Early in 2023 the great tomato shortage hit the UK and the press whipped the country into a frenzy. At the time I was watching Jeremy Clarkson’s highly entertaining series on his attempts to be a farmer and the two events coalesced into the realisation that the UK is not paying attention to food security. It’s a horrible phrase in itself but I do believe that climate change (yes I am one of those and no I am not woke) is going to force each and every country to assess its ability to feed its population.
Sick of the office? Good news – Portugal has launched a new one-year digital nomad visa.
Under the new scheme, remote workers are able to live and work in the country for up to 12 months.
Here’s how it works!
If you’re considering retirement abroad, you need information, and you need lots of it. But more than that, you need guidance on interpreting that information. That’s what we’re here for, and that’s why we’ve compiled the 2023 Annual Global Retirement Index: to help you with the exciting business of choosing where in the world will best suit your needs.
Portugal is famous for its stunning scenery, Mediterranean climate, and laid-back vibes. But in recent years, Portugal has also been receiving attention for its safety.
According to the Global Peace Index, Portugal is ranked the sixth safest country globally and the fourth safest among the EU 27.
Over half a million travellers from 178 countries have voted for the European Best Destinations 2023. Portugal has two locations in the 20 most voted destinations (out of over 400 destinations) awarded the title of “Best European Destinations 2023”.
Discover Portugal, perfect for a city break, a sunny holiday, a romantic getaway, shopping, culture or immersion in nature. Or living!