Brexit has not discouraged overseas homeowners from living in Spain. This is evidenced by Costa Blanca Spain being still popular with the Brits. The southern part of Costa Blanca is the most popular destination. Costa Blanca has golden sands, rich history, and is surrounded by natural surroundings.
Sunnier climates, lower cost of living, and a laid-back lifestyle have been the main attractions. The difficulty, however, is getting a permanent residence certificate.
Top 5 Reasons to Consider in 2022!
1: Easy Reach
Alicante Airport is the gateway to the region. You can reach Costa Blanca within 2.5 hours time. Once you get to Costa Blanca, you can contact the most popular resorts within 30 to 40 minutes. Alternatively, you can fly to Murcia San Javier, where you can fly up and down to important resorts.
2: Option for Bargain Property
Most of the developed areas stand between Orihuela Costa, at the starting point of Torrreviera, and end at a point bordering Murcia. In addition to these urban areas, you have the options to choose from the most sought-after resorts and residential communities such as Playa Flamenca, Cabo Roig, La Zenia, Los Dolses, Punta Prima, Dehesa de Campoamor, Villa martin, Quesada and North of Torrevieja. The British homeowners can bargain out of the different properties available.
You can bargain at a low of €50,000 for a small apartment, while you have the option of millions of euros. But, the best bargain will be in the range of €100,000 to €200,000. You can buy a large apartment or a detached bungalow at this range.
3: Golf & Beaches
Four golf courses come within 10 to 15 minutes, namely Las Colinas, Villamartin, Las Ramblas, and Campoamor, while others in North Torrevieja are La Marquesa and La Finca Vistabella. Other highlights of Costa Blanca are the promenades and the beaches. Alicante is home to 78 numbers of Blue Flag Beaches. This is the highest in any other province in Spain.
4: Established Community of Expats
British ex-pats are concentrated and dominating in and around Quesada and Orihuela Costa. Other nearby communities is Belgians, French, Scandinavians, and Germans.
5: Affordable Lifestyle
Living costs at Costa Blanca compared to other parts are remarkably cheaper. The council tax is lower significantly. You need to spend less on heating and do not have to use a car to go to the local market or the beach. The cost of groceries is cheaper.
Brexit has not discouraged overseas homeowners and this is evident being Costa Blanca Spain still popular with the Brits. The southern part of Costa Blanca is the most popular destination. Costa Blanca has golden sands, rich history, and is surrounded by natural surroundings. Sunnier climates, lower cost of living, and a laid-back lifestyle have been the main attractions.
The only difficulty, however, is getting a permanent residence certificate. So now you know why even after Brexit, Spain is a major attraction for relocating or permanent living for British.