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Why Buy Costa Blanca Property?

Spain's Costa Blanca offers many advantages, from the pleasant sunny climate and the associated health benefits to the outstanding natural beauty of many areas, to the lower cost of living and the far more relaxed lifestyle versus most EU countries, to the lower cost of property relative to the UK, and as a result the possibility of future income for those investing in Costa Blanca property, whether to sell it later, or the ideal prospect of using property on the Costa Blanca as a holiday home, while renting out to the Costa Blanca's ever growing tourist market when the property is not in use by the owners.

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Legal Aspects of Buying Property in Costa Blanca, Spain

You´ve made the decision to purchase a property and we want to make sure this exciting time is as stress free as possible. Our friendly, multi lingual team is here with their expertise and knowledge of properties in the area and in depth experience of helping buyers. These guidelines outline a little about the buying process and why we are best placed to work with you to make your dream home become a reality.

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Costa Blanca Information

Costa Blanca Information.

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Costa Blanca and Costa Del Azahar Beaches

The Blue Flag waves over the beaches of the Land of Valencia, symbolizing clean water and quality beaches, equipped with a full range of installations and services. 466 km of coastline, where you can enjoy everything the sea has to offer. Clean, transparent waters caress the land's beaches, covered in fine, golden sands or wave-worn shingles. Impressive cliffs dominate the horizon, watching over solitary coves.

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Costa Blanca Nature Reserves

On the shores of the Mediterranean there is a beautiful Land, a warm and inviting destination waiting for you. Come and see Costa Blanca, Benidorm, Valencia Terra i Mar and the Costa del Azahar in all their splendor. They are all places where you can enjoy fun in the sun, beautiful beaches, benefit from the climate and keep in shape with your favorite sport, all year round.

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Cultural strolls on the Costa Blanca and Costa Del Azahar

Centuries of culture and rich historical and artistic heritage await you: Neolithic paintings in the caves of Valltorta (Tirig-Albocácer), Cueva de la Araña (Bicorp) and Morella la Vella; archeological remains in L'Alcúdia (ElX), la Serreta (Alcoy) and Castell de Castells; Roman monuments in Sagunto, Cabanes and Chelva; Medieval castles in the districts of Els Ports (Castellón) and Vinalopó (Alicante); and numerous civic and religious buildings in all architectural styles in Alzira, Bocairent, Gandia, Requena, Valencia, Xàtiva, Castellón de la Plana, Jénca, Morella, Peñíscola, Sant Mateu, Alicante, Elx, Orihuela, and more.

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It's Fiesta Time in Costa Blanca and Costa Del Azahar

Over 600 popular fiestas are held in the area each year - fiestas that are meant to be held in the streets, for everybody to enjoy.

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Costa Blanca's Crafts and Mediterranean Cuisine

Villas in Costa Blanca are perfectly placed to enjoy the rich culinary lineup based on fresh produce from the Local market gardens, the sea and the rugged hinterland.

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Where to Live on the Costa Blanca

We offer properties across the Costa Blanca, both in coastal areas and other towns just inland. Properties for sale in Moraira (where Hamiltons' main office is located) and othcer coastal towns of Denia and Javea are some of the most popular choices of expatriates, though some prefer to live in more peaceful mountain villages and small towns, such as Jalon, or the nearby villages of Parcent and Alcalali, away from the hustle and bustle. Our selection covers over 2,000 properties on the Costa Blanca. You can read more about the Costa Blanca on our general Costa Blanca information page, as well as general amenities and activities across the Costa Blanca under the "information" heading in the menu.

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Settling in Costa Blanca

The Spanish culture is significantly different than that of other EU countries, offering a far more relaxed environment, free from the pressures of the UK, as well as liberation from its continually overcast skies and depressing climate. It is wise to spend some time over here in a rented property before committing to the complete move to Costa Blanca, allowing you to get used to the of the lifestyle, which generally, is one of procrastination and relaxation (expect to spend hours over meals with Spanish friends, and don't worry if it takes a while to fix things). However, for most people the short delays and relaxed culture is exactly what they came for, away from the strict, pressurised lifestyle of the UK, not to mention the weather and the beauty, particularly in the Costa Blanca region of Spain.

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Valencia

Valencia, Terra i Mar offers visitors an extensive range of tourist attractions, ensuring that everyone will enjoy their stay in the region:

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Benidorm

An authentic tourist resort, with clean, golden beaches of outstanding quality. Modern buildings and wide avenues, hotels to suit everyone, a warm climate encouraging visitors to come 365 days a year. Whether you want an active or a peaceful and relaxing holiday - it's yours for the asking, day or night. Nightlife or beachlife. And above all, a city which is accustomed to giving its all, in order to make guests feel at home.

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