More and more digital nomads and expats that walk into the Globexs office are asking for rental near the beach. And not only in summer. That is not a coincidence because especially the Cabañal area is getting increasingly popular amongst expats and foreign investors. More and more expats (and locals) are choosing to Live by the beach in Valencia.
Valencia, the home of Paella, the Fallas Festival, Benicassim FIB, and glorious weather. It is a city with around 1 million habitats in the West coast of Spain, is a relaxed sunny place, a great place to live. So why are multinational companies setting up offices and investing in Valencia?
Moving to Valencia This article is written for people who are planning to move to Valencia and provides useful information about finding an affordable rental apartment.
This article describes the pros and cons of moving to Valencia. Coming in at Number One in the Huffington Post for the best of 11 cities in the world to live, Valencia is one of the best picks you can make for moving abroad.
Living in Valencia offers a host of benefits; it’s hot, it’s fun, it’s on the coast, and most of all, you get a lot more for your money. In this post, we’ll give you some of the reasons why it’s better to live in Valencia than in Madrid or Barcelona.
A while ago I came across this picture and it made me laugh. I do agree: You can’t buy happiness but you can go to Spain and that’s pretty much the same thing. I moved to Spain 11 years ago from Belgium, and obviously, it was a life-changing decision. I am not saying that I would not be happy living in Belgium right now, but I can say that I definitely am happy living in Spain.