Properties in Spain
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Properties in Spain - Profound Purchasing
Buying a house in Spain begins with one thing, deciding where you want to buy it. Spain is a country of great diversity, diverse landscapes, four diverse languages, from abounding modern cities to panoramic plains. The network of Casa Espana focuses mainly on areas within Spain, of pleasing infrastructure and of a good living style.
We offer a large range of choice when it comes to Housing for sale in the popular areas such as; Costa del Sol, Costa Calida, Costa Blanca, Costa Dorada, Costa del Azahar and the Costa Brava. Furthermore apartments in cities Madrid, Valencia en Barcelona along with residences in Ibiza, Mallorca en Menorca are also on our expanding menu-card, giving you the ideal range of perfect offers all around Spain.
Costa del Sol
Costa del Sol is more than just a sunshine guarantee. Between Gibraltar and the City of Málaga lies an alternating coast with beautiful beaches. Directly behind these lies an abundant amount of golf courses, hereby earning the nickname of ‘Costa del Golf’ for itself. Costa del Sol features a modern road system, railway system and international/internal airports within Malaga, Sevilla, Gibraltar and Granada. The main airport being Aeropuerto de Málaga with countless flights throughout Europe. This airport being the host of many budget airlines on a daily basis. Therefore you can usually book a flight to the Costa del Sol for a sharp price.
But there is more, as it is a part of Andalusia the Costa del Sol offers many adventures and sights to see. For example skiing in Sierra Nevada, exploring the beautiful cities of Granada en Córdoba discovering their Moorish heritages, perhaps visiting the nature reserves showing the impressive local Flora and Fauna. Visit the beautiful Pueblos Blancos (white cities) for example the impressive Ronda, situated on lime rock. The possibilities are endless, but we welcome you to discover all that Costa del Sol has to offer for yourself.
Below we welcome you to take a look at an overview of all bargains at the Costa del Sol.
The direct translation of 'Costa Cálida' is ‘warm coast’, a completely logical name for this Costa located in the region of Murcia, in the South East of Spain along the Mediterranean. The coast is paticularly rough for a large part, resulting in the area being less touristic than neighbouring coasts, however the area remains a nirvana for nature lovers due to the many nature reserves and natural beauty. On top of that, Costa Cálida has a magnificent coast line of 250 kilometers long featuring numerous timeless white sandy beaches. aside from this range of remarkable nature you can also find larger cities like the harbor city Cartagena.
The coastline exists out of narrow inlets sprinkeled with palmtrees along gentle waters. The coast itself is made out of rough cliffs along wild bays, saltwater lagoons, wadden and sand dunes. Another treasure you are able to find in the Costa Cálida is the significant La Manga, which is the largest seawater lake in all of Europe. a 22 kilometer strip of land shuts off the inland sea from the Mediterranean.
Due to the crisis, a lot of houses at the Costa Cálida are repossessed by banks. These villa’s and apartments are now in forced sale. This gives you the opportunity to buy your perfect home at the Spanish coast for a very profitable and affordable price.
Below we welcome you to take a look at an overview of all bargains at the Costa Cálida.
Costa De La Luz
The Costa de la Luz extends its Atlantic coastline along the Andalucian provinces of Huelva and Cadiz, from the straits of Gibraltar to the Portuguese border, featuring stretched beaches of golden sand. This coast lives up to it’s name, the direct translation of Costa de la Luz is coast of the light, it does so by displaying clear and bright blue skies.
A key trait of the Costa de la Luz is ‘Parque Nacional de Doñana,’ the biggest national park in Spain featuring brushwood areas, salt marshes and sand dunes, habitats of the numerous wildlife the park supports. Also, one of the world’s largest cork oak forests can be found at the Costa de la Luz, within the nature park Los Alcornocales Nature Park.
Not only is the costa ideal for those who which to explore the rich natural inheritance, the still undeveloped coastline is ideal for surfers and wind surfers. Especially Terifa, found on the southern tip of Andalucia. This region is at a 13 Km distance from north Africa, with views of the Rif Mountains of Morocco.
