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                                                                           Tapas Properties Holiday Rental Service.Having helped clients find the perfect home on the Costa del Sol for almost 20 years, we have built a solid network of people and companies that can help our clients with all the things they need when buying a home in Spain.

All types of insurance, legal assistance, accountants, furniture, craftsmen, dentists, English supermarkets, installation of internet connection, cleaning, car purchase, car mechanic, English schools, English project management for building a new villa etc., etc., the list is long.

But in one area we still have not been able to find a stable, competent and professional partner, and that’s with rentals.Many of our customers want to rent out their holiday home for shorter or longer periods, of course in order to get an extra income. There can be significant amounts to earn if you rent your home out on short-term holiday rentals in high season.

Others want to have a person / company who can be present if someone need to have access to the property when the owner is not present.As we are repeatedly asked the question "Who can you recommend who can help us with renting our property?" and no one deserves to be recommended and we really want to be able to help our customers with EVERYTHING, we have now taken the consequence - NOW WE DO IT OURSELVES, this way we are sure it will be done properly.Tapas Properties now offers Tapas Properties Caretaker Service and Tapas Properties Holiday Rental Service.

So if you need our help, just let us know.

Mail or call Margaret at:

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Telephone: ¨655 966 257

For all the other services we offer in connection with property purchase or sale on the Costa del Sol you can look here:

In Danish, www.tapasproperties.dk

In English, www.tapasproperties.com

You are always welcome to call or email your Danish housing specialist Karsten Hammershøy.

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Phone: +34 693 017 322

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Is this Spain's most underrated city break?

THE TELEGRAPH 6 MARCH 2018

Spring arrives early in the south of Spain 

6 MARCH 2018 • 9:49AM

The birth place of Picasso boasts Easter parades, tapas tours and its very own Pompidou Centre. It’s so much more than just a gateway to the Costa del Sol. 

Why go now

To enjoy the sunshine of Andalucia’s early spring, and for Easter week (March 25 to April 1). Malaga’s Semana Santa features hooded penitents shuffling through the rosemary-strewn streets carrying figures of Christ and the Virgin Mary – and you might spot Antonio Banderas, too. Airlines flying from UK airports include easyJet (easyjet.com), British Airways (britishairways.com), Vueling (vueling.com) and Norwegian Air (norwegian.com/uk).

Stay here

Right by the beach, the five-star Gran Hotel Miramar (1) (telegraph.co.uk/tt-grandmiramar; doubles from €160/£141 without breakfast) combines grande dame glamour with contemporary design. If you are going for Easter, book a room with a street view at the chic and central Room Mate Larios (2) to see the processions from your window (telegraph.co.uk/tt-matelarios; doubles from €80 without breakfast). 

 

Gran Hotel Miramar Malaga, Andalucia, Spain, 8 Telegraph expert rating

Pack your film-star shades and a statement hat. Grand style meets contemporary luxe at the Miramar, which is all about full-on seaside grandeur. I half expected to see Hercule Poirot sitting behind one of the palms in the courtyard. This is the hotel that will put Malaga firmly back on the glamour map. From£141per night Check availability Rates provided by Booking.com

Walk here

From Plaza de la Merced (3), where Picasso was born, walk down the pedestrianised Calle Alcazabilla with the Roman amphitheatre on the left and above it the 11th-century Alcazaba fortress (4). Up ahead, visit the excellent Malaga Museum (5) (museosdeandalucia.es; free), then stroll along the palm-lined paths in the Paseo del Parque (6) to reach the glass cube that houses the Pompidou Centre (7) (centrepompidou-malaga.eu; admission €7) before walking back along the Muelle Uno (8) waterfront promenade.  The Plaza de la Merced, Malaga CREDIT: GETTY

See this

Book tickets online in advance for the Picasso Museum (9) (museopicassomalaga.org; admission from €7). The exhibition And Fellini Dreamed of Picasso runs until May 13.

