The appetite for high-end homes quickens along the Spanish coast

The program broadcasted by Bloomberg TV on the 14th of September 2019 explores recent developments in the property market for second homes on the Spanish mediterranean coast. From the market collapse triggered by the 2008 credit crunch to the current new cycle as the Spanish coast is again a magnet for second homes buyers, many of whom are expats seeking a healthier lifestyle and a better work-life balance. In the first six months of 2018, property purchases by non-Spanish nationals amounted to 53,359, numbers not seen since the first half of 2007.

Spanish homes could be yours

Taylor Wimpey España, said: “September in Spain means low-cost travel, quieter beaches and golf courses and plentiful sunshine. The summer crowds are dissipating and it’s time to experience this fabulous country in a more relaxed fashion. From lingering over meals on pretty terraces to cooling dips in the pool, visitors can take the time to enjoy Spain at its very best.”


Golfers looking to enjoy the sunshine golfing life offered in southern Spain are being invited to take a look at range of new properties that have been built on some of the country’s most famous golf resorts.

Leading Spanish housebuilder Taylor Wimpey España has launched a stunning range of brand new homes located right next to some of Europe’s top golf courses, all of which are offered at great value prices.

Taylor Wimpey Spain and La Cala Resort, an alliance of successful housing development frontline golf

Taylor Wimpey Spain has more than 60 years promoting high quality homes in the best locations on the Spanish coast at competitive prices and with a unique personalized after-sales service in the industry. Specifically, he has specialized over the years in creating homes frontline golf, having all the characteristics you are looking for the tourist who wants to spend more time on what has been called, even internationally, as the Costa del Golf. In this regard, the alliance with La Cala Resort has been a success and are already many promotions on the golf course developed in the resort and golf: GRANDVIEW, Horizon Golf, Natura or Miraval, the latter are only garages and storage.

Insta-ready Spanish holiday homes to move into this summer

Taylor Wimpey España announces summer special offer on 3 Costa del Sol developments. Key-ready homes available for use this summer.

With more than 60 years’ experience, leading Spanish home builder Taylor Wimpey España has just launched its summer sales campaign, with three special offers available for buyers looking for holiday homes in the Costa del Sol.

Estepona, the new Marbella?

The end result is that Estepona is booming and prices are rising. Significant international finance companies are investing heavily in the town, cranes are whirling, and super-sized posters advertise new projects. The current population of 70,000 looks set to increase as new homes are built, most aimed at international buyers who come with a budget of around €300,000. “The joy of the Costa del Sol is the variety it offers,” says Taylor Wimpey Spain.

Spain’s Balearic Islands Are Home To Price Growth Double The National Average

On the island of Ibiza, those seeking their ideal home (whether as a second home or a permanent residence), now have a superb new development to consider. Taylor Wimpey España has just announced the launch of Sunset Ibiza – the company’s first development on the island since 2014.

Balearic house price growth double national average, as Taylor Wimpey España announces Sunset Ibiza launch

On the island of Ibiza, those seeking their ideal home (whether as a second home or a permanent residence), now have a superb new development to consider. Leading Spanish home builder Taylor Wimpey España has just announced the launch of Sunset Ibiza – the company’s first development on the island since 2014.

Taylor Wimpey España takes the #10yearchallenge

10 years ago, Taylor Wimpey España (then Taylor Woodrow) was focused on providing high-quality holiday homes in key Spanish hotspots, just as it is today. However, the modern company is considerably larger than its younger self. 2008 saw a total of 120 reservations, while 2018 saw 341 – an increase of 184%. At the same time, the company has gone from serving 20 different nationalities to serving 37 – a rise of 85%. The staff team has grown from 64 employees to 86.


The Taylor Wimpey España show home is part of the Kiruna Residencial development in Southeast Spain.

It features three-bedroom townhouses set beside the tranquil Alenda Golf Course. With spacious gardens and terraces for enjoying the sun, and lush grounds, a large pool and a clubhouse on site, Kiruna Residencial offers a luxurious setting for those looking for a Spanish second home.

Meet the Key Players When Buying a Property in Spain

Taylor Wimpey España, says. “The developer should be well-established and have a strong reputation. The buyer should ask how long they’ve been working in the country and how much experience they have working with their particular nationality. This can help with everything from legal notes and the purchase process, to buying furniture.

Is the Spanish property market set to heat up in 2019?

Developers are active again

Taylor Wimpey Espana has six new launches planned just in the first half of 2019.

