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Moving to Costa Tropical

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Spain.
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Moving to Costa Tropical

Post Posted: Wed Jun 28, 2017 5:42 am

My Wife and I will be arriving in Almunecar in July, when we will have a look at Almunecar, Solobrena and La Herradura. We plan to relocate to Spain next year and we like the look of the costa tropical and will rent initially in one of the above. We will not limit ourselves to these areas only, but the costa tropical seems as good a place as any to start our search. During our visit in July we will try to establish contact with some estate agents on the ground, in order to start looking at/for rentals before we relocate.

So bearing the above in mind, can anyone recommend estate agents in Almunecar, Solobrena and La Herradura or the costa tropical in general?

Kind regards..........

 

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Re: Moving to Costa Tropical

Post Posted: Thu Jun 29, 2017 3:34 pm

Hi there!
I personally know the Costa Tropical very well as I live in Nerja, just a few kilomotres to the west. La Herradura is a cozy area with many different nationalities whilst Almunecar is a larger town with predominantly more Spanish tourism. Certainly, Nerja, is the main town in the area (although it falls into Malaga and the Costa del Sol) and has a much more cosmopolitan feed about it with many Brits and Scandanavians, particularly Swedes. Our portal has many properties for sale and rent in the area: www.lpgspain.com
Good luck with your search!
Kind regards
Robert


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Re: Moving to Costa Tropical

Post Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 11:25 pm

Dear Robert,

Thank you so much for your advice, much appreciated!

Regards.

 

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Re: Moving to Costa Tropical

Post Posted: Sun Jul 09, 2017 3:38 pm

You're welcome!


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Re: Moving to Costa Tropical

Post Posted: Mon Jul 10, 2017 10:36 am

Hello

Costa tropical is one of the fine location in the Andalucia region. If you are looking for cortijos, townhouses and apartments in Cordoba, Jaen, Granda and Malaga location, you can contact to "Inland Andalucia Ltd", a real estate agency helping peoples to find there dream homes from past 15 years.

Good Luck
www.inlandandalucia.com/

 

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