After two years away from my property in Spain, I am finally travelling there this weekend! Although the build up to this holiday has been exciting, I’m sure I’m not the only one who has been a little put off travelling abroad by the thought of doing (and potentially forgetting!) all the tests and forms that both Spain and the UK require.
September in Spain is when life returns to normal after a hot and busy summer. Despite Covid-19, this year has been no exception and the children are now back at school, businesses are open and we are looking forward to cooler days.
The good news for British retirees moving to Spain is that their healthcare costs will be covered by the UK government via an S1 form. That’s even if they have moved there after the withdrawal agreement, or are moving in the future, and even covers dependents. For those visiting their Spanish holiday home their GHIC offers emergency cover. Here are the post-Brexit healthcare rules…
While many British buyers fly over Catalonia on their way to the southern Costas, local expat Sally Veall explains what they’re missing out on when they ignore our closest Spanish province and its vibrant city, Barcelona.
Have you considered volunteering in Spain? Not only is it a highly rewarding and enriching experience, but it is a great way to meet new people, settle into your new life and can even help you to improve your Spanish.
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