Although the Spanish property market has been in the process of recovery for some time now, much of its progress has been a case of recovering old ground and, essentially, getting back to normality, rather than fresh growth.

Foreign Investment In Spain Hits 5-Year High, With Costa Del Sol Winning Over Second Home Buyers

Taylor Wimpey España has been operating in Spain for 60 years now. Providing buyers with a clear, established route to purchase property here is just as important as the properties themselves. People buy holiday homes for a range of reasons, but one thing they all have in common is that they want the transaction to take place quickly and with minimal hassle. Delivering that superb customer experience is part of what has enabled Taylor Wimpey España to thrive in Spain for so many years

New show homes demonstrate the best of Spanish living, as visitor numbers reach record-breaking levels

Home sales also shot up in 2018 – by 10.1% over the course of the year, according to the latest figures from the INE. With both tourism and the housing market booming, leading Spanish home builder Taylor Wimpey España is racing to meet the demand for holiday homes in hotspots such as the Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca. Together with its operations in Mallorca, the expert builder is launching six schemes in the first half of 2019. It has also just launched two superb new show homes, designed to enable visitors to feel what it would be like to own a second home in Spain.

Owning a dream holiday home in Mallorca just got a whole lot easier for Doncaster residents

When it comes to holiday homes, the island offers plenty of choice. It is one of three key areas of focus for Taylor Wimpey España in 2019, along with the Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca on the Spanish mainland. Altogether, the company will be launching six new developments during the first six months of the year, including on Mallorca.

When is the best time to buy a house? Expert reveals why you should buy NOW

Taylor Wimpey Espana said: “When it comes to buying an overseas property in sunny locations such as Spain, Christmas is a good time to buy.

“With fewer tourists around than in the summer months, those purchasing homes can enjoy more attention from local agents. There are also weather-related benefits, with house-hunting trips in the sunshine opening up the possibility of playing golf, eating lunch al fresco and even spending time on the beach.”

Taylor Wimpey España will Launch 6 New Developments in H1 2019

Taylor Wimpey is going to continue betting on second homes in Spain. The British property developer is going to launch six new developments in the country during the first half of 2019. The projects will contain 330 homes in total and will be located in three main areas: the Balearic Islands, the Costa del Sol and the Costa Blanca.

Sun, sea and great weather: good value holiday home options for golfers on the Costa del Sol

British buyers have an ongoing love affair with the Costa del Sol.

Taylor Wimpey Spain is selling Horizon Apartments, handsome new-build homes overlooking the golf course at La Cala, from £250,000 for two-bedroom flats and £297,000 for three-bedroom flats.

Southern Europe’s largest golf resort is La Cala, established nearly 30 years ago near Mijas, just 25 minutes from Malaga.

The resort is five miles inland with about 500 houses and plans for another 500 but even when fully built it will only have a maximum density of 12 per cent.

Homes are built in clusters across the hilly resort and share good, established facilities of spa, gyms, indoor and outdoor pools and restaurants, with the golf academy and three courses taking centre stage.

Most owners are keen golfers and a third are full-time residents.

It’s all about the prime market in the south of Spain

Taylor Wimpey España’s focus is on properties costing between €250,000 and €300,000 (£217,000 and £260,000), which equates to a new two-bedroom apartment in Estepona or Mijas, where land is available to develop. Mijas is a golf and beach destination 20 minutes from Marbella and Malaga.

British love affair with the Costa del Sol is a long-standing one. Main tourist magnets — Marbella, Torremolinos, and Puerto Banús offer a quick fix of sun-soaked escapism easily accessed via dozens of daily flights to Malaga.

The costa continues to draw home-hunters, although Brexit uncertainty has hit the lower end of the market. “Brexit is a big issue for developers,” says Marc Pritchard, the sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey España, a developer. “Last year was great for the UK market, but demand has dropped off.”


Would you buy a Spanish new build home?

How developers are trying to put past problems to rest and tempt British buyers again.

A combination of sun, sea, and golf has always drawn Britons to consider Spain’s Costa del Sol as a location to buy an overseas property.

Developer Taylor Wimpey de España is one of the developers increasing the number of homes that it’s building in the Costa del Sol.

A Holiday Home For All Seasons

Long, lazy summer days on the beach in Spain have prompted many to think about buying a second home in Iberia. Easily accessible from the UK and enjoying far better weather, Spain is a popular choice for Brits looking to own a slice of the sunshine overseas. Taylor Wimpey España takes into account when looking at where to build their properties. Proximity to golf clubs with spa facilities, restaurants that serve local crowds year-round, playparks and shops are all considered as part of the process. “Buying a holiday home that can be used in every season is about looking at the whole package. Buying somewhere that’s booming in the summer, then spending the Christmas holidays there – and trying to pull together festive feasts from a minimally stocked local store – doesn’t always make for the treasured memories that people are looking for.”


