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A day trip to the Jalon Valley.

A day trip to the Jalon Valley. Situated in the Marina Alta area in the Costa Blanca North beside the River Gorgos, surrounded by the Sierra de Bernia and the Sierra del Forner mountains, Jalon boasts some of the most magnificent scenery in Spain with its landscape of olive and pine trees, intermingled with orange groves…

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Schools In Javea

Schools In Javea If you are relocating to Javea, Costa Blanca and you have children it is very important for your child to be in a school environment in which they feel happy and confident. Whether you wish your children to attend the local state run schools, or prefer them to attend the fee paying…

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The Spanish healthcare system- How to register

The Spanish healthcare system is ranked among the best in the world. Learn how to sign up for free state healthcare in Spain, or apply for health insurance as an expat. If you’re living and working in Spain, you’ll likely have access to free state Spanish healthcare, paid partly by social security payments, which will…

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FIESTAS IN XABIA 2018

FIESTAS IN XABIA 2018 January 5th The Three Kings parade and life Nativity scene San Antonio’s Festivities From 5th of January until 3rd of February. Funfair “Crema del Pi” (burning of the pine tree) Animal’s blessing on 14th in Pl. de la Constitucion and 17th in the port promenade. 19th, 20th and 21st Bull running…

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Brexit and the consequences on the rights of many UK citizens living in Spain

The British Government and the European Union have agreed the date for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union to be 29th of March 2019. As a result of this, negotiations on the Withdrawal Agreement have started. Those negotiations will have direct consequences on the rights of many UK citizens living in…

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Brexit has had this effect on Britons buying property abroad

Brexit has had this effect on Britons buying property abroad BREXIT appears to have had no impact on Britons buying property abroad, with 55 per cent still want to buy a second home in Europe.   The General Election result in the UK saw the Conservatives lose their House of Commons majority but unexpectedly gain…

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Christmas Traditions in Spain

Christmas Traditions in Spain Christmas in Spain gets off to a rather peculiar and unofficial start on Dec. 22nd when children from San Ildefonso School can be heard calling out the numbers and prizes of the Lotería de Navidad, which is likely the most followed Spanish lottery during the entire year. In Spain, when you…

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Choose your Paradise – The top beaches in Javea

The Javea coast has a diverse geography full of beautiful spots. Throughout its 25 km coast, you can explore a series of coves, beaches and cliffs which are outstanding for their natural beauty, crystal-clear water and their Mediterranean forest environment. Likewise, you can discover islands, islets and caves which are only accessible by sea such…

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Costa Blanca Markets

If you are fortunate enough to be on holiday on the beautiful Costa Blanca or you live here, you should take the opportunity to visit a street market or a rastro. Almost every village and most certainly every town, holds a “mercadillo” once a week. This itinerant market which goes from town to town, is…

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Put on your boots!!

One of the best ways to discover the beautiful landscape and coastline of Jávea is through its special network of walking paths. Taking in the wonderful natural spaces of the area, there are walks for everyone from gentle strolls through the orange groves, cultural wanders through the narrow streets of the historic centre to the…

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