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The Golden Visa Programme
Pam Golding Properties has made arrangements to offer South African clients access to the Residence-by-Investment Programme - The Golden Visa Programme , recently introduced by the Portuguese Government. Disclaimer
We have engaged with real estate agencies, lawyers and company administrators in Portugal to present you with the service you have become accustomed to from us in South Africa. In addition we also have professionals in South Africa who are more than equipped to handle the residency and forex applications from this side.
Pam Golding Properties is marketing a broad selection of quality residential property ranging from one bedroom apartments and beach cottages to spacious seaside villas situated mainly in Lisbon, Cascais, Estoril, Silver Coast and the Algarve.
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The area between Algarve’s two high-end golf resorts - Vale do Lobo and Quinta do Lago - with the town of Almancil at its tip, is often referred to as the Golden Triangle.
Cascais is a coastal town in Portugal, 30 km west of Lisbon, along the Estoril Coast. It is a cosmopolitan suburb of the Portuguese capital and is one of the richest municipalities in Portugal.
The coastline from Lisbon to Estoril and Cascais has for generations been referred to as “The Riviera of Portugal”. Famed for its temperate all year round climate, stunning beaches and cosmopolitan lifestyle.
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Lisbon, the capital and largest city of Portugal, is the westernmost capital in mainland Europe, located on the Atlantic Ocean coast at the point where the river Tagus flows into the Atlantic Ocean.
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The Silver Coast, known among locals as Costa da Prata, is often named among the top tourist destinations in the world.
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Quite possibly one of the most underrated cuisines in Europe, Portuguese food with its many Mediterranean influences and great wine offerings, is Europe’s best kept foodie secret. Soak up the flavor and ambience along with the beautiful views from the 50 best terraces in Lisbon.
Explore Lisbon’s historic neighbourhoods dotted with majestic medieval buildings, many of which have now been transformed into charming boutique hotels. Conservatively restored using a combination of traditional and modern designs, here is a pick of 25 Boutique Hotels in Lisbon.
Portugal is perfect for exploring on foot, by kayak, bike or even on horseback. From its stunning Douro River region, to Lisbon labeled the new Barcelona and considered Europe’s coolest city right now, Portugal is amazingly diverse. So spend a few days in the capital then head further afield.
Getting around Portugal is straight forward as the country’s transport system is well developed and diversified. Taxis are plentiful in large towns and cities and are usually marked with an ‘A’. Tram lovers would enjoy the charming relics rattling through the narrow streets of Lisbon and Porto, and Portugal has an extensive railroad network.
“Whether marvelling at azulejo-studded palaces near Lisbon or relaxing in a countryside pousada with a glass of port, you’ll be charmed by the rich and varied experiences Portugal provides.”
There have been considerable changes over the last two decades with regards to the Portuguese economy. What was primarily a public consumption economy has slowly changed to an economy supported by exports, private investment and high-tech industries. Along with agriculture, tourism is also a significant role-player in the Portuguese economy.
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The Golden Residence Permit is granted to non-EU citizens who invest in Portuguese property under certain requirements. Holders of the permit/visa can enjoy access to the Europe Schengen area. Planning laws in Portugal curb uncontrolled development, making new developments harmonious with their surroundings. The upturn in Portugal’s property market growth in 2014 reflects a positive outlook for 2015, and the time to act is now.
Portugal’s warm, mild Mediterranean climate makes it one of the warmest countries in Europe and also one of the sunniest, with over 3000 hours of sunshine per year. Portugal’s winters are wet, but temperatures rarely go below 16°C in certain areas. The climate varies from region to region; winters are milder in areas closer to the sea, like the Algarve, and colder more inland. Mountainous regions in the North receive occasional snowfall.
Portugal is conveniently situated at the centre of three major continents: Europe, Africa and America. Only a few hours away from many major European capitals, visitors from different parts of the world are attracted to Portugal. Lisbon is just a 2.5 hour flight away from Paris and London. Portugal’s modern road network makes it easy to travel within Portugal – it takes only two hours to travel between Lisbon in the South and Porto in the Nort
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Telephone: +27 21 762 2617
Address: Monterey, 12-14 Klaassens Rd, Bishopscourt, Southern Suburbs, 7708, Western Cape
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