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16 Mar 2012 00:00 by granjero Star rating in lincs. 28 posts Send private message

Anyone live in pruna ?or has anyone visited ?going to look at a property there in the next few weeks ,just wanted to no if anyone had any info on the place ,is it suitable for a holiday retreat ?





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28 Mar 2012 15:46 by christineinseville Star rating in Pruna (Seville) and .... 25 posts Send private message

Hi there

pruna is a great little village, 3,000 inhabitants, great Spanish community feel, absolutely beautiful!!!

and on the plus side in the last 10 days pruna has acquired a bus stop and is now part of the scheduled bus service to Olvera and MoronSeville,

when i moved here there were no buses and to use public transport you had to get a lift into Olvera and use their buses (Olvera also has buses to Malaga!)

You get a lot more 'bang for your buck' in pruna, half the price of olvera, with a more authentic Spanish feel (and no coach loads of tourists cluttering up the pavements throughout the summer)

90 minute drive from malaga or seville, easy journey

the village has a pharmacy, two tiny supermarkets, a huge Friday market, countless bars that serve tapas and beer at really low prices, local Dr (easily available without appointment for all Brits, just bring your medical card) dentist, local small hospital in Olvera (10 mins drive)

But pruna is not just a cheap Costa del sol without the Costa, the locals do not speak  English, but love warching you try to make yourself clear. They appreciate us Brits buying there, because they do not want to see their village home empty

The public swimming pool is open from July to september, open air, nicely landscaped.



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28 Mar 2012 17:49 by cazzy Star rating in Inland Andalucia. 180 posts Send private message

 Pruna is nice as are a lot of the villages and small towns in this area, as an estate agent I visit many villages around this area, but Pruna always sticks in my mind as one of the nicer ones. I think it would make a great town for a holiday home providing you are happy to mix with the Spanish. There are a lot of Brits in the surrounding areas, but do not expect many of the Spanish to speak english. Good Luck and I hope the house is just what you are looking for!!





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