Arrábida, Portugal’s best kept paradise secret

With its strategic position in Europe and a growing economy, Portugal offers a wide range of investment opportunities. But not everything is about numbers among the attractions of this country. Just 40 kilometers from the bustling city of Lisbon lies a particularly captivating gem: the Arrábida National Park.

This national park is a natural treasure that combines impressive biodiversity with spectacular landscapes and tremendous cultural heritage. Its rolling hills, steep cliffs, and golden sandy beaches provide an idyllic setting for various outdoor activities.

The Arrábida National Park is not only a paradise for nature lovers but also offers a wide range of activities for all tastes. Hiking enthusiasts can explore a network of trails that wind through pine and cork oak forests, offering stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean.

For those looking to relax and enjoy the sun, Arrábida’s beaches are simply incomparable. From the tranquil Praia da Figueirinha to the stunning Praia dos Coelhos, each beach offers its own unique beauty and crystal-clear waters that invite swimming.

This beauty is complemented by undeniable investment potential, especially in the sustainable tourism sector. With the growing demand for authentic and environmentally friendly experiences, this destination offers opportunities to develop eco-hotels, eco-resorts, and conservation-focused tourist activities.

Tourism in Portugal has experienced steady growth in recent years. According to the National Statistics Institute of Portugal, the country welcomed over 27 million tourists in 2023, a 5% increase compared to the previous year. In this regard, the Arrábida National Park is strategically located, close to Lisbon and the international airport.

We have previously discussed the advantages of investing in Portugal. For example, its membership in the eurozone provides financial stability and reduces risks associated with exchange rate volatility.

The country also offers a combination of advanced infrastructure and government support, which in this case is reflected in the Portuguese government’s commitment to environmental protection and sustainable development, creating a conducive environment for investment and long-term business growth.

Portugal is considered a politically and economically stable country. It has a legal infrastructure that is favorable to investment. For example, the Portuguese Agency for Investment and Foreign Trade (AICEP) provides a range of facilities in procedures and communications.

Moreover, and this is not a minor point: this country ranks in the top 10 best places to retire. Imagine spending your “golden years” in Portugal’s exquisite temperate climate, with natural gems like Arrábida at your fingertips, or marveling at the beautiful azulejos of the Sao Bento train station in Porto. You could access all this through a passive income visa (D7).

Or perhaps you want to opt for a Golden Visa, investing in an investment fund linked to sustainable or eco-tourism projects. Or maybe you just want to take your tech start-up to the next level, taking advantage of the entrepreneur visa.

As you can see, there is not one, but many ways to reside, permanently or not, in Portugal. And for this, it is best to seek advice from specialists, such as those at AIM Global.

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