Travel just a few kilometres inland from Spain’s southern costas and you’ll find a world of rural tranquillity, bucolic beauty and a real sense of community. There are still plenty of other international residents too, but a more authentic Spanish feel. So where should you buy? Andalusia is a vast region, larger than Scotland, so we can’t cover the entire inland area. But we do highlight a few beautiful areas and lively towns to start your search.
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?
What will happen to prices in Spain after coronavirus, can we view Spanish property online, will there be a Brexit extension…? Over the past few weekends Spain Property Guides has taken part in webinars featuring leading estate agents across Spain, from the Costa del Sol to Costa Blanca via AlmerÍa, as well as a Spanish property lawyer Raquel Perez.
What’s the lowest price you can pay for a nice property in Spain? Are the days of a truly affordable retirement in your own home, with a low cost of living, over? Our research, says no, you can still do it!