Information guides to buying property in Portugal

information Our information guides are to here help anyone who is looking to either purchase or rent a property in Central Portugal or if you are intent on visiting the region for a holiday.

We will be adding more information in the future, however if you need any assistance in the meantime please don’t hesitate to contact us, as we will be delighted to help in whatever way we can.

Purchasing … Read the rest


Buying a property in Portugal

Tomar historical centerBuying a property abroad can be a daunting prospect, but here at Chavetejo, our aim is to help you through the whole process with the minimum amount of fuss.

When you are looking to purchase a property abroad, whether for the first time or the fifth, our advice is the same – ensure you are completely satisfied and happy to start the purchase procedure before you part with any money.… Read the rest


Getting to Portugal

map of PortugalYou can get to mainland Portugal a number of ways, probably the easiest and quickest is to fly. Flights from the United Kingdom to Portugal take on average about two and half hours, though this depends on your destination airport.

Portugal by Air: The country has three international airports: Faro in the Algarve; Lisbon in Central Portugal and Oporto, to the north. All three airports are operated by ANA Aeroportos … Read the rest


Accommodation in Central Portugal

accommodationPortugal has an enormous range of accommodation to suit everyone’s budget from campsites through to luxury manor houses and castles. Portugal has a vast array of pensions (pensãos), hotels, boarding houses and historic manor houses. Prices can range from 20€ a night for a basic pension up to over 200€.

As well as hotels and pensions Portugal has over 40 Pousadas, government run hotels which have been converted from monasteries, … Read the rest


Living in Central Portugal

tomar-river2In 2006 the office of national statistics in the United Kingdom recorded record levels of Britons leaving the country permanently to live abroad. In 2006 alone over 380,000 people migrated to find places in the sun and the trend is growing.

Already there are over 50,000 Britons living in Portugal full-time, however the majority of those are based on the Algarve. Though the number discovering and moving to Central Portugal … Read the rest


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