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Portugal - Algarve

Portugal Is The Place For You

Portuguese explorer and trader Jorge Álvares (died July 8, 1521) is credited as the first European explorer to have reached China and Hong Kong by sea after making first contact on Asian soil in Guangdong, Southern China in May 1513.

Now the circle is being completed as Chinese investors are beginning to see Portugal—on the far West coast of Europe—as the perfect place to live and to pursue their businesses within the European Economic Community and all the markets that this opens up for them.


Why is Portugal the perfect destination for your investment project?

Portugal is not only a good country in which to invest but is also a most desirable place to live and do business as well as a place to visit and enjoy.  You can find here a safe country, environmentally responsible, with all the privileges nature has to offer, rich leisure and culture and with high quality healthcare facilities. Portugal is blessed by abundant sunlight, clean air and warm temperatures that, certainly, makes you feel motivated and productive at work and serene and relaxed in your leisure time.

As an investment destination, its success is based on the country's positive approach towards business development and attracting foreign investment.

This approach has ensured a favourable business environment, making us an excellent location within the west coast of Europe: we have strategic access to markets, competitive operational costs, pro-active reforms, a network of modern infrastructure, a commitment to education and science, and flexible, dedicated and competent human resources.

These factors have contributed to a steady flow of new investment in manufacturing, tourism, commerce and services, as evidenced by the significant number of companies who have chosen to invest in Portugal recently.

Natural resources:

Fish, forests (cork), iron ore, copper, zinc, tin, tungsten, silver, gold, uranium, marble, clay, gypsum, salt, arable land, hydropower.

Agriculture - products:

Grain, potatoes, tomatoes, olives, grapes; sheep, cattle, goats, pigs, poultry, dairy products; fish.


Textiles, clothing, footwear, wood and cork, paper, chemicals, auto-parts manufacturing, base metals, porcelain and ceramics, glassware, technology, telecommunications; dairy products, wine and other foods; ship construction and refurbishment; tourism.


Exports - commodities:

Agricultural products, food products, wine, oil products, chemical products, plastics and rubber, hides, leather, wood and cork, wood pulp and paper, textile materials, clothing, footwear, machinery and tools, base metals

Spain 22.7%, Germany 12.4%, France 11.9%, Angola 6.5%, UK 5.3%, Netherlands 4.2% (2012)

Imports - commodities:

Agricultural products, chemical products, vehicles and other transport material, optical and precision instruments, computer accessories and parts, semi-conductors and related devices, oil products, base metals, food products, textile materials

Imports - partners:

Spain 32%, Germany 11.5%, France 6.7%, Italy 5.3%, Netherlands 4.9% (2012)



Portugal’s most southerly region has a wonderfully mild and healthy climate, the cleanest air, 300-plus days of sunshine (3,000 hours!) per year, and splendid beaches bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, which make it a perfect destination for all seasons. The Algarve is barely 150 km wide from west coast to the Spanish border in the east, yet boasts an amazing 39 of Europe’s best golf courses, some of which are ranked amongst the best in the world with designers like the legendary Sir Henry Cotton, Arnold Palmer and Sir Nick Faldo. No wonder the Algarve is known as the sunshine playground of Europe!  The historic town of Lagos is a cornucopia of fantastic high-value, high-status properties, located within an area that is hugely popular with the more affluent and discerning buyer seeking luxury state-of-the-art properties set on spacious plots with high degrees of privacy yet within a few kilometres of the finest golf courses, beaches, restaurants and social amenities. There are very few places in the world to match the Algarve in offering such luxury, such privacy, such security and such sporting and social interaction all within such a compact and family-friendly community.





Lisbon is an illuminated city. The almost constant presence of sunshine and the River Tagus transforms the Portuguese capital into a mirror of a thousand colours - highlighting the city’s unique architecture and beauty.
There are so many things to see and do in Lisbon that visitors have access to a wide array of different experiences.
As we walk through Lisbon - whose history spans back thousands of years – we find streets filled with heritage monuments, and characteristic neighbourhoods where the city first developed and can still be experienced at its most genuine level.The River Tagus, whose riverfront is dedicated to leisure activities and links the monumental zone of  Belém  with the modern area of the Parque das Nações. Lisbon has nightlife  that continues till dawn, several sports,  with excellent Golfe courses and beaches close at hand. You can  also experience calmer moments in Lisbon in the  city’s parks, gardens, belvederes, cafés and esplanades. Or simply enjoy the pure pleasure of being in Lisbon, through its gastronomy, luxury hotels, spas and shopping centers.



