If you are spending Easter in Marbella, you may also want to take a weekend trip to Seville to join their biggest fiesta in April—La Feria de Abril. This feast is arguably Spain’s biggest fiesta. The rightful solemnity of Semana Santa (Holy Week) the week preceding Easter is cast aside as the vibrant Andalucian city of Seville erupts into the much-anticipated April Fair, a week-long party of flamenco dancing, horse shows, bullfighting and more. This is Spanish fiesta at its best. The only problem is what to see and how to reserve enough energy to stay up all night and join the locals at what they do best – party, party, party!
There are train from Malaga to Seville takes about two and a half hour while travelling by bus will take you about three to four hours. By car, travel time is just almost two hours.
To make sure you get to Seville on time to see the colourful Flamenco dresses and see thousands of casetas (party tents), endless strings of multicoloured paper lanterns and brilliant lights amid a cacophony of live flamenquito groups singing passionate Sevillanas (the local folk music) accompanied by guitars, castanets and wooden boxes for beating the rhythm… well you can always trust on us for car hire and luxury car rentals.
Seville’s Feria de Abril takes place 23-29 of April this year.
A stunning first floor apartment in the prestigious urbanization Aloha Park. This apartment is beautifully furnished, and luxury fittings. The urbanization boasts 24hr private security, gym, sauna, indoor heated pool, 3 outdoor pools, and beautiful gardens.
Since we are celebrating the birth of Andalucia as an autonomous region in Spain, we would like to share with you the advantages of investing in this region.
Property Investment in Spain
Through the years, Andalusia has been attracting a big number of International investors making it one of the best regions in Europe for commerce and business. Why? Here are some of the reasons:
Andalusia is a competitive and profitable Spanish region. Besides its attractive geo-strategic location, renewed infrastructures and high market potential, the region offers international investors an excellent opportunity to establish themselves and expand in southern Europe.
Over the past ten years, strong investment in human resources and infrastructures has encouraged constant economic growth in Andalusia.
This favourable environment is turning the region into an attractive destination for international talent and many foreigners are already living there, mingling with Andalusian society and witnessing the region’s remarkable growth.
The region itself represents a large potential market. Andalusia has over 8 million consumers and over 500,000 companies. It also has direct access to the European Union, which represents a potential market of 500 million consumers.
Andalusia has strongly invested in communication infrastructures to guarantee full access and connections between Andalusia and the rest of Spain and Europe.
Andalusia is the gateway for communication between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean; Europe and Africa, and a obligatory trade route between Asia, Africa, America and Europe. It makes it the most important logistics node in southern Europe.
Wages and productivity
Andalusia is competitive and profitable. It offers companies above EU average productivity, attractive wage policies and much lower operating costs than in other European countries.
The abundance of multinational company production centres and over 2000 foreign companies best proves Andalusia’s success in the business world.
The region offers great potential in terms of talent and innovation. Andalusia is one of the leading regions in Spain in terms of university students and has an important R+D+i network including ten universities, 11 technology parks and over 30 technology and innovation centres.
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Bathroom: Must always be kept light , airy and free from mould and clutter.
More tips on making your property attractive to buyers.
Your kitchen needs to demonstrate its functionality. All bench tops should be free from clutter; however a stylish appliance such as a kettle and toaster can stay – if it enhances the kitchen’s appeal.
Cupboards and pantries should give the impression of ample storage, so toss out anything you don‘t use. Clean all appliances including the oven, as we know that buyers will inspect a house from every angle.
Improvements can be made from something as simple as changing cupboard handles and bench tops.
Ensure your spring clean focuses on the bathroom, as buyers consider this to be a reflection of the usual condition you keep the home, according to agents.
Your bathroom should be light and airy. Where natural light isn’t available or limited, a fan heater with a strong light might be an important and inexpensive investment. Re-enamel basins and the bath if they look worn. Towels should be matching and clean.
Make sure the bathroom is free from mould and stains, and keep the clutter-free theme to all en suites and water closets.
Check out display homes for contemporary color schemes to give your home a modern fresh look. However, we warn you – be aware of your rooms dimensions. A feature wall or dark colors may look good in a display home but can close off a room, particularly if it doesn’t catch natural light.
Light, neutral colors are the pick of the bunch for us – as they can add to the sense of space and carry light through dark corners.
Ensure all color schemes compliment your furniture for the sale campaign.
We love pets but only have to agree that pets should be locked outside, or removed from inspections and auctions altogether. Prospective purchasers do not want to be distracted by an excited dog, or be sneezing because of an allergy to cats!
Be sure remnants of fur, pet food and associated odors have been aired before opening your home to prospective buyers.