Where is the cheapest place to live in Ireland?

If affordability is high on your priority list and you’re wondering where the cheapest place to live in Ireland is, we’ve got you covered. At the end of 2021, average house prices in the Emerald Isle were €290,998, but there are plenty of areas where property is much cheaper than this. Here are five affordable places to buy a home in Ireland.

What you can do in Spain over the Christmas holidays, whatever the weather!

Everyone is hoping to get together with their family over the Christmas holidays, despite the latest wave of Covid infections which are climbing in Spain as everywhere else. For the moment, life continues to be fairly “normal” but with some mandatory rules such as wearing of masks both inside and outside, vaccine passports to enter certain events and in some regions, to enjoy a meal inside a restaurant or a drink inside a bar.

Cruising to new adventures in Cyprus

As I’m sure you’ll remember from what I’ve told you in my other feature articles, Cyprus is a fantastic place. You’ve got what I call the sun, sea, and sand at your fingertips whenever you choose to enjoy them. You’ve also got fantastic local, cultural tavernas and cosmopolitan restaurants and bars too, plus hotels that are operated to very high standards. So, not only is Cyprus a great place to take a well-earned holiday, but it’s also a brilliant place to live.

Dublin or Donegal? Which county will you choose?

One of the main joys of Ireland is just how different each county is. From vibrant and colourful cities to jaw-dropping rugged landscapes, there is something for everyone in the Emerald Isle. Today we compare two counties, Dublin and Donegal, delving into what each has to offer, the best places to buy a home and how much it would cost you.

Where to buy a home in America’s mountains

America has fallen in love with its mountains! Property prices have been shooting up as people leave the cities for some beautiful outdoor space. Could you join them, and buy a home in America’s mountains? 

The best of the Costa Blanca South

The Costa Blanca South extends from Alicante to the border with Murcia. Bursting with historic towns and cities, beautiful marinas, Blue Flag beaches and exciting landscapes, the area has a lot to offer property buyers. Here are two great parts of the ‘white coast’ to start your search…