We have three fabulous Lecrin Valley properties for you to think about over the weekend – two new to the market and one returned to the market, ready to be quickly snapped up again!Continue reading “Three fantastic Lecrin Valley properties to think about over the weekend”
It’s midsummer’s day today and with the temperatures creeping up to the 30s this week, our thoughts are turning to interesting ways to keep cool. What better way than making the most of the watersports at our very own Béznar reservoir?Continue reading “Making the most of our Béznar reservoir”
If you’re a lover of country running and like a bit of a challenge, then the Lecrin Valley has routes aplenty and lots of fabulous scenery, sights and sounds to distract you from the hills! Local runner and our new colleague, Catherine Walkley tells us why she loves running around El Valle de Lecrín…Continue reading “Running around El Valle de Lecrín”
With temperatures set to reach the 30s this weekend and restrictions now lifted on hospitality, it’s definitely hotting up in the Lecrin Valley!
And it’s not just the climate; the property market is sizzling and this week we’ve had multiple completions at the notary, with many more beautiful homes currently ‘under offer’ and due to complete over the rest of May and June. Their prospective owners are excited to take ownership of their beautiful Lecrin Valley homes in the sun!Continue reading “It’s hotting up in the Lecrin Valley – in more ways than one”
In case you didn’t know, new electricity rates will take effect from 1 June 2021, and if you’re not careful you could be running up higher bills than you have previously. So we have some useful advice to help you keep your electricity costs down for your Spanish home.
The new rates are divided into three time slots – peak, flat and off-peak. So as consumers, we should choose carefully when to use our electrical appliances in order to keep our energy costs down.Continue reading “How to cut electricity costs for your Spanish home when the new rates kick in”
Restábal village is right in the very heart of the Lecrin Valley, situated to the western end of the Beznar reservoir and at the foot of the Cerro de los Cajorros. Located at the centre of the municipality of El Valle (with neighbours, Saleres and Melegis), it is one of the liveliest and most popular villages in the area.Continue reading “Restábal”