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Buying Property in Spain
Buying a property in Spain is a relatively easy and stress free process, if you have the right professional advice and if you read and understand the questions and answers outlined below.
Before you even consider buying a property in Spain, you should familiarise yourself with the legal procedures and financial transactions you will need to carry out during the purchase until completion. More »
Costa del Sol
The Costa del Sol - is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. It has great diversity with something to offer for almost everyone and is becoming increasingly popular choice for property purchasing, as holiday homes or permanent residences. More »
Costa de La Luz
The Costa de la Luz is possibly the most unspoilt of all the southern Spanish coasts and has seen much less development and Spanish property sales to foreigners than its Costa del Sol cousin. The coast faces the green blue Atlantic and has some of the most stunning white sandy beaches in the whole of Spain, at times you could be forgiven for thinking you were in the Caribbean. More »
The Costa Tropical, which runs from the popular resort town of Nerja in the west through La Herradura and the charming towns of Almuñecar and Salobreña. This stretch of coastline takes its name from the sub-tropical climate, which allows the cultivation of exotic fruits and crops such as avocadoes, mangoes, bananas and sugar cane. More »
The Costa Almeria runs from Adra in the west all the way through to the extremity of Andalucia on the border with Murcia in the east.
The Costa Almeria is a long stretch of coastline taking in the popular resort towns of Roquetas de Mar, Almeria (provincial capital city) Cabo de Gata up to Mojácar and Garrucha in the east. More »
Unlike the other coasts of Spain described within this website, the Costa Blanca is not part of the southern region of Andalucia. The Costa Blanca runs from Torrevieja through the city of Alicante and past the popular resort towns of Benidorm, Altea and Jávea up to the port of Denia from where you may take the ferry to the Balearic Islands. More »