According to the study, living in the Algarve monthly cost 1410 dollars (1283 euros), a price lower than what would be spent in the United States.
To elaborate the ranking, it was considered the cost of living and real estate investment, entertainment options, the strength of expatriate communities, health care and logistics of change.
The fact that the region "more than 100,000 expatriates, who promoted exchanges of books and tennis and volunteer groups" is one of the highlighted factors.
The authors of the Huffington Post text - in this case the social network monnuage travel - highlight the jagged coastline by the Atlantic and the "beautiful beaches", stressing also that "fishing village of about 1500 inhabitants" also "is interesting for visit ". Up because it is away from the "more tourist sites in the country."
The beaches of Porto Covo were chosen, according to the text display of the list because it can be an idea for a "future dream trip".
On top of these ideas include still the island paradise of the Bahamas, Tulum in Mexico, Maya Bay in Thailand, Calanque d'en Vau in France, Calo des Moro in Spain, Grand Anse Seychelles, Cayo Levisa in Cuba, Navagio Greece and Punta Matira in Polynesia.
Faro Airport is set to undergo an extensive renovation programme which will come at a cost of just under 33 million euros. Preliminary work is already planned for next month, but will only become visible to passengers after summer.
Low-cost airlines have come to dominate flights at Faro, with Ryanair topping the list with a share of 28 percent. The Irish airline is followed by Easyjet with 17 percent, Monarch (10 percent) and Jet2 with 7 percent.