Equestrian Property

Looking to Move to Portugal – Start a New Adventure!

Portugal is fast becoming a preferred country in which to relocate. In recent years more and more people are starting new adventures  and there are many great reasons to do this.


  • In 2018 Portugal won Europe’s Leading destination.
  • Lisbon is regularly ranked as a top city destinatio
  • Portugal won golf awards for best destination for golf
  • Best surfing in Europe
  • Ranked in the top 5 safest countries in the world

      We are always being asked if we know about or to find a special property suitable for equestrian activities and of course we often come across great properties during our travels around Portugal. WE are NOT Property Agents we merely offer an awareness platform for equestrian related property. We can help to point you in the right direction.

      We cannot provide any property purchase advise you need the property agency and lawyer to do this.

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      We are working two experts in Portugal development with a focus on equestrian facilities.

      Antonio and Mary have a proven track record in creating beautiful homes and equestrian farms around Europe with most their work in Portugal.

      They are a highly talented couple with a several languages between them.  They have an established working team and are super effcetive in getting things done.  Building in another country can be complicated if you don´t know your way around the laws and right contacts-  They can help you to realise your dream home and horse facilities.

      Property Buying Tips

      Buying property in Portugal is not complicated and can be very straightforward provided the property is all sorted legally.  There is good protection both for the buyer and for the seller. But it is essential that you have the correct expert support and advice to take you through the process.  There are many aspects that need to be fully checked before making the purchase.

      Extra Costs

      When purchasing property there are extra costs you will need to take into account.  You should allow 3-10% on top of the purchase price to cover things like:

      • Purchase Tax (IMT) which is based on a sliding scale from 0% to 6.5% of the declared value.
        Notary charges
        Stamp Duty
        Legal charges usually around 700-1,000 euros. Always find out how much your lawyer will
        charge before you instruct them to do any work.

      Doing your research and gaining a good understanding of Portugal and the purchasing process makes a big difference, there is an excellent book written by Gabrielle Collison – Buying Property in Portugal.  This book, written in English is a very concise and clear read covering everything you need to know when buying or renting in Portugal.