Buying Timeshare In Spain

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Buying Timeshare In Spain
« on: May 14, 2012, 12:23:36 »
For many years, Spain has been a destination for holidaymakers from around the world, drawn to its good weather, great beaches, rich culture, and seemingly laid back lifestyle. Thousands of people return year on year, and for these people, buying timeshare in Spain is an attractive proposition. It offers a way of investing in a property overseas, and also provides a home away from home when on vacation.

Being a vast country, with each region having its own character and feel, it is important to find out more about the country before buying timeshare in Spain. Life in the touristy coastal resorts is very different from life in the more traditional villages to be found in the interior, and just because English is spoken in the resorts, does not mean that everybody speaks it!

Spain consists of 17 autonomous communities, which are better described as regions. Ex-pat communities can be found in all of these regions, although the vast majority are located along the southern and eastern coastal areas consisting of Andalusia, Murcia, Valencia and Catalonia. Each region has something to offer those people considering buying timeshare in Spain, and a brief description of them is offered below.

Andalusia is Spain’s most southern region, and whilst many people think only of its famous coastal cities such as Marbella, Malaga and Almeria, it also has a vast interior with culturally rich cities such as Seville, Cordova and Granada. The countryside is truly beautiful, and traditions such as flamenco and bullfighting are very much alive here. For people buying timeshare in Spain, its greatest attraction is perhaps the year through good weather that it enjoys. The summer months are of course hot, but even in the winter, the day time temperatures rarely drop below 14 degrees. This makes it a popular choice with people from northern Europe who seek a nearby escape from long, dark, cold winter nights.

To the east of Andalusia, is the region of Murcia. Less well known than the other regions, its main cities are Murcia and Cartagena. Its Mediterranean coastline is known as the Costa Calida, or the warm coast, and it has some excellent beaches that attracts tourists and those looking at buying timeshare in Spain.

Valencia, to the north of Murcia, stretches halfway up the eastern coast of Spain. Boasting a fantastic climate once more, its most famous section of coast is the Costa Blanca, where Benidorm is an ever popular holiday destination. Tourism is long established here, and so people who may be looking to sub-let their timeshare in Spain on occasion might choose Murcia as a place to buy.

Finally, Catalonia at the top of the eastern Spanish coastline is also a well visited area. Whilst it might not enjoy the year around good weather of the south, the Costa Brava and Costa Dorada are extremely busy during the summer months, and the cities of Barcelona and Girona both beautiful and historic. It has long been a popular place for people buying timeshare in Spain, and a variety of properties are available such as villas, apartments and cottages.

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