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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Sitges, Spain, has turned into a popular resort over the past 30 years, and wealthy Barcelonans often buy apartments in Sitges for summer retreats. Foreigners account for 35% of the local community and consist of mostly British, French, and Swedish folk.
Leisure opportunities in Sitgers cater to all tastes and ages with excellent sandy beaches, busy night life, ancient architecture, numerous restaurants and shops and proximity to golf courses and yacht marinas. There is a leisure park for children – Terramar Park – and the nature preservation area Park Natural del Garraf nearby is good for cycling and enjoying the pristine, natural environs.
Flats in Sitges are priced