I founded International Living 30 years ago. What have I learned in three decades? Maybe it’s better to begin with what I haven’t learned.
For 30 years, International Living has operated on a simple premise: The world is alive with opportunity...for travel and investment...for living and retiring...for fun and for profit.
Do you hold all your assets in your own name in your own country? If so, you are vulnerable to decisions your government makes about how you should behave and who gets the wealth you’ve earned.
I am gazing at the Bay of Rosas, in the northern Spanish region of Catalunya, watching its sandy coastline trace a smooth, lazy curve for 12 miles northward, ending at Cap de Creus.
"Offshore": The word conjures up images of something illicit, doesn’t it? That’s because governments around the world have done their best to brand the term as something that is evil and unpatriotic.
Brazil has the most sought-after beachfront properties on the planet right now. For the past two years, it’s been the unrivaled hotspot for investors and secondhome buyers.
A selection of upcoming events for International Living readers...
In the first of a series on unspoiled European enclaves, Steenie Harvey reports back from the Alentejo region of south-central Portugal. Here you’re far from the tourist trail in a land of slow roads, off-thegrid beaches and fl ower-fi lled fortress towns
Imagine living in a beach house, the ocean at your doorstep, in a tranquil, laidback fishing port, where you can buy the morning’s catch right at the dock.