe one of the many towns and villages of the Pyrenees could be your perfect place to settle!