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Camilo Beach in Lagos, Algrave, Portugal

Living In The Algarve Where Every Day Feels Like August

Why Portugal’s Algarve Is Hard To Beat Portugal’s Algarve is often called Europe’s most famous secret. This region boasts Europe’s best beaches, golf courses, some of Europe’s friendliest folk, and Western Europe’s lowest cost of living. It’s also Europe’s newest tax haven. Today, as we gear up for our first ever Live and Invest in Europe…

The Agarve, Portugal

Portugal’s Incredible Story: One Of The Biggest Empires

Once A World Player, Now A Little-Known Safe Haven Picture a chain of historic and charming small towns strung together by a single-lane highway, people walking or biking along, passing roadside stands offering fresh fruit at unbeatable prices (3 euros for a 5-pound bag of oranges!). The weather is warm, and blossoming vines grow over…

Port wine and some cakes in Porto, Portugal

All The Info On Moving To Portugal At Our 2019 Conference

These Expats Find That Portugal Has It All “About a year ago, my wife and I made the leap,” writes Terry O’Halloran. “We moved halfway around the world, to Portugal. “Maybe we were a little crazy, but we haven’t looked back and we couldn’t be happier. “We’d lived in Hawaii for 40 years, and my…

Cascais Beach

You Can Retire In Cascais, Portugal, Even In Your 30’s

Meet The Underage Retiree When you hear the words “early retirement” in the United States, you probably think of someone downing tools at 60… or maybe 55. But how many people do you know who retired at 45? Or even at 30? We’re meeting more of these “underage retirees” at our conferences these days. Men…

Faro Algarve Portugal Beach Deserta Island

Why Algarve, Portugal, Is The #1 European Beach Destination

As Close As You Get To Paradise If you’ve been a reader of Live and Invest Overseas newsletters for any length of time, you’ve probably heard us say (at least a dozen times) that there is no perfect paradise. No single, one-size-fits-all retirement haven solution. We don’t mean to disappoint, of course. We call it…