Spain has 10 costas, so there is plenty of choice! But which would suit you best? We put the question to two estate agents – one from the Costa del Sol, which you can read here – and one from Costa Blanca. Here, Karsten Ryder from Vincent Real Estate, based in Benijofar in the south Costa Blanca, tells us about the lifestyle, the joys of living on the Mediterranean coast and why you should move to Costa Blanca!
For many of us, a holiday home or move to Spain is all about spending more quality time with family. But what the toddlers will love may bore teenagers to tears, and those of us retiring will want entertainment all year, not just the summer. So here we take a look at some 5 seaside locations that are fun for all the family!
Islands have a certain charm. They have developed in a different way from the mainland, with their own culture, customs and language. The islanders of Spain often consider themselves to be Majorcan or Canarian or Galician first, 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! As we keep our fingers crossed for Spain to be added to the UK’s “green list” soon, we have handpicked five rather special smaller communities on Spain’s Mediterranean coast, where you’ll find a warm welcome and an exciting buzz.
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