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Things to do for families around Mosa Trajectum and Murcia?

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Things to do for families around Mosa Trajectum and Murcia?

Post Posted: Sun Mar 06, 2016 8:28 pm

Hi we are new to purchasing a villa in Mosa Trajectum and currently live in London. We are new to the area Smile and we are looking for some inspiration and knowledge from you experienced expats that may live in Mosa Trajectum and Murcia.

Good restaurants, Parks, Zoo's, days out, shops etc

Things we should be aware of?

How to hire a local cleaner or tradesmen if needed?

I am a mum of three 21, 9 and 2 and a half so the wider the variety the better.

Also is there anywhere that we can source furniture etc from expats etc?

Thank you so much in advance for your help and we are really excited about the possibility of one day moving here permanently.

Rosie and family Smile

 

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Re: Things to do for families around Mosa Trajectum and Murc

Post Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2016 12:27 am

Hi Rosie

You are coming to a great place Mosa we love it and its a great community.We have a bar on site Maiden Van De Hoek which is run by Jannie & Marijke and its a great atmosphere a place to meet the residents and the holiday makers you can play table tennis etc, they have a football team and a darts team and hold quiz nights etc..we are 15 mins drive to Murcia where there is a zoo and water park its a lovely city,10 mins away from horse riding and archery,within 25 mins from about 6 beaches ,los alcazeres has a lovely square and lots of supermarkets and restaurants,there is a market everyday within the small towns locally which is great.Plenty of restaurants locally Spanish and english. Oh and 25 mins to Murcia Airport 1 hour from alicante airport.As regards furniture joining various sites here locally there is always someone selling something and there is a new DFS in san Javier that has just opened plenty of furniture shops about too. as far as schools Kings College is about 10 mins away spanish schools local also ,Doctors health centre in covera and we are very close to the hospitals ,you will find plenty of places to explore on your arrival.
as for hiring a local cleaner etc plenty of people can advise you here on that.good luck



Anne

 

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Re: Things to do for families around Mosa Trajectum and Murc

Post Posted: Tue Apr 26, 2016 9:28 pm

Hi Rosie,

I am just about to do the same, I am buying a property on Mosa Trajectum I hope to complete in a month.

There is a Facebook Group called "Expats warning & information group " on Facebook I know that it is not a nice title - but it is populated with helpful people.

They know everything and do not hold back on giving out advice.

I have bought one of the houses that need some work and I will live there and do some work too.

Regards

Nic

 

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Re: Things to do for families around Mosa Trajectum and Murcia?

Post Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 9:51 pm

I'm not sure I am using this correct however I was looking for some info on mosa trajection .We are seriously considering buying here can anyone give me any feed back of any kind good or bad please.

 

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