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Lagoa, in the Algarve, has been awarded the title of “Best Municipality to live in” in Portugal
Lagoa, in the Algarve, has been awarded the title of “Best Municipality to live in” in Portugal

Nov 10, 2022 What's On

A study carried out by the Institute of Behavioral Technology (INTEC) gave the Municipality of Lagoa the best score in the areas of Tourism; Welfare; and Safety, Diversity and Tolerance.

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Portugal voted best country in the world to travel to,  according to Condé Nast
Portugal voted best country in the world to travel to, according to Condé Nast

Oct 11, 2022 General

Portugal voted the best destination in the World and in Europe to travel in 2022

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All About the D7 Visa: The Visa for Retirees and Income Earners
All About the D7 Visa: The Visa for Retirees and Income Earners

Sep 15, 2022 Legislation

The D7 Portugal Visa is a type of visa intended for those who have their own passive income and who, in this way, can not only support themselves but also spend their money in the country, as is the case for retirees. Naturally, the more income you have the more likely you are to succeed with your visa application. Likewise, stable and recurrent incomes are always preferable in the view of the Portuguese government.

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Moving to Portugal  - get to know some of the Portuguese customs.
Moving to Portugal - get to know some of the Portuguese customs.

Sep 12, 2022 General

For non-Portuguese people, sometimes understanding the Portuguese can be a little tricky, but usually people fall in love with Portuguese hospitality and culture.

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Taxes for residents and non-residents when buying property in Portugal
Taxes for residents and non-residents when buying property in Portugal

Aug 17, 2022 Economy

The difference between buying a house in Portugal being a resident or not depends on the purpose of the house. If you buy a house to live in Portugal, you are buying a permanent home and are a resident, but if you do not live in Portugal and you buy property there it will count as a second home. This affects the property taxes you’ll have to pay.

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