We wanted to achieve several goals by buying a property. The foremost goal was to obtain a European residence permit and, in doing so, safeguard our family against the economic instability in our home country. The second one was to realise the opportunity of spending all of our children’s school holidays, as well as our own summer holidays, in Spain.Read all
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Colonial houses built in the 18th and 19th centuries by wealthy Spaniards who made their fortune in Latin America are one of the main sights in Begur, Spain. Such villas in Begur are seldom for sale and would cost millions of euros. Some of them are open for visitors showcasing luxurious decor of olden times.
Yet Begur is a modern city too, offering plenty of opportunities for active sports and leisure.
The infrastructure is also in place. There is a Friday market, several supermarkets and private stores here.
A buyer of a villa in Begur might spend evenings strolling through the Old Town, dining in a Cuban, Italian or Spanish restaurant with a sea view or watching live performances in the central square.
A house in Begur would cost at least €200,000. A