Why choose Southeast Spain to live?

The activities and golf opportunities.

Not to mention golf, with such a great range of courses – including several award-winning courses, six designed by golf legend, Jack Nicklaus, and several others used for championship tours, this really is a golfers paradise. Some pretty fantastic restaurants, bars and club houses – inside luxury hotels, often overlooking the 18th hole – complete the experience. Nothing like a game of golf, with a meal and drinks to finish the day.

If you would rather be shopping, then Murcia has everything from well-known high street brands to countless local boutiques and smaller shops. The City of Murcia is home to Zara, H&M, Toys R Us, Ikea and many more, plus two large indoor shopping centres, Thader and Nueva Condomina.  El Corte Inglés is also worth a visit, where you will find most of the world’s leading names in fashion, beauty, homeware and accessories. All under one roof.

At every resort – which are usually near golf courses – such as the La Zenia Boulevard – you will find every kind of restaurant, bar and shops. If you have never tried a traditional Spanish Tapas bar, we highly recommend one of the restaurants along the Costa Calida coast.

The weather

Southeast is an all year round destination for tourists. This means the weather is fantastic all year round allowing for you to enjoy the wonderful city and area all year round.

Overall the regions of Alicante and Murcia experiences 311mm very little  rainfall per year. Which is great if you are trying to get away from the rainy weather back home. During the winter, you shouldn’t expect to see any snow as the average degree’s outside is 16 with it reaching into the 30 and 40 in the summer months of June, July and August.  The warmest month is August which is great as around that time family might be able to come over to visit on their holidays.

The coolest month is January with October being the wettest month. The weather here is great as if you experiences bad weather for multiple days then you’re having a bit of bad luck.