Portugal was born in the North was founded in the 12th century and the Portuguese became a people and a nation. Porto is a World Heritage city, is the gateway and departure point for a journey across the natural and cultural diversity of the region. It is known for the Port wine which is shipped from here all over the world, but also for a heritage which combines ancient churches and monuments, such as the Cathedral and the Church of São Francisco, and modern buildings, such as Casa da Música and the Serralves Museum. And also for its School of Architecture which bred names like Álvaro Siza Vieira and Eduardo Souto de Moura, both winners of the Pritzker Prize. The region is crossed by the River Douro which enters Portugal between the ravines and mountains of the interior to flow through the entire World Heritage landscape where the Port and Douro wines are produced. It is from here that the wine is sent to the lodges at Vila Nova de Gaia, as the cruises touring the region make their way upriver.Whether in leisure activities, like golf and spas, or business, this region is acquiring a huge prominence and a peculiar charm.

You will find the Baroque architecture of Northern Portugal in its stone and gilded carvings side by side with rural chapels. In its cities, which retain a human scale, such as Viana do Castelo, Braga, Lamego, Chaves and Vila Real, and in the manor houses and stately halls, you will find the genuine Portuguese people, who like to share their table, their customs and traditions. In Porto and Northern Portugal, the joy and gratitude for all we have and are is experienced in the most spontaneous way.

Portugal Property How to Choose the Right Real Estate

How to Choose the Right Portugal Real Estate for You

Portugal Real Estate has been attracting investors from different parts of world.  

Portugal is not only a perfect place for those looking to live close to nature, but also for those who are seeking for opportunities to grow their trade. However, a major decision like this needs to be deliberated thoroughly. Your investment can turn into a burden if the property will not prove right for you.

Why Buy a Property in Portugal

Portugal is a region in the southernmost part of Europe. For example the Algarve It is not just any region, but the third richest in the country. About 10 million tourists spend their vacation in Algarve each year. The town of Lagos in particular, are popular for its gorgeous beaches, verdant pastures, and spectacular historical sites.

The climate is mild, with infrequent rains during the period from December to March. Summer is when all the fun begins, with most holiday-makers spending their time by the shore. Restaurants are in every corner, serving a wide range of delectable cuisines and wines. Luxury golf courses, nightlife, shopping centres, and supermarkets surround the residential areas.

Factors to Consider When Buying Portugal Real Estate

Portugal Property for sale is not limited to homes, villas, and apartments. There is a Portugal Real Estate for any budget and specification. To find the right property to buy, it will help to consider the factors below.

  • Security. Portugal is an economically stable country. There are instances of inflation, but the real estate industry remains strong. This may attribute to minimal crime rates and low cost of living. Jobs are offered from different sectors—tourism, fishing and aquaculture, manufacturing, etc. A significant portion of the population is content at working from home. Whether you are looking for a property to turn into rented accommodations, to resell for a higher price, or to make your home, you will never go wrong with Portugal property for sale.
  • Budget. Portugal Real Estate prices are lower compared to real estate prices in other European territories. But before you look for a specific property to buy, you need to set your price range first. It can be easy to get persuaded by sales talk from a real estate agent. A little more than your target price will not hurt, but once you go beyond your price range, you may not know when to stop. Stick to your budget to avoid the risks of a financial trouble.


Specifications. Determine the specifications of the property you want to buy. Look ahead in the future, and decide what you will use the property for. The number of rooms you need, the size of the kitchen, or the style of the house should be planned well. Portugal Real Estate websites can help you find the property that fits your description. You can also use a Real Estate agent if you are not comfortable about finding a property on your own. Nevertheless, you should check for his or her background first.


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