With 100 miles of coastline on the south of the province alone, Portugal’s Algarve is a wonderful beach destination. From the vast seascapes of the east to the rocky coves of the west, there is something for everyone. What’s less well known is that there’s also plenty inland for those for whom beaches aren’t the top priority.
With 300-plus days of sunshine each year, rain tends to take southern Portugal by surprise. You won’t find country pubs with log fires like in the UK, so what do you do when the rain comes down in Portugal?
Portugal’s ‘non- habitual resident’ tax regime has done much to make Portugal the retirement destination of choice for people from France and Italy. Two recent reports in The Portugal Resident have brought Portugal’s appeal as a retirement destination into sharp focus.