Spain’s climate – warm summers and mild winters – makes it a popular destination for relocation, retirement, holiday homes and investment properties.
From cosmopolitan Barcelona, the cultural heritage and traditions of Murcia, to the stunning views and coastal attractions of Malaga – each Spanish province has its own unique charm – the only challenge is where to begin your search to find your dream home in the sun.
Alicante is a major coastal city on the Costa Blanca with its own airport just 10km south of the city. It is also well served by the motorway network stretching the length of Spain’s east coast.
With summer temperatures averaging around 31 degrees C and a mild winter with a low of 11 or 12 degrees C – Alicante attracts many foreign property buyers from colder Northern climates and the port of Alicante City is a major destination on cruise ship routes.
Perfect weather conditions, coastal attractions and stunning views make it one of the most ideal tourist destinations in Spain.
The subtropical-Mediterranean temperatures make it one of the warmest regions during the winter, with average annual temperatures of 17 degrees Celsius.
Mallorca, the largest of all the Balearic Islands, is situated in the Mediterranean Sea. Its idyllic setting, coastal beauty and pleasant climate make Mallorca a highly reputable tourist destination, attracting millions of tourists each year.
The climate in Mallorca is very similar to that of the other Balearic Islands, with top temperatures reaching nearly 31 degrees during the summer months. Average temperatures throughout the year rarely drop below 10 degrees, making it the ideal holiday destination all year round.
Enjoy the abundant cultural heritage and traditional festivals that take place every year in Murcia, including the Huerta festivals during the spring, Holy Week procession and Three Cultures International Festival.
With the River Segura running through the city and architectural delights, including the Cathedral of Murcia, the wonderfully designed Town Hall, Murcia’s oldest bridge, Puente de los Peligros and the Casa Cerda in Santo Domingo square, to take in, it’s a fantastic city to stroll through, day and night.
Valencia is a huge hit with tourists and travellers from across the globe thanks to its subtropical Mediterranean climate and historical streets and buildings in the capital city that stretch back to the times of the Roman Empire. Winters tend to be reasonably short and mild whilst the summers are hot with temperatures regularly soaring over 30º C.
Valencia is also well known for the Las Fallas festival that takes place in March every year, which incorporates a diverse range of Valencian cultural heritage; from traditional dresses to historical Valencian ceramics and a celebration of Valencian architecture. And unique La Tomatina event – or, annual tomato fight! Held in the nearby town of Bunol during the summer.