Spain living destination
Build your dream home in one of the best destinations in the world, Spain, offers you all the necessary to have a happy live. We are based in Matarraña, Aragon, Spain, where we are developing our customers projects. New sustainable homes surrounded by nature and facing the Natural Park Els Ports de Beceit.
On this post you will read some reasons why Spain it is a great living destination.
Living in Spain offers life in a modern country, which offers a well-developed infrastructure and a modern living environment. The pace of life is balanced and relaxed compared to other European countries and the climate is such that the outdoor resources can be enjoyed on a regular basis.
Spain offers a good mix of historical and modern architecture and is rich in culture.
Spain is an extremely popular retirement destination because of its warm climate, low house prices and high standard of living.
Expatriate life in Spain is suited to those who seek a relaxed and laid back life. The locals are friendly and trusting and the majority of the country is family friendly. For those who are seeking a quiet life the coastal towns may be inappropriate as they attract significant numbers of tourists on an annual basis.
The cost of living in Spain will very much depend upon on your lifestyle and where you live. If you seek luxury goods and fine dining you will find Spain very expensive but if you are prepared to eat and live like the locals you will find your money goes a lot further that in your own country
Living in Spain has many advantages – sunshine, sports facilities, beaches, golf courses, country areas, small villages, charming people, sustainable home on the country side, nature , fresh local food, including fish straight from the sea, health care and quality of life.
• he best way to get cheap anything in Spain, is to go where the locals go. Avoid expensive tourist spots and town centre eateries and go instead for residential neighbourhood bars and cafés.
• Ask local people for ideas about cheap places to drink, eat and shop ¿Dónde puedo encontrar el restaurante/supermercado mejor y más barato por aquí? Where can I find the best yet cheapest restaurant/supermarket around here?
• Check for “visitors days” at sites of interest. Many Spanish galleries, museums, cathedrals and castles have one day per week or month that is totally free.
No matter where you live in Spain, you’ll have easy access to the rest of the country—and to the rest of Europe, too. Modern, high-speed trains can get you from one end of Spain to the other in about seven hours. Or take the bus—fares are low, and bus routes crisscross the country.
No need to worry if you get sick here, either. Spain has nationalized, public health care as well as private health care—and both systems are excellent. Good hospitals abound, too—even in rural Spain, you’re never more than a few hours from a good hospital.
But Spain’s biggest plus may be the people and the lifestyle. Warm and engaging, Spaniards believe in enjoying life, and they put a high value on friends and family. So do as they do… On long summer evenings, when the sun doesn’t set until 10 p.m., sit at an outdoor café with friends until the wee hours…bathe in the warm waters of the Mediterranean…
For anyone who’s been there recently, it’s no surprise that Spain is one of the top five
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