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The mild climate, affordable prices and numerous landmarks have tourists and foreign investors flocking to buy property to Portugal. Villas in Portugal along the Algarve’s southern coast and the Lisbon’s Extremadura province are the most in demand.
The Algarve and its endless beaches are perfect for golf, tennis and water sports. Here, people buying houses for sale in Portugal go to Vale do Lobo, Quinta do Lago, Vilamoura and Albufeira. A
The picturesque region of Alentejo, north of the Algarve draws buyers with its olive woods, vineyards and cork tree gardens. Property here is cheaper than the Algarve and a
The coast stretching west of Lisbon is where you can find the most expensive villas in Portugal, starting at €1,000,000. The old fishing villages of Cascais and Estoril are now large modern resorts. There is a yacht marina, surfing facilities, numerous nightclubs and bars in Cascais. Estoril is home to one of Europe’s oldest casinos and seven excellent golf courses. However, there are cheaper homes on the Lisbon Riviera too and €215,000 can buy a house within a