Expatriating to Burgundy in France could be a good idea for people who are thinking about relocating abroad.
Travel author, writer and broadcaster Sarah Woods pointed out the accommodation in the area is "very reasonably priced".
Furthermore, it has high-quality wines and a good local cuisine, "wonderful canals for exploring by old wooden barges" and a dramatic and attractive landscape, she declared.
The specialist described the setting as vine terraced and "stunning", with "vibrant sunflower fields".
Furthermore, the historic cities and towns in Burgundy are "fascinating", she added.
Spain is also a popular destination, with people travelling to hotspots on the coastline in "droves", Ms Woods stated.
She suggested exploring the inland towns and villages that are less well-known, such as Ojen, which is just ten minutes from the Costa del Sol and Marbella.
Expatriate insurance is a clever purchase for people moving to these countries, with the UK's National Health Service pointing out that the European Health Insurance Card is "not an alternative to travel insurance".