How to license yourself, and your car, to drive in Spain

How to license yourself, and your car, to drive in Spain

Cruising along the paseo maritimo, arm hanging out of the window in the summer sun, sounds of a Mediterranean disco beat blaring out…, who doesn’t love driving in Spain! If you’re out in the countryside it’s a necessity. So we know that many readers have questions on driving in Spain. Such as when do you need a Spanish licence, and can you licence your own British car?
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Securing a mortgage in Spain

While most Spanish banks will lend money to people living overseas, complications can occur. Therefore, it’s imperative to understand your options to avoid any unpleasant surprises.
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Staying connected when you move to Spain

Buying a property and moving to Spain can be daunting if you have never lived abroad before. One way to help you settle into your new life in Spain is, perhaps surprisingly, to stay connected with family and friends. So long as you can avoid Facebook becoming your security blanket, the internet can be your safety net, giving you the coinfidence to go and explore your new world and community. So how do you connect your phone in Spain? Who are the best internet providers in Spain? And how can you still watch British TV in Spain?
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Follow our plan and beat the Brexit deadline!

If you want to retain your European Union rights, you need to be a legal resident of an EU nation *before* the UK leaves. With the clock ticking down to March 2019, we know that many of our readers are feeling a little panicky. Don’t panic, act! Follow our checklist to beat the Brexit deadline and you’ll be ready well in time.
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Your guide to the Costa Tropical

It is possible many people haven’t heard of Spain’s Costa Tropical. It lies in southern Spain and is the coastal region of the province of Granada in Andalusia. Often mistakenly thought of as part of the Costa del Sol, it’s very different in character. There is very little flat land and the Sierra Nevada mountains even reach the sea at some points. This stretch of coast is just 19 kilometres long, but is still home to 26 beaches.
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Latest news on the Costa del Sol

New shops, new residential developments and yet more Blue Flag beaches will further boost the Costa del Sol’s enduring popularity over the coming months. Even Liverpool F.C. can’t get enough of the region. 
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A new era for Spanish off-plan homes?

There is a familiar buzzword on the Spanish costas again. “Off-plan”. My recent conversations with Spanish estate agents, as well as the evidence from property shows, reveal that buyers are once again willing to choose a property before a brick has been laid. For bargain hunters, it’s time to look at Spanish off-plan homes again.
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Getting healthcare in Spain, part one

For many would-be home buyers in Spain, health is the number one worry. Our advice is, it shouldn’t be! Healthcare in Spain is available for everyone, and if you’re too poor to pay you should get help with healthcare. These, then, are your essential need to knows.
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Local Spanish festivals

Whenever you think of Spain you think about sun and sand, music and wine and lots of festivals. Some of these are really major events which attract huge crowds from Spain and abroad such as The Running of the Bulls in Pamplona or Las Fallas in Valencia. Nevertheless there are hundreds of wonderful small local Spanish festivals to enjoy and to participate in.
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