I have a house near Begur and can confirm Mark’s view that there is no sign of a decline in these parts. Houses are still selling and the rental market is vibrant. It just shows the wisdom of planners in this area who learned from the CDS and other parts of the Costa Brava and restricted building work. Perhaps the mayors didn’t get too rich, but they can be proud of what they have achieved around here. For the sake of so many people on this forum, I just wish it had happened in the rest of coastal Spain.
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