Do you want to live/invest in Algarve, Portugal?
If you want to buy a house and live in the Algarve or buy and monetize while you are away, I will help you and make this process very simple. I also help you if you need bank credit, finding the best agreement.
If your purpose is investment, I will do an evaluation and help you to make the best deal.

Why Portugal? Why Algarve?

Let's start by talking about Portugal, which has so many qualities and pleasures for those who live here, such as weather, safety, tasty food, beautiful beaches from north to south, great quality of life and low cost of living.
Many foreigners choose this corner of Europe to enjoy and live life. From cottages in the countryside, surrounded by nature, to apartments and villas in the big cities and close to the beaches.

The Algarve encompasses bustling seaside resorts all along the coast, medieval villages, captivating towns and extensive countryside, which means it offers something for all tastes and needs.

The central Algarve, south of the A22 freeway, tends to accommodate its largest urban settlements, with resorts such as Praia da Rocha, Lagos and Albufeira offering a lively lifestyle, along with superb golf courses, although north of this freeway, small hidden villages delightfully preserve a traditional and tranquil way of life.


The Algarve boasts more than 10 international schools, such as Eupheus International School and Vilamoura International School, making it perfect for families considering relocating to the area.

In terms of further education, the University of Algarve has four campuses, of which three are in Faro and one in Portimão.

The majority of the country’s universities are in or around Lisbon and Porto.

Activities and Entertainment

The Algarve suits those who enjoy an outdoor lifestyle, with boundless opportunities to engage in various water sports at its large number of beaches, and exceptional hiking and cycling in places such as the Sudoeste Alentejano e Costa Vicentina natural park, which contains rugged coastal scenery and high cliffs, as well as the Ria Formosa natural park.

The area is famous for its golf too, with several top courses including Espiche Golf, Pine Cliffs Golf Course and Amendoeira Golf Resort.

Across the region’s towns and villages are some exceptional historical monuments and captivating sites, including the Benagil Caves at Carvoeiro, the Sé cathedral in Faro, and the castle in Silves, which has remarkable views over the town and surrounding countryside.

Art and Culture

The Algarve might appear to be all about the beaches, but the region has an outstanding and vast array of museums and galleries, including the award-winning Museu de Portimão, as well as excellent museums in Faro, Silves and Loulé.

The country has a lively market culture, with most towns and cities including Loulé, Lagos, Faro, Silves and Aljezur all holding weekly markets showcasing the region’s delicious fresh produce.

The Algarve likes to celebrate, with various events during the year including the three-day Carnaval de Loulé just before Lent, and FolkFaro among the many music festivals held throughout the region.


Simple and fresh local produce cooked to perfection defines the cuisine of the Algarve, which boasts abundant seafood, vegetables, cheeses and cured meats.

Typical dishes include conquilhas à Algarvia (clams with fried onion, garlic and sliced Portuguese sausage), feijoada (a bean stew including pork, cured meat, vegetables and herbs) and leitão (24-hour roasted suckling pig). The region has a wide range of exceptional restaurants and bistros which offer their take on these and other delightful local dishes, including Michelin-starred restaurants in Albufeira, Porches and Portimão.

The region’s wine is predominantly red, and made from classic Portuguese grape varieties including Castelão and Touriga Nacional. The wine produced here tends to have a high alcohol content thanks to the warm microclimate created by its proximity to North Africa and the Monchique mountains protecting it from cold weather from the north.


Faro Airport connects the region to domestic and international destinations.

Faro’s train station offers high-speed services to the country’s main cities, including Lisbon which can be reached in as little as 3.5 hours.

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