Stretching just 560km from the mountainous north to the sandy south, Portugal embraces wide diversity, rich history, hidden treasures and cosmopolitan living within a framework of political and social tranquillity. The country places a premium on privacy and individual freedoms and benefits from a low crime rate while the cost of living is one of the lowest in Europe.
A NEWSWEEK magazine analysis of education, health, quality of life, economic competitiveness, and political environment ranked Portugal 27th across the world.
Portugal placed 12th best globally for healthcare by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Compact, sophisticated and picturesque, the nation’s capital is a leading investment destination in the urban redevelopment and residential property sectors.
Commercial developments are very much on trend and investors can still find prime location contemporary apartments or classic 19th century houses within walking distance of premier shopping areas with antique stores and trendy boutiques alongside local bakeries and grocers. The market has attracted a strong demand from foreign investors, drawn not only by the tax benefits, but also by Lisbon’s old world charm and modern conveniences, such as leading medical facilities, international schools, transport, and a major European hub airport which is just a 16 minute hop on the swift, modern metro.
Long a mercantile centre and now a World Heritage city, this northern powerhouse is the nation’s second largest city.
Porto makes an excellent base with its modern shopping complexes, infrastructure and transport, international education, medical care and easy access to glorious vineyards. The city centre is enjoying a major revival with good investment opportunities on well-priced business and period properties. Palatial quintas and manor houses are available in the posh district of Foz right on the Atlantic and also dotted along the Douro River within minutes of Porto. Its award-winning airport, 15km from the city centre, has flights to some 30 European cities.
Sun lovers are thrilled by the Algarve’s guaranteed fine weather, sweeping beaches, and inviting seaside resorts.
The Algarve has long been one of Europe’s leading holiday and property hotspots, attracting sound foreign investor recognition with scope remaining and opportunities still unfolding. The Golden Triangle at the heart of the Algarve is its most affluent destination. The elegant resorts of Vale do Lobo and Quinta do Lago in particular attract celebrities and high net worth individuals enjoying the privacy of stunning properties. The cosmopolitan resort of Vilamoura offers a grand marina, modern hotels, ocean-side dining and boutique shopping along with a host of sporting activities on its 2,000 hectares. The Algarve boasts some of Europe’s best championship golf courses, prestigious restaurants, calm cafés and vibrant bars alongside everyday amenities, first-rate medical care, advanced infrastructure and a busy international airport.
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Portugal is ...
...voted Nº 1 destination in the world by the world tourism awards
...ranked the 5th most peaceful nation on earth by the Global peace index
...placed 12th best globally for healthcare by the World Health Organisation
...ranked 17th for the most number of world heritage sites by Unesco
...a magnet for foreign investment