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Property in Costa Blanca is some of the most well-liked property in Spain as the Costa Blanca is one of the most popular destinations for Brits, whether it is for a summer holiday or a destination for a second home, property in Costa Blanca is first choice for many. Property in Costa Blanca is well liked for its close proximity to the major tourist destinations of Benidorm and Alicante; and Costa Blanca itself is made up of over 200 kilometres of coastline within the Province of Alicante in Spain. A popular Costa for tourists looking for beautiful beaches, sun kissed villas in Costa Blanca and great food; the Costa Blanca extends from the towns of Denia from the north to Torrevieja in the south and has a well developed tourism industry.
Property in Costa del Sol is becoming increasingly popular as golf properties in the Costa del Sol and golf resorts in the Costa del Sol have become hot picks for both investors and holidaymakers. Recently, the Costa del Sol has become known as the 'Costa del Golf' due to the growing number of high quality golf courses and resorts; many of which are centred around Marbella. A region in the south of Spain, the Costa del Sol, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, is made up of the coastal towns and communities along the Mediterranean coastline of the Málaga province, and the eastern edge of the Cádiz province. The Costa del Sol, which, translated means 'sunny' or 'sunshine' coast, was once made up of many small, quiet fishing villages; the region now, however, has transformed into a world renowned tourist destination with high-rise settlements and chic villa resorts running the length of the coastline.
If your dream overseas property lies in Spain, head south and invest in property in The Costa Tropical. Framed by the Sierra Nevada national park, fringed by beautiful seas and nestled between Almeria's desert-like coast to the East and the thriving beaches of the Costa del Sol to the west, lies the 'secret coast' of the Costa Tropical! Property in The Costa Tropical is relatively inexpensive as mass tourism has yet to hit the Spanish Costa; so if you want to purchase property in The Costa Tropical, venture southwards to pick up bargain properties while they're there to be had! The Costa Tropical, with more than 2000 years if history and historic sites such as the world famous Alhambra, lush gardens and breathtaking castles; is the next Spanish property hotspot with one of the healthiest climate in Europe and second in the world!
The Canary Islands, all of volcanic origin, are much closer to the coast of Africa than to mainland Spain and those who purchase property on the Canary Islands benefit from the remarkably mild climate the islands have; thanks to their mid-Atlantic location. While the Canaries are best known for their pristine beaches, property in the Canaries offer views of strikingly diverse landscapes. Whether you invest in property in Gran Canaria, property in Fuerteventura, property in Lanzarote, property in Tenerife, property in La Palma, property in Gomera or property in Hierro, you will be surrounded by either sub-tropical rainforests, arid plains, pine woods, sand dunes, mountain peaks or remarkable flora. The main tourist resorts are excellent for water sports, windsurfing, sailing, fishing, tennis, golf and so on. The local people take great pride in their folklore traditions and the carnival festivities are famous throughout Spain.
The Balearic Islands; Minorca, Majorca and Ibiza; are amongst the most popular holiday destinations in the whole of Europe and their excellent climate, beaches and natural beauty attracts visitors and investors form around the world. Property in Majorca is attractive to investors as Majorca is the largest and most commercial of the island. Since 1952, when package holidays were first available on the island, it has been a well liked holiday destination. Many return for holidays each year and so have invested in property in Majorca. Buying a property in Majorca will always be a good investment as property in the Balearics remains highly rentable. Apartments in Majorca and villas in Majorca will rent to both families and young holidaymakers when you are not using the Majorca property yourself and be a fantastic retreat when you do want to get away. Though it has a reputation for being a party island, Ibiza also has a quieter side and attracts families and couples to its white sands and clear waters, away from the revellers and busy club resorts. And property in Ibiza is some of the loveliest property in the Balearics. Apartments in Ibiza and villas in Ibiza are rentable throughout the year thanks to the islands 300 days of sunshine; so purchasing property in Ibiza whether for investment purposes or personal use will guarantee you returns on your Ibiza property.
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