By Euro Weekly News Media • 16 February 2019 • 9:30
VERA’S FERIA: Great atmosphere in the El Palmeral fair zone
Photo credit: Vera town hall
SPAIN is one of the world’s best-loved destinations for retirement, and good reason.
Whether it is the weather, scenery, food, wine, or people, Spain is country full of warmth, fun, and adventure.
But after making the decision to pack up in their own countries and move to Spain, is there anything expatriates can do to ensure a successful transition and retirement in Spain?
According to moving company Globexs, ways to ensure maximum quality of life include hunting around for a property in a location you love but one that is not necessarily the most expensive.
The experts say this will help keep initial home-buying costs down and could also keep the cost of living down if you live nearer to independent or smaller bars and restaurants.
Once you have found your dream home and begin settling in, the site recommends taking online or in-person language classes to be able to pick up a little of the language.
This can ensure success in conversation, at the supermarket and at the bar.
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