Furthermore the Costa de la Luz is host to multiple resorts, such as La Barrosa nearby the old town of Chiclana de la Fronteraand, beyond the city of Huelva, up against the Portugese border, is the old town of Ayamonte and the nearby modern resort of Isla Canela. Moreover, the Costa de la Luz is serviced by numerous airports, the main ones being at Sevilla, Jerez and Faro in Portugal.
Ideal for villa and apartment rentals or B&B’s the Costa de Almeria provides what possibly could be one of the best climates in the whole of Spain. It offers the peacefulness some other Costas may not supply, as it was not developed at the time of the better-known Costas. The Costa de Almeria being a paradise to find quiet beaches and small resorts.
Host to the main modern resorts are Requetas de Mar and Almerimar, located on a flat peninsular west of the Almeria city, and the resort of Mojacar, which provides a low rise Spanish feeling north east of the Almeria.
Costa de Almeria features multiple peaceful fishing towns, such as Garrucha and Vera Playa, Vera playa being a naturist area with a 3km stretch of land . As well as unforgettingly beautiful towns such as San Jose, Agua Amarga and Carboneras on the Cabo de Gata Natural Park, east of Almeria. The Caba de Gate coastline also features the small villages of Las Negras and previously mentioned Agua Amarga, these towns are home to timeless sandy beaches.
The Costa de Almeria is serviced by three large airports, that of Almeria, which is centered in the Costa and is easily accessible for most regions. Furthermore, Malaga airport and Alicante airport are also convenient to travel through depending on which is nearest by. Almeria city is also host to a Ferry Port with ferries traveling to Africa (Morocco and Algeria), the also have ferries crossing to the enclave of Melilla.
Stretching along the coast of Girona from Blanes to Portbou located on the border of France is the Costa Brava. Translation, the wild coast, known for it’s rugged coastline and sandy beaches. The sceneries the Costa Brava displays are cause for it to be a favourite holiday destination in Spain, seas met by sandy coasts often featuring a pine forest backdrop. Proclaimed to be perhaps the prettiest costa of all.
The costa being found a popular host to tourism since the 1960’s has managed to maintain it’s allurement throughout the years, with qualities such as it’s coves and fishing villages, more modernly it has well developped resorts such as Blanes, a town that lies about 60Km from Barcelona and Lloret de Mar, both being possessing stunning beaches.
The Costa Brava is accessible via Girona Airport and features the second most visted museum in Spain, The Dali museum at Figueras. The whitewashed houses and limited beach of Cadaques attracting many artists for a long time, even home to Salvador Dali who was born in figueras himself.
The Costa Blanca has gotten it’s name because it’s landscapes are covered in white with the blossom of the almond cultivation. On top of this the costa Blanca is known for it’s stretched out, white sandy beaches
Coastal cities such as Benidorm and Calpé are popular destinations in the Costa Blanca. Another province in the Costa Blanca is Alicante, which features an airport and the harbor city Cartagena. The student city Murcia and Elx, also located in the Costa Blanca are host to gorgeous pinewood forests creating beautiful landscapes.
Costa Blanca is known to be divided between Costa Blanca North and Costa Blanca South. Both are complete opposites, Costa Blanca North consisting out of cliffs and remarkable rock formations and charming bays, whereas the southern coastline is outstretched with sandy beaches. These two halves meeting around the province of Alicante.
There are many properties available around the area of Costa blanca due to them being repossessed by the banks during the crisis. These properties are now in forced sale. Giving any buyers an opportunity to buy your dream abode at the Spanish coast for a beneficial price.
The Costa Dorada offers long stretched of golden sandy beaches, living up to the name ‘The Golden Coast’ when it’s translated. Contrasting the Golden beaches are the turquoise waters that meet them. Having 216Km of coastline this region is the epiphany of its name. From beaches hemmed by mountains to stretching landscapes that are host to harmonious villages and farms surrounded by olive groves, vineyards, almonds and market gardens.
