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A Place in the Sun Magazine

4 issues per year View Reviews   |   Write Review A Place in the Sun is the UK’s leading overseas property magazine and the official title of the hit television series. Every issues is packed with hundreds of villas and apartments for sale from around the world, information and expert advice on how to buy abroad safely plus celebrity comment from the stars of the TV show – Amanda Lamb, Jonnie Irwin and Jasmine Harman.

A Place in the Sun is the best-read and best-loved overseas property magazine, helping to make the dream of buying abroad a reality.

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As the summer approaches, and the Jubilee and Olympic games begin to appear on the horizon, many of us are considering renting our properties to overseas visitors. And while the promise of extortionate amounts of rent looks set to turn many property owners heads, there is another option which isn't just for the Olympics - home swapping.

Whether you live in a semi in suburban London or a flat in Manchester, someone from balmy Florida or an equally warm Mediterranean nation could be dreaming of a holiday in your area. Why not consider offering them a week's stay whilst you kick back at their beach house? Find out more inside the issue.

Elsewhere this month, we look at the best places to buy behind the Costa del Sol, explore Southern Italy, visit Amelia Island in Florida and catch up with a Cornish couple who are currently in the process of renovating a wreck in Crete.

Plus, we look at the perennial question of the eurozone, with currency expert Alastair Archbold reporting on why the euro has weakened, what it's likely to do next, and the million drachma question - what would happen if Greece left the Euro?

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A Place in the Sun is the UK’s leading overseas property magazine and the official title of the hit television series. Every issues is packed with hundreds of villas and apartments for sale from around the world, information and expert advice on how to buy abroad safely plus celebrity comment from the stars of the TV show – Amanda Lamb, Jonnie Irwin and Jasmine Harman.

A Place in the Sun is the best-read and best-loved overseas property magazine, helping to make the dream of buying abroad a reality.
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A Place in the Sun Magazine

Love It great read during lock down Reviewed Sunday, 29 March 2020

Goes well with the TV programme

Ideal for those who watch the television series back for everyone as well Reviewed Monday, 15 July 2019

Based on TV show

Excellent to accompany TV programme Reviewed Tuesday, 16 October 2018