Expatriates planning on relocating abroad to a tourist-friendly destination might want to look into the Portuguese district of Albufeira.
This region is one of the Algarve's principal locations for tourism, according to Algarve Promotion Bureau executive director Daniel Queiros.
He explained that it contains historical sites, beautiful beaches and meandering streets, which feature discos, bars, restaurants and retail spaces.
Furthermore, there is the Zoomarine water park nearby, as well as boat trips that take passengers to nearby caves, he added.
Some of the pastimes in the water park that people could enjoy include the 4D cinema, swimming pools containing water slides, aquariums with marine life and a "dolphin interaction programme", the specialist asserted.
Overall, the Algarve has 74 different beaches with Blue Flag status, as well activities including hiking, watersports, festivals and cooking classes, Mr Queiros said.
The average year has 300 days of sunshine and winters are mild, he pointed out.