Snagging a world-class marlin, sinking a birdie putt on the 18th hole, or just walking on an untouched beach at sunset, Huatulco (pronounced “wa-tool-coh”) has become a popular resort destination. With many visitors shying away from the larger resorts, this hidden gem...
Crossed by the Sierra Madre del Sur mountain range and the mighty Potosi river winding through the state of Guerrero, lies one of the most important seaports and tourist destinations on the Mexican Pacific coast. Made famous by the forever popular movie “Shawshank Redemption” …welcome to Zihuatanejo...
Once you decide you want to live in Spain, you need to understand Spanish immigration law to find out if you meet the requirements to become a legal resident. Because the law in Spain, as anywhere, can be complex, I’ve consulted professional experts to help get the details correct. The first thing to note is Read more...: Spain Visa and Residency Information
Given its ideal placement along the French Riviera, the coastal city of Toulon in southeastern France provides an idyllic lifestyle for residents and short-term visitors. Away from the hustle-and-bustle of big “resort” towns like Nice, Cannes, and St. Tropez, unassuming Toulon lies a bit off the radar and residents wouldn’t have it any other way.
Nestled in the valley between the western and central ranges of the Andes Mountains is Colombia´s second largest city, Medellín. Blessed with perfect year-round spring-like weather and First world infrastructure, it is attracting more and more expats who want to have a great quality of life.
France has a mostly temperate climate, although there are many regional differences. It generally enjoys cool winters and mild summers except along the Mediterranean where mild winters and hot summers are the norm.
Entry visas: A visa is not required for tourist visits to Portugal for a period of up to 90 days for U.S. and Canadian citizens.
It’s no surprise that the city of Pau (pronounced “Po”) is casually creeping into more and more “top 10 places to retire” lists. Geographically, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better location. A stone’s throw from the Spanish border (30 miles to be exact), Pau enjoys an enviable position between...
Citizens of the U.S. and Canada do not require a visa to enter Costa Rica. An immigration validation will be stamped into the passport upon entry, and this provides proof of legal status in the country. Your passport should be in good condition; Costa Rican authorities may deny entry if the passport is damaged.
Why would you want to move to Costa Rica? As thousands of expats will tell you, Costa Rica offers a fantastic lifestyle at a reasonable cost. Not to mention that Costa Rica is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, with a modern capital city, long stretches of deserted tropical beaches, cool mountain getaways, and pristine lake regions.