Moraira Traveling south from Javea will take you to Moraira, a picturesque town, popular with tourists and which has a small community of expatriate foreigners. Moraira was, for a long time little more than a fishing village. Only in the 70’s did an increasing tourist presence produce an interest in the area by young people […]
Javea Javea lies at the foot of the Sierra del Montgo, 8 kilometres south of Denia. It is said to overlook one of the most beautiful bays of the Costa Blanca. It is the second largest municipality in the Alicante province, with an area of just over 68 square kilometres. The town is popular with […]
Denia Denia can be described as an attractive city with parks and gardens full of typically Mediterranean plants. Flowers and tree lined avenues offer shade, during the hot summer months. The area surrounding the port, known as Baix-la-Mar, has shipyard buildings which date back to the late 16th century but the most interesting feature of […]
Whilst all the unique differences which collectively go to make up Spain may not find universal attraction, most people become quickly endeared to a significant majority of them. This is particularly true on the Costa Blanca! Its official – the Costa Blanca is the most frequented Spanish Coast by the British with over 1.4 million […]
For the past 5 years, foreign buyers in Spain have been used to taking their time while searching for their dream home. Not only were these buyers waiting for vendors to drop their prices from whatever they might expect to have received near the top of the Spanish Property Market to something far more credible.
Dawn at Malaga airport and the first bleary-eyed passengers struggle off the early charter flights from Britain. Some are holidaymakers heading for the beaches, golf courses and Robin Hood pubs of Spain’s Costa del Sol. But at this hour, most are homebuyers. Clutching brochures with jaunty “Live the dream!” slogans, they want to make the […]