When your home has a view of snow-capped mountains, it adds a touch of magic to the winter season. Throughout the year mountain areas provide a great place to get out into the fresh air and be surrounded by nature and stunning scenery.
Islands have a certain charm. They may have developed in a different way from the mainland, with their own culture, customs and language. The islanders often consider themselves to be first Majorcan or Canarian or Galician before Spanish.
The darker nights and lockdown will have many of us going a little stir crazy. What better time to start planning a property purchase in the sun? Check out these five locations for affordable holiday homes (or sunny retirements) in Spain.
Oh, we do like to be beside the seaside! Especially when the British autumn is drawing in and Christmas looks like being cancelled. We have handpicked five rather special, smaller communities on Spain’s Mediterranean coast, where you’ll find a warm welcome.
Travel just a few kilometres inland from Spain’s southern costas and you’ll find a world of rural tranquillity, bucolic beauty and a real sense of community. There are still plenty of other international residents too, but a more authentic Spanish feel. So where should you buy? Andalusia is a vast region, larger than Scotland, so we can’t cover the entire inland area. But we do highlight a few beautiful areas and lively towns to start your search.
Over the past two weekends, Spain Property Guides has taken part in two webinars, featuring three leading estate agents across Spain, from the Costa del Sol to Costa Blanca via Almeria, as well as a Spanish property lawyer Raquel Perez.