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Where are the best places to live and work in Spain in 2022?
Wednesday, January 5, 2022 @ 2:26 PM

This is a question that is being asked by so many considering a move to Spain either permanently or part-time. However, it is not an easy question to answer. It will depend very much on your needs and lifestyle requirements. There’s a lot to take into consideration when choosing a place to live; job opportunities, healthcare, schools if you have kids, affordable accommodation and so on… has just made the choice a little easier by shortlisting the best places to live. The list offers recommendations with a Nomad Score which is based on a number of factors such as cost of living, healthcare, weather, family life and numerous other data points. All with the objective of helping you to decide which is the best city to live in and/or work from remotely.

The list is topped this year by Barcelona, knocking Tenerife off the Nº1 spot. The fact that Barcelona boasts some of the best job opportunities while having a beach at the same time is a strong selling factor for those looking to work in Spain. However, Tenerife’s warm climate all year round and large ex-pat community has enabled it to stay near the top at second place. This is a great place for families to establish their homes by the sea at a reasonable price.

No matter which city on the list you choose, each one has its own unique selling points so if you are in doubt why not take a holiday or rent an apartment for a few months or so to properly check out the area before taking the plunge and that way you can be sure the place ticks all your boxes. So why not get cracking and start your Spanish property hunt!



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1. Barcelona.  For Sale   For Rent
2. Tenerife.   For Sale   For Rent
3. Las Palmas For Sale  For Rent
4. Madrid.   For Sale   For Rent
5. Valencia.   For Sale  For Rent
6. Seville.   For Sale   For Rent
 7. Palma, Mallorca. For Sale. For Rent


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lenox said:
Wednesday, January 5, 2022 @ 7:20 PM

C'mon - how many English-reading foreigners want to move to Spain and live in a city? A few might be city-bound because of a specific job-offer, but most will be looking at somewhere cheaper, quieter, prettier, more convivial and with a local pet-store.

mac75 said:
Friday, January 14, 2022 @ 12:57 PM

If you want your property to hold its value it is much safer buying in a city. It is also much faster to rent out if you want to return home for any length of time. Being in a city near a beach like Valencia or Palma de Mallorca is a very safe bet when purchasing a property.

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