Spain has become a destination which is ideal to live in. The enviable Mediterranean climate, the gastronomy, it’s people, the culture and the history all allow it’s residents to benefit from an extraordinary quality of life. Within all of it’s terrain you will discover dream-like places to live or to spend time in. Locations that charm and delight and where you will discover the essence of a country that is as friendly and welcoming to its nationals as to foreigners.
Apart from the areas that are certainly of great interest to both visitors and residents such as the Costa del Sol, Madrid, Catluna, the Balearic Isles, The Valencian Community, or the North of Spain, there exists in the entire Spanish geographical terrain many other towns and areas where life and quality of life are one and the same.
In the South you will find towns that are very interesting to buy a new property in.
Seville, the capital of Andalusia, offers many diverse attractions. The fame of Semana Santa (Easter) and the Feria de Abril (The April Fair) goes beyond Spain and we can also mention others such as La Giralda (the tower of Seville’s Cathedral) or la Torre Del Oro (The Golden Tower – a military tower on the banks of the river.) It is Spain’s fourth largest populated town and it is easily connected to the rest of the country via its motorways, San Pablo International Airport and the AVE train. New development in Seville allows plenty of opportunity to enjoy the best that the town offers, including casinos and urban golf courses.
Cordoba is only an hour on the AVE train from the capital and has wonderful connections with the rest of Andalusia via it’s highways and motorways. It offers plenty of opportunity to acquire new build properties in newly developed areas. Living in Cordoba is a treat for anyone who wants to enjoy a culture and gastronomy that is centuries old.
In the centre, towns such as Salamanca offer attractive rural and cultural locations including its historic old town centre and university. Furthermore, you are well connected to Madrid and the western peninsula via a good road network here.
Leaving the mainland and heading south into the mid Atlantic, the happily located islands found here are the ideal place to live for those seeking sun all year round. You will find attractive new build projects both on Gran Canaria and the island of Tenerife. The urban area of Santa Cruz de Tenerife affords access to all services an hour away from the furthest point on the island and there are two international airports.
Living in Spain means quality of life.