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August 8, 2005 at 4:32 pm #51193
I have been trying to buy a beach side apartment on the Costa Azahar but to no avail. Out of the blue I have received a phone call from an agent, (@rena) and they have suggested I take a look at Calahonda on the Costa del Sol. Has anyone any views on the area. I have done alot of research further up the coast, but this area is new to me.
Is property selling? Is it over commercialised? and is it worth an inspection trip?
August 8, 2005 at 6:01 pm #58613
They don’t come much more developed than Calahonda but it does have plenty of facilities and is pretty central if looking for work. The area is very busy in high summer
August 9, 2005 at 9:04 am #58620
Oh dear. I was hoping for somewhere small, tranquil, not over developed, and not over expensive. Are my expectations too great for Spain I wonder?
August 9, 2005 at 12:55 pm #58624
I would be wary of agents calling you out of the blue for a start.
What was the problem with the Costa del Azahar?
I would look at the south Cost Dorada, just above the Azahar. Places like Hospitalet, L’Atmetlla de Mar, L’Ampolla. Not too expensive by Spanish standards, and not heavily developed compared to many coasts further south.
August 9, 2005 at 3:08 pm #58627
No problems with the Costa Azahar. Its just that the only complex I am interested in appears to double the cost of any other.
I have not dismissed it, but am just having to wait for a keen seller!
In the meantime,thought I would take a trip to Girona and have a look around the coast.
Someone has also mentioned Habour Lights at Vilaricos (Almeria), so again people seem to want me to travel South. Then again a sniff of a sale and Agents would have you travel anywhere. Hopefully, a place will come up on the Costa Azahar, so that my year’s research will not go to waste.
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