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Mediterranean style villa with sea views in Balcón al Mar

Five properties on the Costa Blanca with the most internet traffic

In recent years, the stretch of over 200km of Mediterranean coastline in the province of Alicante known as the Costa Blanca, has cemented its position as one of the most desirable Spanish coastal areas for foreign nationals. There are a variety of reasons for its attraction, first and foremost because of the lovely coastal towns including Dénia,...

Thursday, November 13th, 2014
Splendid views of the garden

Prices of luxury properties fall

The economic crisis has damaged many sectors of our country and has seriously affected residential properties in the real estate market, resulting in a widespread reduction in the valuation of these properties. Amongst the various factors to have exacerbated such a significant drop in house prices are location, quality and asking price of...

Monday, September 15th, 2014
Elegant villa offering views

A great investment in Spain is an investment in real estate

When investing in exclusive real estate, two key factors to take into account are location and quality of product. However, the price of properties should also be an important consideration for those looking to buy a residence. Due to the numerous properties on offer in Spain which combine top quality and great location with a very reasonable...

Monday, August 25th, 2014
Villa Campello-Costa Blanca

Valencian Community leads property sales to foreign investors

In recent years, foreign investment in the housing sector has become particularly significant in the Valencian Community and at a national level. To mark the growing importance of this investment, an event was held in Madrid on July 7 by the Valencian regional government, (la Generalitat), and was aimed at analysing the economic impact that...

Wednesday, August 6th, 2014
Cliffs surrounding La Granadella beach

Fall in love this summer with the Costa Blanca and its wonderful beaches and coves

Throughout the summer period, a wide variety of visitors are drawn to the Costa Blanca and its charming areas, including Altea, Moraira, Jávea and Denia. The coast is scattered with numerous beaches and coves, and is perfect for families with young children, as well as water sport enthusiasts and those who enjoy the peace and quiet of hidden...

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014
Beautifully restored town centre of Altea

Altea: Dream homes in a sensational Spanish seaside town

Whitewashed houses, narrow cobbled streets and a privileged hilltop location: welcome to the charming seaside town of Altea, one of the Costa Blanca’s hidden gems on the coast of Alicante. From an elevated position overlooking a vast expanse of Mediterranean Sea, this characterful Spanish town is not only popular with foreign tourists but also...

Thursday, February 6th, 2014

Jávea’s property types – Part 1

A residential area's identity is typically characterised by its mix of property types combined with the surrounding scenery and views. Yet thanks to its diversity of areas, Jávea offers a wealth of property choice and variety of settings all within the same pretty town. The residential 'product mix' here on Spain's Costa Blanca provides such a...

Thursday, February 28th, 2013
La Barraca beach in Jávea

Cala Barraca, cove of beauty

Cala Barraca is the type of setting people daydream about when being stuck in the office and it doesn't stop raining outside- where blue water envelopes a beach that is bordered by high pine trees. Granted, the beach is more pebbly than sandy, yet it by no means  deters those looking for relative solitude and beauty under the Spanish sun. It is a...

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012