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.
In our Overseas Haven Report for Abruzzo, Italy we uncover the hidden-gem that will let you step back in time. No over-crowding, no heavy industry, just the best of Italian country life.
Life in Abruzzo hasn't changed much over the centuries, and coming to Abruzzo is like wandering into a gentler, kinder yesterday…a yesterday with little or no crime and neighbors who watch out for each other.
Pereira, one of the cities that make up the Coffee Triangle, along with the nearby cities of Armenia and Manizales, has stunning scenery, picturesque small pueblos,bountiful natural resources, and many opportunities for hiking, photography, horseback riding, and much more.
Our Overseas Haven Report for Chiang Mai, Thailand covers everything an expat would want to know about living, retiring, or investing in Southeast Asia’s most livable city.
With a population just over 1 million, Chiang Mai is a shining example of a perfect balance of past, present, and future. You’ll find ancient temples and antique shops, thriving universities and public spaces, and still be able to enjoy first-rate health care and safety.
There is a reason Chiang Mai is consistently rated as one of the top places in the world to live or retire. Find out for yourself!
In this Overseas Haven Report, we feature Vila Velha, Brazil.
Less than one hour north of Rio de Janeiro by air lies the small coastal city of Vila Velha. Life here centers around the beaches; with lovely weather throughout the year, locals take advantage of the warm ocean waters no matter the month.
It's ideal for those who enjoy the beach, outdoor activities, or relaxing with a beer… and for those who relish the thought of being lulled to sleep and then awoken again by the sounds of crashing waves…
In this Overseas Haven Report, Cambodia expert Robert Carry details the arts, dance, food, religion, music, and even clothing are thriving in the region. Tourist numbers are exploding–up 180% since 2004–which is often a precursor to developers moving in and property prices zooming up. Take a look now and see what’s happening in Phnom Penh today.