Articles by Jemma Porter
Portugal’s coast is amazing, but you can save a lot of money – and get far more space – if you head inland. These quieter Algarve villages are rich in culture and not far from the beach, either.
How is coronavirus – Covid-19 – affecting Portugal? With most of Europe in lockdown to try and control its spread, how is Portugal coping and what is the expats’ view from the Algarve and the cities?
With its sprawling stretches of soft sand, ochre-coloured cliffs and deep blue waters, the Algarve’s coast is one of the best in Europe. These beachfront villages put the best of it on your doorstep.
With over 300 days of sunshine each year, miles of sandy beaches and lots of world-class golf courses, it’s easy to see why the Algarve is one of Portugal’s most attractive places for foreign buyers.