call us today 
+44 01772 651570 
 
email us 
info@moversint.co.uk 
It is a fact that many people in Britain decide that when they retire, they want to move to Spain. When you think about it, it is not all that surprising. It is one of the countries that so many people go to for their summer holidays – along with France, Portugal, and Germany – but nonetheless probably the one that most people head for. 
It is a fact that many people in Britain decide that when they retire, they want to move to Spain. When you think about it, it is not all that surprising. It is one of the countries that so many people go to for their summer holidays – along with France, Portugal, and Germany – but nonetheless probably the one that most people head for. Spain is a relatively cheap place to live – especially when you compare it with Britain – and in the south of the country you get that wonderful Mediterranean weather, not too hot and not too cold. 
 
Well, all right, sometimes it can get a bit hot for some people, but overall the weather is ideal. Compare that with Scotland, Northern Ireland, and the North West of England, and it’s no contest! 
 
Furthermore, having been there for their holidays, in some cases year after year, people have got to know the country, picked up a bit of the language, learned to love the food, and for those who like to play golf as well, it’s a no brainer. In addition to that, in many of the towns and cities there are a lot of British people living there already so it’s almost like home from home. Except for the weather, of course, but that’s a lot better. Why wouldn’t you? 
 
If you have spent a lifetime working in the UK, and finally paid off that almighty mortgage, it means that you can sell your home here, buy one for half the price or less in Spain, and pocket the difference. Add that to your pension, and you are set for life. 
 
Of course, if you are moving to Spain there are certain things that you need to take into consideration regarding the Spanish laws. Yes, you can take your car with you, but if you become a permanent resident you have to change over to Spanish number plates within six months. If you haven’t driven there before, you also have to get used to driving on the “wrong” side of the road! 
 
If you have made up your mind and are definitely heading off to Spain, you will need a company that specialises in Spain removals, and that would be us. We have been moving people to Spain for over 30 years, and we have regular runs there every week. 
Share this post:

Leave a comment: 

Our site uses cookies. For more information, see our cookie policy. Accept cookies and close
Reject cookies Manage settings