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At Movers International we can move you to anywhere you want to go in Europe. Many people in the UK need removals to Portugal when they retire, as so many have been there on holiday and fallen in love with the weather on the Algarve, to say nothing of the golf courses. There are over 3,000 hours of sunshine every year, there is low rainfall, the beaches – all 200 km of them – are white and sandy, the sea is warm, and, yes, there are over 40 different golf courses, many designed by prestigious players such as Sir Henry Cotton and Arnold Palmer. What’s not to like? 
At Movers International, we make regular runs to Portugal from our depot here in Preston every other week and we can take a full load or part load, whatever you require. 
Other retirees opt for Spain, again for the wonderful weather and access to the Mediterranean beaches. We provide weekly services for removal to Spain, and we have two depots there ourselves, in Alicante and Malaga. This means that whether you are moving to Spain or returning to the UK from Spain, we can store all your belongings in one of our depots if your new home there is not quite ready to move into, or we can collect and store them if you are returning and keep them until you are ready, and then ship them back to the UK on one of our regular weekly runs. 
Since we run to Spain every week, we can also handle part loads – even as little as one box – either way, and this is a very cost-effective way of moving small loads. 
Still other people need removal to France, and you will be pleased to know that we carry out regular runs to France every week as well. Whether you are going to the Mediterranean or whether you are going up in the mountains such as in the Pyrenees and the Alps, we can get you there safely. 
At Movers International, it goes without saying that we offer a full packing service. Our expert packers will pack your possessions so that they are safe from damage, and they will be loaded on to our van in such a way that they do not move about in transit. 
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