In this Overseas Haven Report we feature Basque, France.
The Basque coastline is the crown of the region and is dotted with jewels: Biarritz, Bayonne, St Jean de Luz, Hendaye, and tiny Guéthary. Our full report of the region will hopefully whet your appetite and get you over here to explore for yourself.
This region nestles up to the Spanish border over on the Atlantic coast; it extends north to the River Adour and east to the Béarn region which it shares with the Pyrenees-Atlantiques department.
The scenery is intense: small steep valleys, rolling hills, towering mountains, meandering rivers, a wild coastline, forests and woodland, all crammed into about 31,000 square feet. And all gloriously green and lush, for here there’s a classic mild, humid, oceanic climate.
This Overseas Haven Report features, Vientiane, Laos, a destination that low-key, but offers a lot for expats and retirees. Vientiane feels like little more than a large town. With a population of about 740,000, there are no skyscrapers here, no malls or hustle and bustle…But there are outstandingly beautiful Buddhist temples, lively markets, museums, and a fine assortment of local and international cuisines…
Our Overseas Haven Report for Northern Belize is an up-close and in-depth look at one of the region’s best kept secrets.
Northern Belize is a region encompassing a landmass of only about 2,500 square miles, but it stretches from the Caribbean Sea to the forests of Central America. It is truly where the Caribbean and Central America meet.
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico | Overseas Haven Report
In this Overseas Haven Report, we feature San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
San Miguel de Allende has the small-town friendliness and hominess that most expats crave, set in a remarkably beautiful and sociable colonial town. Centrally located in Mexico, San Miguel is a good base for exploration of the country in all four directions.
In this Overseas Haven Report, we feature Tralee, Ireland.
In Tralee, you’re surrounded by some of Ireland’s most dramatic land- and sea-scapes, while remaining close to conveniences. This is a welcoming town that preserves its past culture and history like no other.