Homes for Sale in Orihuela Costa Alicante
Why buying home in Orihuela Costa?
With approximately 19,000 British living in the Orihuela Costa it is often described as 'Little Britain'. However, there are many nationalities that do live here, all harmoniously.
As part of the process when choosing to purchase a home abroad, apart from looking forward to enjoying those fabulous beaches, you will no doubt have lots of questions about living in the Orihuela Costa, such as what it would actually be like to live in the area? What shopping facilities are available? Can I get TV from the UK? Do they speak English and so on.
There is a mixture of ages that reside in the area. There are young families, along with many retired people, so you will find a mixture of things that you can do for entertainment, no matter the age.
Some of the best beaches on the Mediterranean.
There are 18 kms of beaches in the Orihuela Costa, starting from Punta Prima going up to Mil Palmeras. They are all well maintained and are beautiful places to visit, be it just a walk or to sit and relax in the sun.
A paradise for Shopping.
There are many supermarkets within the Orihuela Costa, you have your local corner shop, the local convenience supermarkets and the bigger supermarkets. The majority of shops and supermarkets within this area sell a range of English products, and of course there are several English shops within the area where you can get your much loved bar of Cadbury's, pack of Walkers or at that special time of year a Mr Kipling Mince pie that you are just dying for!
Being hugely populated by Brits there are several British shops all around the area that will stock many of your loved products from back in the UK. If you can travel a little further a field then you will find Iceland 20 minutes either side of the Orihuela Costa, in Torrevieja and also in San Javier. Other shops you may recognise in the area are Aldi and Lidl. Many of the other big Spanish supermarkets around, Dialprix, Consum, Alcampo, Eroski etc also stock many English (and other foreign) products. Mercadona, the other big Spanish supermarket tends to stock mainly Spanish brands but do offer good quality produce.
As well as food shopping you will find the major retail complex La Zenia Boulevard, which is home to many clothes stores, electrical store, DIY and a wide range of restaurants. La Zenia Boulevard opened in 2012, this is a modern, open roofed shopping centre. On the lower ground it has many shops such as Primark, H&M, Laura Ashley, Kiko, Punta Roma, Claires, etc along with a pharmacy and bowling alley. On the upper floor you will find many restaurants and a big play area for the children to enjoy. As well as clothes stores and restaurants you will find the hypermarket Alcampo situated here and the electrical store Media Markt.
Complete Spanish Property, homes for sale in Orihuela Costa.
Complete Spanish Property has taken over the running of the business and has built up a large scale of contacts within the industry during this time, which is vital in providing clients with the best level of service possible.
The personal interaction is a major feature of the company ethos, always having time for people and looking after people during what can be a nervous time. For many people, they could be buying abroad for the first time and so its vital that we have gained an extensive knowledge of the Spanish market place and the regions of the Costa Blanca, Orihuela Costa and Costa Calida to ease any concerns.