Hello dear friends. We will start a series of informative sessions about Spain, the beach area, tourism and the possibility of purchasing a property in Spain.

To answer the basic question:

WHY WOULD I COME TO SPAIN IN WINTER? Because you might like it a lot…

  I give you just a few reasons why someone might choose to travel to Spain in the beach area even in winter:

Mild Climate: Winter in Spain is relatively warm compared to other European countries, with temperatures that can reach up to 25º.

  Stunning Scenery: Spain’s beaches are known for their natural beauty, offering breathtaking views and unique landscapes.

  Diverse Beaches: Spain has over 8000 kilometers of coastline and thousands of beaches, from hidden and undiscovered ones to popular tourist resorts, offering a wide variety of options.

Gastronomy: Spanish cuisine is renowned for its diversity and flavor, offering a special culinary experience even in winter.

  Diverse Activities: Even outside of the summer season, Spain offers a wealth of activities, from water parks and museums to places to visit and cultural events. It is known that in Spain if you arrive in a place and there is no fiesta there, within a radius of 100 km you will find another village or town that has a fiesta or a festive day…

  Escape from the Cold: Spain can be a perfect destination for those who want to escape the cold winters and enjoy milder weather and sunshine. A mild climate can also be found in Europe, not only in Central America, Dubai or Asia, not to mention open and close people as well as culture.

  Unique Winter Holidays: Spain has interesting winter holiday traditions, offering a different experience than other countries, with the possibility of spending Christmas and New Year’s Eve on the beach.

  These are just a few of the many reasons why Spain remains an attractive destination even in the winter months, especially in the coastal areas.

Question: Can anyone buy a property in Spain?

Answer: YES. We will talk about this later.

I don’t know Spain, I don’t know the legislation, where do I start?

Before thinking about buying a home in Spain, a foreigner might have the following questions and doubts:

Why would I buy a property in Spain? You will think of at least one of the following options:

To move and relocate by changing your lifestyle.

To invest in a property that you can rent and later use.

To rent a large part of the year and use it for a few months a year, when you want, for example, to escape the cold weather, or to take a mini vacation in the summer.

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What is everyday life like in Spain?

1. It is an intriguing and enriching experience for expats due to its relaxing lifestyle, pleasant weather, delicious cuisine and rich culture.

2. It’s common to go for tapas, small snacks, before meals, especially on non-working days. Bars and restaurants are central to social life, serving a variety of regional dishes

3. Spain has a well-developed public transport system that connects all major cities. In the big cities there are buses, trolleybuses and metro. In general, in most of the communities, except Catalunya are free highways with a clearly superior quality to those in Germany.

4. Cost of living: Spain is one of the affordable destinations in Europe in terms of cost of living. The cost of living is not exorbitant compared to other European countries. For example, rent prices in Spain are 40% lower than in the United Kingdom, and food prices are 30% lower than in Germany and in many cases lower than in Romania.

5. Spain is known for its top-notch healthcare system, which is a significant advantage for residents.

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6. People in general sound very relaxed, I could say in some cases much too relaxed – that’s why they live longer and that’s why there is a lot of interest in migrating to the Mediterranean area

7. Pace of life: Spaniards value time spent with family and friends. Long meals and socializing are common, and the pace of life can be slower than in big cities.

8. Apart from shopping centers and Horeca, shops are generally closed at noon from 2-5 (Siesta is taken). The Spanish usually have a late lunch, the main meal of the day, between 14:00 and 16:00, often followed by a siesta. Dinner is always late, between 8:00 PM and 10:30 PM

9. Festivals and Activities: Spain is famous for its many festivals and events, so Spain is an attractive destination for expats with a combination of tradition, relaxation and adventure.

How can I integrate into the local community?

To integrate into the local community in Spain, here are some useful tips:

1.Learn Spanish: Knowing the local language is a great advantage for communication and integration. Even if you don’t speak, practice – you will find understanding and no one will make fun of you if you don’t speak well – they are used to foreigners – tourists or immigrants.

Connect with physical or online communities. Attend local events: Attending cultural and social events can expand your circle of knowledge and enhance your experience of living in Spain.

Sign up for classes or workshops: These can be good opportunities to learn new skills and meet people with similar interests. There are also free Spanish language courses offered by the mayors or the autonomous community.

Download your local community app. Not all town halls or local councils have their own app, but there are services that offer mobile apps with various functionalities such as notifications, incident management, citizen participation and more. For example, more than 1,200 city councils use the Bandomovil, platform, which provides a global communication service for city councils and other organizations. In addition, there are other applications such as eAgora that also offer citizen participation and municipal management solutions.

These are just some general suggestions, but every onboarding experience is unique. It is important to be open and try to get involved as much as possible in the life of the local community. Good luck!

What do I need to know about Spanish culture and customs?

Spain is divided into 17 autonomous communities. Some of these autonomous communities have their own co-official languages.

Spanish culture and customs are rich and varied, reflecting a long history and diverse regional influences. In Spain, Christmas is spent in the family, with decorated houses and rich meals. On January 6, children receive gifts from the Three Kings. Many festivals are related to religion, such as Semana Santa, when religious processions take place in the streets. San Fermin: Known for the running of the bulls in Pamplona, it is a festival full of adrenaline and tradition. Flamenco: It is an expressive and passionate dance, an integral part of Spanish culture, especially in Andalusia. Bullfighting: Although highly controversial, bullfighting is still popular in parts of Spain and is considered by some to be an art. Spain has a Mediterranean diet with a lot of emphasis on lunch and tapas. Siesta: An afternoon break for rest and relaxation, the siesta is a traditional custom in many Spanish regions. Spain is well known for its colorful and lively festivals, such as La Tomatina and Las Fallas, where large statues made of wood, cardboard, cork and polyester are burned. These are just some of the traditions and customs that define Spanish culture. Each region of Spain can have its own unique traditions, making exploring Spanish culture a diverse and enriching experience.

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