Spain has lower property prices than many European countries. This, coupled with the low cost of living, make it particularly appealing to expats.
Work from Anywhere
In Spain you can finally turn the dream of working from anywhere into a reality. Reliable internet connections will keep you connected and productive.
Unlock the Golden Visa
Investing in Spanish property opens doors to the coveted "Golden Visa." This special visa grants non-EU residents an initial one-year visa to reside in Spain (which is extendable) and the freedom to travel extensively throughout Europe’s Schengen Zone countries visa free for up to 90 days in every 180-day period.
If you like hustle and bustle, Madrid is the place for you. With over 3 million residents, Madrid is the largest city in Spain and one of the most lively cities in Europe.
With a buzzing social scene, incredible nightlife, beautiful wide boulevards and classic architecture, the city has something for everyone.
It is Spain’s biggest economic hub and is popular with the technology, tourism and trade industries. The city plays host to 40% of international businesses in Spain. Given this, it will come as no surprise that Madrid is also home to the country’s biggest expat community, currently estimated at 1 million people or around 29% of the Madrid population.
According to the 2022 InterNations’ Expat Insider Report, Madrid is ranked the third best city in the world for expats. Madrid is a great hub for exploring other regions in Spain (and beyond) and is connected by one of the world’s fastest high speed rail networks.
Costa Blanca is known for its picturesque sandy beaches that stretch from Alicante to Valencia. Flanked by a rugged mountainous landscape, the coastline is dotted with beautiful beaches, charming villages and larger cosmopoltian towns.
Alicante, the main town along the coast, is known for its relaxed lifestyle, Mediterranean cuisine and leisure activities. It’s the perfect combination of comfortable city living and a relaxed country vibe that make it so appealing to expats.
Andalusia’s capital, Seville, is as picturesque as they come. With stunning Moorish architecture, horse-drawn carriages and a thriving Flamenco scene, what more could you ask for?! Seville has a vibrant culture and colourful history dating back to Roman times.
For a small town, Seville bats above its weight and features three World Heritage sites
- the Seville Cathedral (the world’s biggest gothic cathedral)
- the breathtaking Alcazar palace
- and the Archivo de Indias
Rated as Spain’s most bike friendly city, thanks to its flat terrain, cyclists and walkers alike will feel right at home in Seville.