Buying off the beaten track in Spain

Buying off the beaten track in Spain

More challenging but more rewarding for some, is finding your dream home away from overcrowded beaches and high-rise apartments. Spain is a big country with a varied geography, and numerous places to find your home in Spain with genuine local culture and peace and...

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Who offers the best winter flights to Spain?

If you buy a home in Spain based on easy access in the summer, you may have a nasty shock when the winter flight schedules are released. Spain is still about the most accessible country in Europe, however, so this week we’re looking at your options for off-season...

Ambassador reassures British residents on health and pensions

British residents in Spain had the opportunity to express their worries to the British Ambassador, as he gave an update on negotiations with the EU with regard to citizens’ rights. The meeting was well attended with many subjects covered. Last week, the British...

Is 2017 the time to consider a new-build Spanish home?

Off-plan properties built for you from scratch are on the rise along Spain’s Costas. Buying this way might cost a little more, but there are plenty of pros to opting for a new home. Spain’s surging new-build market will be targeting both the country’s domestic...

Autumn trails

The blistering heat has gone, but we can still sit outside a café feeling warm sunshine on our back. A delightful time of year, gentle autumn in Spain allows us to prepare for the colder months with a multi-coloured canvas of hues, sunny days, cool nights and many...

How to get a Spanish building survey

Estate agents will often tell you that a surveyor isn’t necessary. Spanish law requires a 10-year guarantee on new builds and sellers of pre-owned property are liable for certain problems for six months after purchase. A surveyor could, however, unearth potential...

Spanish news roundup

Property prices are on the up across Spain, while temperatures refuse to drop in October. Madrid looks to constitutional reform to keep Catalonia in Spain, while doctors there develop a test that can detect heart attacks three years before they happen. Palma de...

Domestic buyers help boost Spanish property market

It’s not just Brits and other foreigners who enjoy having a second home along the Costas – plenty of Spaniards do too. New research sheds some light on this… You’re not alone in wanting your own pad in the Spanish sunshine – more than six million Spanish...

Schools in Spain for British kids: the essential guide

What kind of schools are there in Spain? Are lessons always taught in Spanish? Can my child take GCSEs and A level? We take an in-depth look at what is on offer, including five of the best international schools. The question asked by most parents moving to Spain with...

The Costa Cálida is warm, sporty and affordable

With year-round flights and year-round warmth, this long stretch of coast is holiday-home heaven. But is it somewhere you’ll want to live permanently? Join us on a tour of Spain’s south-eastern coast. The Costa Cálida stretches for 250 kilometres in the region of...

And now for some good news from Spain

Spain has been in the press for all the wrong reasons recently, but there is good news too. Andalusia is eliminating inheritance tax for estates worth less than €I million, Spanish store prices are stable, taxi drivers are learning English and Game of Thrones is...
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