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July 27, 2009Alicante has been named as the Spanish province where the highest number of citizens with the right to vote in EU elections reside.
July 24, 2009The Costa Blanca is not all about its well-known tourist resorts, it has been reorted by the Times newspaper.
July 21, 2009Average Spanish property prices fell by -5.4% over 12 months to the end of 2008, according to Spain’s official House Price Index, published yesterday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE).
July 18, 2009The low-cost airline will open 39 new Spanish routes to and from eight Spanish airports – Alicante, Girona, Granada, Ibiza, Palma, Reus, Santander and Sevilla.
July 15, 2009Shocking figures reveal only 17 percent Spaniards read English, 14 percent understand it, and only 11 percent speak it.
July 12, 2009Of the 80,000 real estate agents operating in Spain in the summer of 2006 just 25,000 are still in business, according to an article today in the Spanish daily La Vanguardia. That means that 70% of estate agents have closed in the property crash, destroying 180,000 jobs in the process.
July 9, 2009To be sure of a sunny holiday in these uncertain times it appears that more holiday makers are considering the Mediterranean than last year.
July 6, 2009Some 5,422,132 international tourists visited Spain during the first two months of this year, down -13.1% on the same time in 2008, according to a study released by the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade (MITT).
July 3, 2009The low-cost airline airline will open 39 new Spanish routes to and from eight Spanish airports – Alicante, Girona, Granada, Ibiza, Palma, Reus, Santander and Sevilla.
June 30, 2009It was revealed recently that the level of bad debtors in Spain is so high that banks and building societies are choosing not to flag the loans as bad, nor repossess the property or assets concerned.