Welcome to Find in Spain

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One simple word that sums up what you should expect to enjoy, if you are lucky enough to retire to Spain from the UK or anywhere else in the world. A new life enjoying your retirement in Spain is easy and there are lots of businesses to support you.

The food in Spain is wonderfulSpain is a wonderful place to retire to, but it is always best do some home work first. Read up on the subject and understand exactly what to expect. We will be adding dedicated articles to this website that will be of great help in retiring to Spain. Where to go and how to do it, will be explained in detail and new articles will be added every week.

When thinking of retiring to Spain, there is a lot to consider. Buying a property or moving onto a residential semi-retirement mobile home park perhaps. Some people simply stay on campsites in their motorhome or caravan, so they can travel and see all of Spain.

Where best to go, Costa del Sol, Costa Blanca or one of the other Costas. North Spain in the summer and South Spain is also possible. How do you get on with paying for things? Perhaps, a UK prepaid card that you simply top up and get the best exchange rate, or simply open a Spanish bank account.

Then there is the paperwork: What is an NIE number and how easy is it to get one? Spain can be full of surprises when it comes to paperwork. Then, there is the car. Bring your UK one or buy a car already on a Spanish registration. What exactly is involved? That is where we come in. We will publish the very latest articles on the subject with links to put you in touch with those who can help. In a short while, we will be THE website all about how to retire to Spain.

Find in Spain

is all about helping people to retire to Spain, to come and work in Spain or simply to have a holiday home in Spain. Businesses and websites that offer a service or good advice for the retired or for people looking for holiday homes in Spain, are invited to tell everyone about their service in an article.

Although primarily the site will focus on retirement, it does not stop at that. Anyone with something to offer people who are looking at Spain to live are welcome to submit an article.

Articles will remain on the site for 9 months, but the writer can renew it if the article is still current. It is hoped that by putting a time limit on articles. we will always have up to date content.

Subjects that will be covered with articles on this website will include health care, the registration process and of course the need for English speaking Lawyers when it comes to buying bricks and mortar.

Businesses in Spain. 

Take advantage of a mention on a website all about Spain. It costs nothing and will be on the site between 3 and 6 months. Free listings are dropped between that period depending on how many are waiting to join. Free listings are put into the business listings category.

Premium listings include a web link, Facebook link and a company logo. It will also be placed in a category that is relevant to the business as well as the business listing category. For example “lifestyle”.

A 12 month premium listing is only 15€ plus IVA and a 24 month premium listing is 25€ plus IVA

If you write an article and it is published by us will also put a web link to the authors website or blog and that is FREE of charge. Articles remain on the site for up to 9 months.

Find in Spain info:

The majority of expat retirees in Spain opt for a long-stay visa (visado nacionale) in order to live full time in the country. More than 5.5 million foreign nationals are now living in Spain, accounting for more than 12 percent of its population. Spain’s expat population is dominated by British citizens, but an increasing number of Americans are finding their way there, too. If you’re considering making a new life for yourself in Spain, you’re hardly alone.

There are many companies that specialise in health insurance plans for expats. . It’s less expensive even a bit north, along the Costa Blanca. . So, what’s the draw, and what’s involved? Here’s what you need to know if you’re thinking of retiring to Spain.

Some people choose to live solely through their tourist (short-stay) visa, border hopping every 90 days, though this is tiresome, costly, and voids you of any benefits or rights within the country. You will know what it is about Spain that has attracted you to retire there, but you should be clear on how you plan to spend your time.

As with retirement anywhere you cannot approach it as an extended holiday. You may have spent time in your intended new home area, but have you been there out of season. Consider what you will do when the weather is not as reliable.

In order to legally retire abroad in Spain, you’ll need to choose a residency option that works best for your situation. Of the 300,000 UK nationals officially living in Spain, almost half are over 65.

As a resident of Spain, you may be eligible for its well-regarded public healthcare program, but most expats opt for private insurance to avoid a long wait for non-emergency treatment.

The number of retired Brits living there more than doubled in the 10 years to 2016, according to statistics produced by the UK’s Office for National Statistics and Spain’s Instituto Nacional de Estadistica.