The programme has been broadcast several times in January including at the prime time 8 p.m. slot, which is seen by up to 3 million viewers. The criteria
for evaluating the hot spots were the "three p's" price, practicalities and
potential and the 20 destinations were ranked one to twenty.
Millions of viewers saw the highly rated TV show clearly demonstrate what many of us had always thought: one cannot surpass the Algarve in terms of good value for money, easy access and great long term potential!
||Golf courses, beaches, sun - no wonder it's number one
||Africa's property hot spot still offers investment potential.
||The country with something for everyone
||One of the most beautiful places in the world.
||Beautiful scenery and quiet farming villages and as yet relatively undiscovered.
||A cheaper Costa del Sol with houses for the price of a second hand family
car in the uk
||The cheapest place to buy in Spain
||Once a tragic war zone now a highly desirable destination
||A taste of home with added sun and sand
||Not just a holiday home - you could live here and work in England
||One of the most expensive places to buy property in Europe. But worth
||Great beaches, fantastic surf and wonderful weather
||Find the population of Islington on their summer hols
||Costa del Sol
||Still famous after all these years
||Youth and action in Australia, peace, solitude (and cheaper prices) in
||The no1 long haul destination for British buyers and scene of a classic
||Hang out in the Medina with Richard Branson and the Rolling Stones
||St Kitts and Nevis
||If you're not intimidated by self-build or the long haul this could be
||(Cannes, St Tropez, Monaco) If conspicuous consumption is your thing and
you don't mind paying £10 for a coffee.
||Modern buildings and a booming market. It used to be all sand round here.