Taylor Wimpey Spain wanted to share a few insights on why Malaga is being flagged as Spain’s most exciting cultural hotspot

Spain’s sixth largest city, Malaga has plenty to offer those who visit. Most who come here are firmly focused on Malaga’s beaches, which are simply beautiful, the area’s spectacular golf courses or it’s abundant nautical and equine pursuits. However, Malaga also has plenty more to offer, with a host of cultural attractions. It seems that visitors are now getting wise to that fact and spending more time taking in some culture in Malaga, as well as working on their tans.

Cultural tourism is on the increase across Spain. According to Weekenddesk, visitor numbers to cultural attractions this summer rose by 23% compared to 2017. Tourists have spent the summer months delighting in the country’s museums, galleries, and theatres. In Malaga, they have particularly enjoyed the Centre for Contemporary Art, Nerja Caves and the Picasso Museum (Andalucia’s most successful gallery).

Key-ready holiday homes in time for Christmas – Taylor Wimpey España

Leading Spanish home builder Taylor Wimpey España, is offering buyers the chance to purchase a brand new holiday home. With new prices for homes in Alicante, Mallorca and Marbella, the trusted house builder has key-ready properties and a simple purchase process that takes both the worry and the hassle out of buying overseas.

In terms of the local areas in which it builds, Taylor Wimpey España opts for premium sites that enjoy easy access to beaches, golf courses or both. At present, the company is offering brand new, key-ready homes in Mallorca, Marbella and Alicante. “Buying a home in another country can be a daunting prospect, which is why so many buyers opt to buy through an established and well-regarded company. They like the certainty of knowing that they will be buying a high quality home that’s been developed in a popular local area. We work with each of our buyers to ensure that the purchase process is as smooth and efficient as possible – buying a holiday home should be a joyous experience, not a fretful one.”

Buyers who have already purchased second homes in Alicante have therefore had the chance to grow their capital, as well as to enjoy sun-kissed holidays whenever they choose.
Arenal Dream in Alicante has just two key-ready homes left available, priced from €285,000 plus VAT.

The frontline development boasts direct access to Paraiso beach, with furniture included in the price for those purchasing townhouses.
Over on Mallorca, second home buyers who fancy spending Christmas at the beach can pick up homes at Cala Murada from the new price of €379,000 plus VAT.

Overseas Property & the Countdown to Brexit

This tallies with overseas property businesses reporting soaring interest from Britons. “Over the last year we have seen reservations of our Spanish properties by British buyers shoot up by 77 per cent,” Marc Pritchard, of Taylor Wimpey España, said this summer. “In the Costa del Sol we’ve witnessed a 100 per cent increase in reservations. It certainly seems that Brexit has not dampened British buyers’ appetite for holiday homes, at least not in Spain. If anything, the decision to leave the EU has pushed many into hurrying to purchase a home overseas before the UK actually leaves the EU.”

It’s a similar story in France, where inquiries continue to fl ow into the largest Anglo-French estate agency. “We saw an immediate drop in inquiries immediately after the [Brexit] vote in June 2016,” Trevor Leggett, of Leggett Immobilier, said. “However, this didn’t last long and in the subsequent months, it became evident that there was a Brexit backlash taking place. Sales increased and those buying increased their budgets. The figure that has dropped is the number of British homeowners moving back to the UK.” If the prospect of Brexit has fuelled a desire to move, or to buy an overseas property, here are some useful pointers – because nothing about the purchase process has changed – yet. Anyone in receipt of a UK state pension should request an S1 (formerly E121 form) from the overseas healthcare team at the Department for Work and Pensions before leaving the UK.

Taylor Wimpey España celebrates 6,000 property sales to 40 nationalities

In this modern era of political and economic uncertainty, maintaining a successful business over the course of several years is something to be celebrated. No wonder, then, that the team behind leading Spanish home builder Taylor Wimpey España were keen to mark their 60th anniversary of delivering superior quality homes across Spain and its islands. On Friday 14 September, the team headed to Ibiza to honour the occasion in true Iberian style.

Taylor Wimpey reports surge in Spanish home completions

The number of homes completed by Taylor Wimpey España has increased by 91%, amid a thriving property market in Spain.

