BRITISH NEWSPAPER THE DAILY TELEGRAPH RECOMMENDS VISIT PUERTO DE MAZARRÓN
The UK's biggest circulation newspaper, The Daily Telegraph, has recommended in its travel section visited the small coastal town of Puerto de Mazarrón.
Mazarrón is set on a wide bay open to the Mediterranean with 35 km of coastline. This is a town with a seafaring and fishing tradition, which also offers a full range of entertainment, water sports and active tourism.
The Daily Telegraph says specifically that the fishing enthusiasts will be impressed by this town in southern Spain, "an area has been mainly only known only Spanish – it isvery popular with people from Madrid who go there for the month of August."
It notes that "it is a very quiet unspoilt place and as close to the 'real Spain' as you are going to get at an attractive seaside town."
EUROPEAN INVESTORS LOOK AGAIN TO THE SPANISH PROPERTY MARKET
More than 340 property investors were polled in a survey that reveals an increasing interest in the Spanish market: 9% higher than 2010.
Consultant and management committee CB Richard Ellis has published results of this survey recently about ‘Intents of investors’. These are very interesting, and even more if compared to the ones obtained in 2010.
The interest for the Spanish property market has raised 9%, placing Spain fifth (in Europe/World?) with higher investment potential.
The results show significant changes in the opinions of investors if compared to those obtained last year and suggest that intentions of investors and their worries have changed significantly from then.