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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Torrevieja is the third largest largest city in Alicante. Property for sale in Torrevieja is of particular interest for British, German, Russian and Swedish buyers.
Torrevieja boasts of a
There is scarcely a house here with more than three or five storeys. Modern apartment and villa complexes have been developed in the south of the city. Real estate in Torrevieja costs less in downtown areas, yet often requires repairs.
Average prices here are
Townhouses for €50,000 and more might sell around Torrevieja: in La Mata in the north and in Punta Prima, Playa Flamenco and La Senia in the south. A house in the established residential area El Chaparral — a strip of land between two lagoons — would cost