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Natural beauty and a warm climate. Soft sandy beaches on a coastline of 850 km.
Great diversity of landscapes and environments, from ancient to modern.
World-renowned and historic producers. Traditional or haute cuisine options.
Regularly placed in the top five safest countries in the world.
The Portuguese are friendly and enjoy welcoming foreigners. Most Portuguese speak English as a foreign language.
You get support in joining the non-habitual resident tax regime.
The northern region of Portugal is crossed by the Douro River, a world heritage landscape where Port wine and Douro wines have been produced for about two thousand years. The second largest city and one of the oldest European cities is Porto, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Porto is the meeting point of several cultural experiences. In the same region, Braga, Viana do Castelo, Guimarães, Vila Real, Chaves, and Ponte de Lima are also known for their natural and cultural heritage, with Roman bridges, medieval castles, and spas.
In the Center of Portugal, you can live among fishing villages and beaches used for water sports. National parks such as Serra da Estrela, century-old buildings such as the Monasteries of Batalha or Alcobaça, the University of Coimbra or the Convent of Christ in Tomar, and the waterways of Aveiro make this part of the country a vibrant region to live in.
Portugal's capital, Lisbon, is the oldest city in Western Europe. A city full of authenticity and history, where the sun shines 300 days a year and the Tagus River meets the horizon. Also known as the City of the Seven Hills, Lisbon is the ideal place to listen to Fado, taste the famous Pastel de Nata and enjoy a mix of modern architecture buildings and wonderful monuments. Near Lisbon, you can discover the mythical Sintra mountains, with its palaces, legends, and castles, go to the sandy beaches of Cascais or Estoril, or explore Mafra and its memorable Convent.
Green plains, olive trees, cork oak groves and a slower pace of life is what best characterizes the Alentejo Region. Ideal to enjoy the sun, discovering historical places like Évora, Arraiolos and Marvão. In the Costa Vicentina Nature Park, you can explore a vastness of beaches like Vila Nova de Milfontes, Sines, Comporta, Odeceixe and Aljezur.
The Algarve is one of Europe's most popular vacation destinations, with a fantastic climate, beaches and cliffs, golf courses and several seafood restaurants. In this region it is possible to live in harmony with culture, tradition, and nature. Here you can also find cosmopolitan beaches like Vilamoura, Albufeira, Lagos, Carvoeiro, Portimão, Tavira and Armação de Pêra.
A Madeira and Porto Santo Island are in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. In the region of Madeira, you have unique landscapes and the opportunity to live in the middle of nature. Funchal is the capital of Madeira Island, where you can discover the Lavradores Market, the Botanical Garden and stroll along the network of levadas.
A remote archipelago with 9 volcanic islands, blue lakes, different traditions, and a dialect specific to the region. It is considered a green paradise. The Azores is the preferred location for those who choose to live in the middle of nature. The largest island is São Miguel, and the other 8 islands are Faial, Flores, Graciosa, Pico, São Jorge, Santa Maria, Corvo, and Terceira.
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