There’s plenty going on here in the Algarve and Portugal at large this week. Reports are suggesting that we’re in for the highest increase in house prices in Europe – so it’s really imperative that buyers get ahead of that curve. We’re continuing to bask in sunshine, with temperatures remaining around 29°C right through this month. Plus, we’re seeing more investment coming in down here on the coast – a new airline route between Portimão and Bragança is becoming more and more popular. Here’s your news update from Portugal.
Madeira has long been popular with British and other international holidaymakers. It has winter warmth, stunning flora and countryside and plenty of flights from the UK. It’s a friendly island too, with a wide range of leisure facilities and a gorgeous capital city, yet all in a slightly more relaxed atmosphere than some Portuguese locations. But what of Madeira property? What will you pay and where should you be looking? We have all the answers, and you can search property for sale in Madeira here.
Portugal is a country of contrasts. Take the Algarve; a ten-minute drive can transport you from a rustic village to the glitz and glamour of a resort in the Golden Triangle. Or Lisbon, where a short walk will take you from an upmarket district, home to boutiques and glamorous apartments, to a charming neighbourhood with peeling paint and washing hanging from window sills. When you’ve worked out your budget, Portugal has the homes.
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