Monthly Archives: January 2011

Long-term rental apartment Elviria

If you’re looking to rent a modern, well-decorated apartment in a peaceful location on the Costa del Sol this would be a great choice. This apartment features a large master bedroom with en suite and doors leading to the terrace and a second bedroom with twin beds and access to a guest shower room. There is a […]

Flying between the UK and Spain

Those of us who are renting long-term in Spain but still have family and friends in the UK, are likely to want to travel back and forth at least a few times a year and also welcome loved-ones over here to enjoy a free holiday. Luckily, Spanish airports are now very well served by low-cost airlines from the […]

The history of expats in Spain

Relocating to Spain is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language, experience first hand the Spanish culture and enjoy the fantastic produce and local festivals. If you’re living in the country, understanding the history can help you to understand how the place has developed and why certain things are now the way they are. Spain has a very […]

Perdido – Lost

For January’s monthly Spanish lesson, here are some key phrases to make sure you’ll be able to find your way around this year. This is a vital area of Spanish if you’re trying to explore a new area and if you’re renting long-term on the Costa del Sol there are so many places to visit that you’re spoilt […]

Malaga’s green experiment

Spain has been leading the way in green energy for many years, with huge solar parks, grants for installing solar panels available for businesses and individuals and large-scale use of wind power. The city of Malaga is taking this a big step forward with its Smartcity project. This fantastic forward thinking project aims to abate its CO2 […]