Focus on Andalucia

This week we’ve decided to continue our discovery of Spain and take you to the beautiful region of Andalucia, located in the south of the country.

Long hot summers, mild winters, gazpacho, paella, tapas, beaches, mountains… Andalucia ticks many boxes!

Andalucia is an autonomous region located in southern Spain, bordering Portugal and the Mediterranean Sea. It is the largest and most populous region of Spain, with a population of over 8 million. Andalucia has a rich history and cultural heritage, with a mix of Roman, Visigothic, Moorish, and Christian influences that can be seen in its architecture, art, and cuisine.

There you will find several beautiful cities, such as Seville, Granada, and Malaga, as well as stunning natural landscapes, such as the Sierra Nevada mountain range and the Costa del Sol coastline.

Compared to other parts of Europe, the cost of living in Andalucia is relatively low. Housing, food, and transportation are all more affordable there than in many other European cities.

Spain also has a universal health care system that provides high-quality medical care to all residents, regardless of their income or socio-economic status. This means that expats living in Andalucia can access affordable, high-quality health care when they need it.

Well-connected to the rest of Spain and Europe, with several international airports and high-speed trains that connect the region to Madrid and other major Spanish cities, choosing to live in this part of Spain makes it easy to travel and stay connected with family and friends.

Overall, Andalucia is a great place to live for those who value a high quality of life, a relaxed pace of life, and a strong sense of community. The region offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities, a rich cultural heritage, and a warm and welcoming community of locals and expats.

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