A retirement on the Costa Brava will never be boring. North-east Spain is the work-hard-play-hard part of the country, and if you don’t need to work hard any more, so much the better! So, what will you spend your days doing if you retire to the Costa Brava?
We’re basking in a heatwave here in Spain and enjoying the reopening of restaurants, bars and beaches – and soon you should be able to as well, with plans underway for international travel to resume in July.
As the Spanish property markets reopen and policymakers turn to hammering out plans for flights to restart over summer, now’s the time to start planning your move. And with the Brexit transition period ticking down, there’s no time to waste! But how can you do it safely? We’ve gathered together some of our top tips.
As Spain prepares to salvage what it can of its summer season, our writers on the costas spoke to estate agents to see how the property market will return (and what might happen to home prices when it does).