Valencia’s beach to the North of the Port is divided into three areas; the Cabanyal, the Malvarrosa and the Patacona (For purposes of this article we divide it into four). However it really is just one long and very sandy beach with an excellent promenade that you will find people skating, cycling and jogging up and down every day all year round. The beach area is not overdeveloped as great measures have been taken to make sure that there was no massive property development that could spoil the feel of the area. However this has meant that for many years it was ignored. Now things are changing and even the Valencians are starting to appreciate what an underused and excellent asset the city has. To find out why we need to look back at the history of the city.
A stroll around Valencia looking for flats for sale in Spain can be ever so elevating as the sights and sound of the city infuse your soul.
I wrote an ebook a year or so ago about the buying process in Spain when you are going through the purchase process of getting a house. I am now preparing another book about what you need to know to live in Spain. Currently I am writing short articles on my other blog www.valenciacomment.blogspot.com about aspects of Spanish life.
The last week has seen a rush of enquiries and interest in many properties from both a rental and a purchase viewpoint. Why is this? I have a few theories but my favourite might just well be the following. Are people in the UK now so sick and tired ofContinue reading