It is still impossible to go to your second residence abroad. But for Belgium, it’s now OK.
The Belgian longed to find his second home. (De) confinement required, it was impossible for him to go to his property in Belgium, whether it is located on the coast or in the Ardennes. And, with the closure of the borders, still in force, he is still prohibited from enjoying his residence abroad.
The Belgians, who are known to have a brick in their stomachs, are nearly 400,000 who have a second residence in Belgium or abroad.
Officially, there were 380,000 according to the latest statistics (2017), but we know that around 4,000 Belgians buy each year in Spain. Or 41% of acquisitions outside Belgium, far ahead of France (10.8%), Portugal (9%, a destination that has become increasingly popular in recent years), Italy and Turkey.