Where to live in Spain: discover las Colinas golf and country club

las Colinas golf and country club

Along the Costa Blanca, we find Las Colinas Golf & Country Club, a resort located on a 330 hectare valley between hills, facing the sea, crossed by a championship golf course. This is one of the top 100 golf courses in Europe, according to the latest Top 100 ranking published…

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Where to live in Spain: discover La Finca Golf Resort

La Finca Golf Resort

In the southern area of the province of Alicante, we find La Finca Golf Resort, located near Torrevieja and Guardamar del Segura. This beautiful golf course is nestled in a beautiful setting with spectacular views of the region of Vega Baja del Río Segura and enjoys an exceptional climate with over 315 days…

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Where to live in Spain: discover Campoamor

Campoamor

Along the Costa Blanca, we find Campoamor, a place on the Mediterranean coastline where you can rest but also have many leisure activities.  Very close to La Regia, with a large number of bars and restaurants, you will see people enjoying the sun on a terrace, 365 days a year.…

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Where to live in Spain: discover Orihuela Costa

orihuela costa

Along the Costa Blanca, we find Orihuela Costa, a place on the Mediterranean seaside with magnificent beaches and coves to rest, but also a place with many leisure activities. It is a very popular area for its enviable climate with over 2,500 hours of sunshine a year and an average temperature…

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Where to live in Spain: discover Torrevieja

Discover Torrevieja

Along the Costa Blanca, surrounded by the sea and salt, we find the town of Torrevieja. This city is famous for its magnificent beaches and very pleasant climate. Indeed it has mild winters and temperate temperatures ranging between 18 and 25 degrees during all the year. Besides this amazing area…

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Alicante is the first destination where foreigners buy houses

The Ministry of Public Works has announced that Alicante continues to lead, far ahead, the purchase of properties by foreigners in Spain. On the Costa Blanca, foreigners, mainly British, Scandinavian and German; bought 3,670 homes between July and September, three times more than Madrid (1,101), Balearic Islands (1177) and the…

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