Guide to buying luxury property in Portugal: Cascais

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Look up from the Algarve to the middle of Portugal and you will come across Lisbon. Look left from the capital and you will come across Cascais. It may appear small on the map, but the former fishing village has transformed into one of the richest parts of Portugal, popular among locals, international visitors and even, for many decades, the royal family.

 Would you like to join them? Here is Finest Global’s essential background information for buying luxury property in Cascais.

 

Climate

Mild winters and hot summers are the order of the day in Cascais. Its Subtropical-Mediterranean climate promises an average of 11.4 hours of sunshine during the summer months, which make up half of the yearly calendar. These pleasant conditions have helped the village remain a popular tourist and investment location for years.

 

Lifestyle

From the town’s cobbled streets to the picturesque beaches, the unspoiled charm of Cascais has won over the royal family and tourists alike. Other parts of the coast are rocky, attracting nature watchers as well as surfing aficionados, while the famous harbour is the perfect place to park a yacht. Combined with tennis, motor sports and a wide range of golf courses, Cascais guarantees that residents will never get bored.

  

Economy

Once a quiet fishing village with little money to its name, Cascais began its transformation into a hub for wealth investors. Now, they power the local economy, with their “jet set” lifestyles and interests producing one of the richest areas in Portugal.

 

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