The climate in Costa Dorada differentiates from cold and snowy in the winter, making it ideal to go skiing, and hot summer temperatures in the summer moderated by refreshing sea breezes.
This costa has a large range of historical and natural heritages that make beautiful excursions. Take for example the beautiful medieval monasteries of Poble Scala Dei and Santes Creus, or the cities of Reus, Montblanc and Tortosa, these places offering it’s visitors beautiful sceneries that have not yet been overdeveloped with tourism even though still having luxury amenities for travelers .
Serviced by the international airports of Reus Airport, which is used almost exclusively by a low cost airline, which travels back and forth to multiple European destination. The second main airport near the Costa Dorada is the Barcelona airport, which is serviced by many airlines and has numerous worldwide connections.
Many of the towns on the Costa Dorada are built around a castle or fortress. Most towns and villages are small and traditional, not having been overdeveloped with tourism. Yet they are friendly and well equipped with excellent amenities for holidaymakers.
Costa del Azahar
Costa del Azahar is a coastline of 115Km long, and area featuring nature parks and golden beaches with a rugged mountain backdrop. With the south of Costa del Azahar offering some of the most popular holiday resorts, Denia and Gandia, it offers so more else, also having towns along the orange blossom coast that celebrate numerous fiestas.
The Costa Azahar is a prime location as it is within easy reach of large cities such as Valencia, Barcelona and Castellon and on top off this the the Costa Azahar gets 300 days of sun throughout the year.
With endless of possibilities of activities and excursions that are to be found in this region of Spain, the Costa Azahar also offers a peaceful break from all the hectic that comes with many coastlines. There are also three large Golf resorts near to the Costa Azahar, two out of three located in Castellon.
The Costal Tropical
Neighboring popular tourist honey pot Costa del Sol is the less crowded Costa Tropical, yet still home to many popular destinations, for example the town of Almuñecar which lies in the center of the costa, Located in southern Spain along the Mediterranean coast the scenery holds the beauty of mountains meeting the sapphire waves of the sea.
With the sea breezes canceling out the heat in the summer the climate never gets too hot. Ranging from on average 18-25oC temperatures throughout the year. The costa enjoying a subtropical climate. This Costa itself benefits from a low cost of living and a relaxed atmosphere from the locals. Being near to the major cities Malaga and Granada this costa benefits from rich cultural heritages as well as having nature as a selling point, including many outdoor activities. The Costa Tropical can provide entertainment and enjoyment to all ages. Due to it being less popular as some other Costas, it has not yet overdeveloped, leaving it possible to find both modern housing as well as properties that capture the essences of antique Spain.
Furthermore, this Costa offers beautiful sites from both its historical, cultural and natural heritages, leaving little to be desired. Being in close proximity with previously mentioned cities Granada and Malaga this costa is serviced by major airports with international and internal flights.
The canary Islands are a cluster of islands made up out of 7 main islands, formed out of Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro.
With an all year round summer the Canary islands offer an endless buffet of adventurous outdoor activities… all year round. Featuring it’s warm waters, multiple islands with each a unique trait and booming wildlife. From scuba diving in shipwrecks to camel rides and golf, the island offers thousands of excursions to any individual.
The landscapes include pine-forested peaks, tumbling waterfalls and stretching landscapes, on top of that, to make the Canary islands that little bit more unique are the lava fields in Lanzarote. Aside from the landscapes the Canary Islands offer. With a wide variety of beach types and areas there are plenty of options to choice from that will fit you wants in a location.
Besides being home to numerous resorts, such as the Gran Canaria resort, the Canary Islands have a great natural and cultural wealth, with the possibility of hiking, All seven main islands have the opportunity to visit artistic museums that are highly underrated in comparison to art opportunities that are popularly visited in other regions of Spain.