Taylor Wimpey España’s customer satisfaction rate is currently running at 98%. “This approach has supported the positive results that we have achieved in terms of completions and has positioned Taylor Wimpey España well for the future,”

Number of Brits buying Costa del Sol Property has doubled because of Brexit

Taylor Wimpey España confirmed the growing trend, having seen far more UK buyers over the past 12 months. BBVA Bank’s forecast of a 5% property price increase for Spanish real estate underlines the fact that Spanish property is once again a „must-have“ for international buyers.

Huge surge in Brits buying costa homes in Spain as Brexit looms

“We’ve seen a sustained increase in British buyers on the Costa del Sol over the past year,” said Taylor Wimpey España.

“The exchange rate has a huge influence over such matters. We’ve also seen a 15% increase in the number of property reservations across mainland Spain and the Balearic Islands as a whole, with reservations now at their highest level for seven years.”

Why you should invest in a house by the sea according to new research

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Benefits are reported to include cognitive, emotional, psychological, social and spiritual health, with beachside homes providing respite for mind, body and soul.

For Britons looking to buy or sell their properties, it could be useful to consider buying a beach front property for all these reasons.

Consumer confidence and property prices rise hand in hand in Spain, as growth rate reaches highest level for 10 years

Customer satisfaction stood at 100% for the most recent month (March 2018) for Taylor Wimpey España’s Balearic properties, having remained well above 95% since late 2017. With resorts such as Marina Golf available, it’s easy to see why. The modern, Mediterranean-style village complex offers three-bedroom homes with south-west-facing private terraces and gardens, all surrounded by some of the islands top golf clubs.

The Beaches Of The Spanish Coastal Town Of Villajoyosa Attract Tourists

Sunshine, sand and superb chocolate make for a winning combination
Taylor Wimpey España down to last few homes for sale at La Vila Paradis, after strong demand.

Located on the sunshine-draped Costa Blanca, Villajoyosa is a haven for those who love the beachside lifestyle. One of Spain’s leading home builders, Taylor Wimpey España, is a vocal advocate of the area, having chosen Villajoyosa as the location for its exclusive La Vila Paradis gated, and now key-ready development. The frontline apartments and townhouses enjoy an enviable location, offering direct beach access, in addition to swimming pools, beautiful landscaped gardens and private parking.

Luxury spas, yoga and clean breathing: where to buy a holiday home that helps heal your soul


Who needs fancy spas when you have fresh air? Clean breathing is one of the latest health trends, according to the Global Wellness Summit, and we’re now seeking out lung-cleansing destinations where we can practise deep breathing while immersed in greenery.

A mountain retreat is the obvious choice, with luxurious spas often part of the package. But a surprising alternative is the Costa del Sol: Málaga’s air is among the cleanest in Spain and the nation’s life expectancy is among the best in the world.

At Botanic in the hills of Benahavis, near Marbella, eco-friendly apartments start from €365,000 with Taylor Wimpey Spain. They are set in tropical gardens whose purple orchid trees and drago palms help purify the air and aid residents’ well-being.

Spain still top spot for British retiring to Europe

Taylor Wimpey España “We design our homes to appeal to residents of all ages, from families with young children to retirees living alone or as couples. Generously proportioned terraces and spacious living areas mean that residents can enjoy the space as they wish, adapting its use to suit their particular lifestyle. We also take care to locate our developments appropriately, with the proximity of shops, health centres, schools and other amenities factored in at an early stage.

“As Spain remains the top choice in Europe for Brits living overseas, it’s important to provide accommodation that suits their preferences and budgets.”

It’s time to hit the beach! Key ready properties in high demand from British buyers this summer

Taylor Wimpey Espana: Figures from the Spanish Registrar’s Association show that expat demand is doing much to bolster the Spanish property market. There were more than 110,000 sales during the last three months of 2017 – the highest number for that period for three years. Of those, 2,384 were home purchases made by Brits. Over the course of the full year, British buyers purchased 9,114 Spanish properties.
Key-ready homes are particularly attractive to buyers with children at this time of year, according to leading Spanish home builder Taylor Wimpey Espana, as they can be used straight away for family holidays. The company is currently offering a range of key ready homes that are attuned to British buyers’ preferences.

Spain still the most popular destination for expats

Taylor Wimpey Espana says: “Spain has so much to offer those who are retired or approaching retirement,”. “The Mediterranean climate and diet are well suited to those looking for a healthy lifestyle, while the medical system here is also superb.”

