In the 2022 Italy Property Guides survey, 52% of readers expressed the desire to buy an Italian property for less than €200,000. Almost a third of buyers wanted to spend between €100,000 and €200,000. So,we wondered, how realistic a budget is that? What size and sort of property can you expect to buy for that? And where in Italy will you get more for your money?
When you buy a property in an Italian region with Blue Flag beaches, you are sure of sparkling clear waters and good beach services on your day out at the seaside. So where are the new Blue Flags for summer 2022, and the best of the usual winners?
For many of us traveling from the UK, Manche is the first we see of France, as we arrive at ports like Cherbourg and St Malo. But as we drive off the ferry and speed down to Nouvelle Aquitaine or Brittany, this beautiful and rugged coastal department certainly bears taking a closer look, especially the pretty and affordable property in Manche.
If you’re buying a property with a garden in Cyprus, lucky you! Nowhere is better for outdoor living and life around the pool, the garden or on a sundrenched terrace. But tending a garden in Cyprus holds different challenges and opportunities to one in the UK. See what you need to know.
Whether you’re a nature lover, a frustrated farmer or just want to ‘grow your own’, the amazing value of properties for sale in France with land is an exciting opportunity. Truly living the good life can be reality, but you need to know what you’re getting into.
It’s not just one of Tuscany’s prettiest towns, it’s also easy to reach and has affordable properties. But what are the highlights of the town and its surroundings, and what will you pay when buying property in Lucca, Tuscany?