We moved to Spain as a family in 2019 and can definitely say that family life is better in Spain than in the UK! Spain has so much to offer, from amazing year round weather and beautiful beaches to community events and a much more relaxed lifestyle. Here are just
Alicante is a great location, whether for a family holiday or just a day out. This seaside city has so much to offer for all ages, you will have plenty to keep you busy. We know what it’s like though when you go on holiday with children and need to
Benidorm on the Costa Blanca is known for being a popular tourist destination for British holidaymakers, full of Irish pubs and karaoke bars. But, there’s more to Benidorm than drunk tourists and bad singing! For example do you know much about the history of Benidorm? There’s evidence of small settlements
When we announced we were moving to Spain most people’s main questions revolved around moving Holly to another country. How to move without too much stress to our daughter was obviously a big fear but we were firm believers that living abroad is good for kids. People wanted to know
There are lots of reasons people think about moving abroad, and often a big factor is that they’re after a better life for their family. Spain is a very family orientated country, and a great place to bring up children. It’s 18 months since we moved from the UK to
Spending the holidays away from family is something you might have to get used to if you move abroad. If you’ve moved from the UK to Spain, it’s not a huge distance to travel back to see loved ones, but the cost and time off work/school can sometimes be too
One big thing that draws families to Spain is the lower cost of living compared to the UK. In recent years though the gap has closed and the cost of living in Spain isn’t as cheap as it used to be, however there are some things that are significantly cheaper.
If you’re a family planning on moving to Spain, the question what to do about schools will probably be one of your biggest concerns. Trying to get your head around the Spanish school system can be confusing, especially if you don’t yet speak Spanish. We also found that there seems