Portugal has been named as the best country in Europe for expats by InterNations Expat Insider 2021 survey. Using responses from over 12,000 expats, the survey ranked 59 different countries around the world on four factors: quality of life, ease of settling in, personal finance and working abroad.
Portugal’s GDP saw the third highest growth in the eurozone in the third quarter of this year, something that Portuguese Minister of State and Finance, João Leão, believes “reinforces the confidence that Portugal will continue to grow above the European average in the coming years”.
Many people considering a move to Portugal seek authenticity and a genuine Portuguese lifestyle. This can mean thinking outside the box and avoiding the more well-known areas. In this article, we discuss moving to Aljezur – a place that certainly puts a tick in the “authentic” column.
Picture-perfect Carvoeiro delivers the ideal that most people visualise when considering a life in Portugal’s Algarve: Azure sky, sparkling sea, and a perfect cove beach surrounded by whitewashed villas. In this guide, we look at the many benefits of buying a home in Carvoeiro.
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