“As Spain remains the top choice in Europe for Brits living overseas, it’s important to provide accommodation that suits their preferences and budgets,” he added, pointing out that demand is there from residents of all ages, from families with young children to retirees living alone or as couples.

High-end Buyers Return to Spanish Cities and Towns

Spain’s leading home builder, Taylor Wimpey España, recorded a 12.3% increase in new-home orders, mostly in second-home markets like Costa Blanca.  Inquiries for new homes increased 13%, the firm said in an end-of-year statement. 

The majority of the builders’ sales were to Germans, although they registered purchases made by more than 30 nationalities, including a large contingent of wealthy Brits. Most British buyers bought luxury beach homes priced over €450,000, the firm added. “Affluent British citizens are looking to place their money outside of the U.K. in Spanish property“.

Taylor Wimpey España showcases homes for discerning golfers

In The Westin La Quinta Golf Resort in Benahavis, on the Costa del Sol, Taylor Wimpey España’s Le Caprice development consists of 14 exclusive apartments, penthouses and duplexes that have been designed with discerning golfers in mind. The south-west facing development enjoys spectacular views over the golf course and the stunning Mediterranean coastline, with spacious, light-filled homes set in lush grounds. Private gardens and terraces, along with communal gardens and a shared pool make for the perfect properties for golf lovers.

Fancy your own love nest in Majorca?

Taylor Wimpey Spain say: There are many reasons why Mallorca has a unique and romantic feel.

The Mallorquin people are passionate and I have no doubt that the island will steal your heart

‚The coastline is truly stunning with an amazing 200 beaches, many of which boast Blue Flags, all over the island.

‚It is also an absolute paradise for nature lovers, with my favourite being the Tramuntana mountains.

Head to Malaga to breathe cleaner air in your second home

Always committed to delivering what clients want, housebuilder Taylor Wimpey España, which has operated successfully in Spain for 60 years (1958-2018), is building eco-friendly homes in Malaga province for those looking to live and breathe clean air.

“Located on the Costa del Sol, in one of the most exclusive areas of Benahavis, Malaga, the unique Botanic residence is the latest Taylor Wimpey Espana’s green development.

Taylor Wimpey and La Cala Golf announce a new development

The joint venture between British constructor Taylor Wimpey and the La Cala Resort group is proving an enormous success, according to representatives of the two firms.

They say properties are selling well, and they have now just announced that a new development is to be built. Called Grandview, it will consist of 40 apartments and 20 luxury two and three bedroomed penthouses with solariums on the front line of golf, and will be completely integrated into the surroundings.

Taylor Wimpey España Celebrates Another Successful Year

Leading Spanish home builder Taylor Wimpey Espana is marking 60 years of Iberian success in 2018, and the just-published 2017 results reveal that the company certainly has much to celebrate.

Despite the uncertainties of wider macroeconomic factors, Taylor Wimpey España has continued to deliver beautifully designed homes in some of the most sought-after locations in mainland Spain and the Spanish islands.

Scandinavians Flock to Spanish Real Estate

Taylor Wimpey España has seen an influx of Nordic buyers in the southern coastal area of Marbella, where they comprised 80% of all sales in luxury developments handled.

“Spain’s economy is the fastest growing in the Eurozone, bringing greater confidence back to the property market and thus attracting demand from North European countries. Over the last few years, we have seen a real boost from Swedish buyers especially.

Norwegians and Danes are also increasing their Spanish property purchases. Norwegians made up 2.2% of foreign sales in 2017, while Danes accounted for 1% of sales, according to the annual data from the Spanish registrars.

Dig the Davis Cup? Taylor Wimpey España serve up these ace holiday homes for tennis lovers

As Davis Cup excitement descends, people are once again inspired to pick up a racket and get swept up in the atmosphere and Taylor Wimpey España, which celebrates its 60th year of operations (1958 – 2018) has the ideal holiday homes with ace tennis courts, perfect to practice that backhand.

British buyers shrug off Brexit to buy in Spain

British buyers are shrugging off Brexit and are again buying more homes in Spain, says a leading developer.

A “blip” of falling inquiries following Brexit has been replaced by rising sales to Brits in the last six months of 2017, says Taylor Wimpey España.

Taylor Wimpey España sold properties to buyers of 32 different nationalities in 2017 with German buyers leading the way and British sales increasing.

December 2017 saw the sixth consecutive month of growth in sales to British buyers for the developer, with most at €450,000 and beyond, a trend never seen before.

