The links below direct to a market overview with price indications, locations map and a directory of the current property offers in each of the five distinct regions of Portugal.
Property prices have not increased as rapidly as they have in other regions but the recent arrival of low cost airlines is bringing in more tourists and, as a result, a growing number of investors are now heading to northern Portugal.
While it is less developed than the Algarve, it combines some of the best beaches, good weather and rich historic inheritance. Properties are roughly half the price than that of similar ones encountered in the Algarve and are 50% closer to Lisbon.
Lisbon has become an important destination over the years for second home foreign investment due to an increasing number of tourism resorts being built around the portuguese capital, the development of an efficient road network, a great range of cultural, shopping, leisure and sport activities and some of the most stunning beaches in Europe.
Currently offers the lowest property prices in the country but is considered the future of the Portuguese property market due to undergoing structural developments such as the Alqueva dam and the Beja airport.
Property prices in the region are amongst the highest of the country but remains pretty competitive when compared to other countries like Spain, France or Italy. The recent construction of the highway crossing the region has opened its western and eastern parts to new developments.