Let’s retire to…Monchique

Let’s retire to…Monchique

For many people, Portugal’s Algarve is all about shimmering beaches and fresh seafood. However, there’s a whole inland section of the region with plenty of charms of its own. If a market town with mountain vistas appeals to you more than a coastal resort, it could be a great idea to retire to Monchique.
Non-habitual residency in Portugal: all you need to know

Non-habitual residency in Portugal: all you need to know

Portugal is a highly desirable location for permanent living and for retirement. But it’s not just about sunshine, great food and friendly people. The non-habitual residency scheme allows many people moving from overseas to pay a special low, flat tax rate on their Portuguese income – and no tax on foreign income, including pensions.
The Algarve’s celebrity hotspots

The Algarve’s celebrity hotspots

The Algarve has long been a magnet for global celebrities. What exactly is it about this warm, sun-drenched, beautiful land by the sea, with its golf courses, Michelin-star restaurants, spas and all manner of entertainment that they love so much? See where the celebrities live in the Algarve: they could be your next neighbours…
Why Alentejo’s coast is tempting us from the Algarve!

Why Alentejo’s coast is tempting us from the Algarve!

The ‘bread basket of Portugal’, the Alentejo is known for its farms and vineyards. It also has a gorgeous coastline, with some of Europe’s best (and least discovered) beaches. This paradise is one of the best value places to buy in Portugal, too. While house prices are booming in Lisbon and the Algarve, the Alentejo is 5.8% down on its peak levels. But don’t let that put you off – this is an up-and-coming location.

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