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”
Despite the current lockdown situation in our region (we are currently restricted to our own municipality except for legitimate business), and difficult personal circumstances for many people, there has still been a good amount of positivity at the start of 2021.Continue reading “January brings positivity and determination to follow our dreams…”
Do you long to find that work/life balance? We have two fantastic properties that could give you just that – one in the beautiful countryside of the Lecrin Valley, one on the coast at Salobrena. Take your pick!Continue reading “Find your work life balance in the Granada province”
Just reduced! This super cute, completely renovated village house in Restabal could be yours for just €50K …AND a further €3K discount if you view it and make a decision by the end of October!Continue reading “Just reduced! Your perfect Lecrin Valley bolt-hole for €50K”
This summer has been all about following your dreams, as we met so many new customers who had decided they needed change: a change of location and a change of lifestyle. For the majority, that meant less buzz, more space and a sense of community, which the Lecrin Valley has in abundance.
Many properties have already changed hands over the last couple of months, but while you may have missed out on some opportunities, there are still some fantastic homes to be discovered. We recently took on five new houses for sale. Two were snapped up within the first week, but we have three lovely homes left to present, so here’s a short introduction on each…Continue reading “The times they are a-changin’…”
This weekend, the sun reached its highest point in the sky, we had our longest day and summer officially started in the northern hemisphere. It was also, very happily, the weekend that the ‘state of alarm’ officially ended in Spain. Until further notice, we will now live under the rather awkwardly-named “new normal”, but in Andalucia, this will not be quite the same as in the rest of the country.Continue reading “The end of “estado de alarma” and the welcome start of summer”