Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, in Palma offers all facettes of life for residents who came to live. Ibiza and Menorca, though smaller, are very attractive to live as well.
The "Costa Blanca" (White Coast) refers to the approximately 200-kilometer-long stretch of coast in the province of Alicante. We find here as wide sandy beaches as small bays and beautiful landscapes with palm groves, wetlands and several nature parks.
It is quite clear the spanish mainland holds all type of landscapes, village and capitals. To live here is possible in important urbanisations or as an eremit far away from it all.
The Canary Islands differ from each other. However, it is very enjoyable to experience the advantages of the beaches and coastlines, the mountains and the friendly local people.
The Costa Brava is a coastline named "brava" because of its wild character. Beaches like fjords with a great natural hinterland and small fishing ports make a great contrats to the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona.
The Costa del Sol (Spanish for "Sun Coast") is a coast in southern Spain (Andalusia). It is bordered to the west by the Campo de Gibraltar and to the east by the Costa Tropical (Granada province).
Thousands of chalets are avaible along the beautiful beaches of Spain.
Ofice Building or commercial centers can be bought or constructed in the most important locations all over Spain.
Chalets and villas can be built in the most attrative locations of Spain, to the clients demand.
Apartments or livings are available for sale or rent in most of the coastal aereas of Spain
Fincas with or without a history should be well selected.
Craftmen and other workers are available for any construction or maintenance work all over the country.