Connected Interior: Opportunities Without Borders
We aim to foster the demographic sustainability of the interior regions, through the attraction and integration of digital nomads. Encouraging an environment conducive to remote work, boosting a positive economic and social dynamic.
The Loulé City Council maintained in 2023 its commitment to afforestation as a strategy to decarbonize the territory and promote environmental sustainability.
On January 10, the country’s second new weather radar was inaugurated in the town of Cavalos, in the parish of Ameixial in Loulé.
The “Emprego Interior Mais” program, launched in 2020, has already supported more than 3,000 people to move to areas in the interior of Portugal. Since the program began, 3,629 applications have been registered, of which 1,700 have been approved.
Portugal ranks among the top ten countries in the world for digital nomads, with a score of 3.58 in the ranking of the renowned international Visa Guide.
A project that will cover more than 400,000 homes in various inland regions, resulting in coverage of the entire continental territory by 2026/2027.
Portugal has taken sixth place as one of the top countries for remote work, according to a recent study conducted by cybersecurity company NordLayer.