Don’t panic! You have plenty of time to move to Spain and continue your current rights to work, residence for free healthcare for people over pension age. Our writer in Spain explains what you have to do.
Warm, relaxed, scenic and affordable, who wouldn’t want to live in the province of Murcia and its aptly named Mediterranean coast. But where should you retire to the Costa Cálida, what will a home cost and what will you spend your time doing!? We went to investigate.
New data shows that the British love affair with Spain shows no sign of abating, and Brexit isn’t going to get in our way! Spain also won plaudits as one of the top ten places in the world to retire, with its healthcare and lifestyle particularly praised.
With warm sun, a warm welcome and easy access from the UK for visits from the family, no wonder so many of us fancy a retirement on the northern stretch of the Costa Blanca. Dénia, Javéa and the villages between are the perfect place to start your quest for the perfect retirement in Spain.
In our last readers’ survey, over 30% of you said that making new friends was a big part of your move to Spain. But that’s not always so easy, with language difficulties and people coming and going. So how do you find a regular, reliable and permanent group of friends in Spain?