Brexit boltholes: where and how to find a solid investment in Europe

Tourist numbers in Spain hit almost 82m last year, making it the world’s second most visited country (after France). And the best Spanish holiday lets are seeing 100% occupancy in high season, according to the Property Finders. “It’s all about the weak pound,” says the buying agency’s founder, Barbara Wood. “Things could change in sterling’s favour if there is renewed eurozone instability, which most analysts consider a cast-iron certainty some time soon.”

The housebuilder Taylor Wimpey España says Britons now constitute 35% of its market on the Costa del Sol, compared with 50% before Brexit — but they are spending more than before. “Most now have budgets of €450,000 or more, which is our upper end,” says its managing director, Javier Ballester.

The firm is launching projects in Ibiza, as well as in Moraira and Javea, on the Costa Blanca, and Marbella and La Cala, on the Costa del Sol. Beachfront apartments in La Vila Paradis, in the Costa Blanca town of Villajoyosa, start at €269,000 (

Marc Pritchard of Taylor Wimpey España explains how the market has changed over the last decade as the company celebrates 60 years building homes in Spain

Summarise TWE’s business and main selling points.

Established over 100 years ago in the UK, Taylor Wimpey España has been building homes in Spain since 1958 and delivered over 6,000 properties, mainly second homes and holiday homes on the coast in areas such as Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, the Costa Blanca North & South and Costa del Sol to clients from over 40 countries worldwide. We deliver what we promise, with no legal problems, so we are a name you can trust in the Spanish property market

Ditch the pud for paella and have yourself a sunny little Christmas in Spain

Spending Christmas in Spain is often a driving factor for many people looking to buy a new home in under the Spanish sun with a rise in the number of properties sold in the run-up to the festive period registered by Spanish house builder Taylor Wimpey España.

“Spanish housing market has remained strong throughout 2017” reports Taylor Wimpey España

Taylor Wimpey Espaná has announced that the company has seen continued growth in the Spanish housing market with a total order book, as of 5 November 2017, standing at 388 homes.

This represents a 13% increase on the equivalent period in 2016 (342 homes) with Spain’s leading housebuilder expecting the business to report another year of growth in operating profit* in 2017 (FY 2016: £20.6 million operating profit*).

Why developers are banking on Spain’s prime appeal

Taylor Wimpey España has seen buyer budgets’ rise over the past 18 to 24 months by an average of 10 per cent. Today a Taylor Wimpey España home in Spain will cost on average (£350,000). In total, the leading British developer completed nearly 30 per cent more properties across Spain in H1 2017 than H1 2016, and grew their order book by nearly 2 per cent.

According to Taylor Wimpey España, which has been selling homes in Spain for almost 60 years, the rise is primarily accounted for by the sale of properties within more luxurious (and hence expensive) new developments to affluent overseas buyers.

Two Costa hotspots are the most popular places for Brits buying second homes

Marbella and Mijas are in the top three, only beaten by Torrevieja, in Alicante, according to leading homebuilder Taylor Wimpey. While, Torrevieja topped the charts thanks to its beaches and affordable homes, Marbella and Mijas were very close behind.

Record number of UK expats spend their silver years in Spain

Taylor Wimpey Espana:“When it comes to who is moving and living in Spain, over the last decade we have witnessed the marked growth of those of retirement age choosing to relocate. We now receive more than double the number of enquiries from this demographic than we did 10 years ago, a trend which the ONS data also reflects.”

4 most popular places to buy a second home in Spain

For buyers, location is crucial however. Over the summer, Spain’s leading homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Espana has seen particular interest from British buyers in these four favourite spots.

The new Horizon Golf complex typifies the high-end properties buyers can purchase in Mijas. In partnership with FBD Hotels and Resorts, Taylor Wimpey Espana has unveiled a new phase of this development comprised of 2 and 3 bedroom terraced homes, which boast breathtaking views over the famous Campo Asia golf course.

Taylor Wimpey Espana looks to ‘record’ year for foreign buyers in Mallorca

Taylor Wimpey España, which has been building in Mallorca for six decades, has seen huge success in the Marina Golf and Bahia San Pere new developments.

And with average prices of €415,000 across the island, Taylor Wimpey Espana can still offer two-bedroom apartments for around €215,000 at the north-east resort of Bahia San Pere.

Fallen in love with your holiday destination this summer?

Spain is the most popular location among those looking to buy an overseas property, according to Zoopla.

This three-bedroom apartment in Spain’s Andalusia is currently for sale on the property portal.

It comes with a south-facing terrace, sea views and underground parking. It can be bought directly from the developer Taylor Wimpey Espana.