Reply To: Why are british not buying in traditional Spanish areas?

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The town is called Águilas, just in Murcia and very close to Almería province. Traditionally, it was a no-foreigners tourism town. In the last years, there has been an explosion of urbanization outside the town, and prices are very high in privileged locations. But the town itself, especially the areas on hills (where you have fresh air, helping to survive hot summers) are cheap still.