Try this

The Soho Street Art and Tapas tour serves up culture with bar stops (welovetapas.com; €48 per person).  The sweet combination of wine and tapas CREDIT: GETTY

Shop here

Stroll up Calle Marqués de Larios, Malaga’s elegant main shopping street, then veer off into the adjoining lanes to come upon traditional shops such as Calzados Hinojosa (10) (Calle San Juan 20), which has been selling espadrilles for almost a century. 

Drink here

Install yourself at a terrace table at Café de Estraperlo (11) (Plaza del Poeta Alfonso Canales 4) and you will soon get chatting to the friendly team and regulars. Beer from €1.40; gin and tonic from €5.50Show more

Eat here

At Lola y Ludwig (12) (Calle Vendeja 29) in the Soho area, Andalucia meets Ireland in tapas such as chorizo sautéed in Jameson whisky (€3.50) and dishes including octopus with colcannon tart (€14). 

La Concepción, three miles (5km) north of the city centre, is one of the best botanic gardens in Europe (laconcepcion.malaga.eu; €5.20). Created in the 19th century, it is particularly voluptuous in spring. The Malaga Tour sightseeing bus (green line) is the easiest way to get there (city-ss.es/en/malaga; ticket €1.30). See malagaturismo.com for more information.

 

 

 

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Den Danske skole i Malaga

www.bifrostskolen.com

Her taler vi dansk – når vi altså ikke har spansk

Derfor kan I trygt vælge Bifrostskolen, da I hermed har en tryg base til jeres børn fra første færd i Spanien; om I er i Spanien på orlov, eller I for alvor vil bosætte jer, er Bifrostskolen et godt sted at starte.

Samtidigt bevarer I en tryg og faglig uddannelse til jeres børn, således de altid kan uddanne sig videre i Danmark med eller uden jer.

Her på siden finder I konkrete oplysninger om os, skolen og andet praktisk. Husk at scrolle ned, så I får alle billederne med.

I er velkomne til at kontakte skolen for yderligere information eller for at få skolens informationsfolder tilsendt.

Bifrostskolen er en lidt andeledes skole, idet den er for danske børn, der opholder sig i Spanien i en kortere eller længere periode (orlovsbørn).

Den kan også bruges, hvis man ønsker en tryg start for sit barn i sin nye tilværelse, inden denne skal starte i spansk eller international skole.

På skolen behandler alle hinanden pænt og med respekt, hvilket vi tager meget seriøst.

Bifrostskolen er til familier, som ønsker at holde orlov eller bosætte sig i Spanien og samtidigt bevare den danske skolegang.

Det er muligt for forældrene at afprøve drømmen om at bo i Spanien uden at gå på kompromis med børnenes skolegang.

Mere om den Spanske Skole Den Spansk Skole

Husk at følge skolen på Facebook og hjemmesiden for opdateringer.

Kontakt Vibeke hvis du tænker på at købe bolig

  Danske Agent

trin-for-trin-vejledning

 

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the feria of Malaga is coming soon.

The Feria celebrations date back to 1487 and it is free.

The Malaga Feria is coming soon, the traditional dance of Andalucia is called 'Sevillanas' is danced in the streets and is very colourful. The admosphere is happy and jubulant. Plenty to eat and to drink, sherry and tinto verano are typical drinks for the feria.During the Day Fair you will find a large number of people from all over the world.The downtown streets are decorated throughout the week. 

The night fair is located in a different location than the Day Fair, at Cortijo de Torres. The Night Fair has many different activities and rides for all ages, and the temperatures are much cooler than during the day too.

Find below the schedules and activities calendar of Malaga fair for all the week:

August 12, Saturday: Inauguration of Fairgrounds

9:30 pm: Lighting and fairgrounds inauguration with the performance of the Municipal orchestra of Malag and fireworks.

10:00 pm: Festival for kids at the Municipal Children fair booth.

10:00 pm: Typical dancing from Malaga at the Verdiales fair booth until the 3 am.

10:00 pm: Typical dancing from Malaga at the Verdiales fair booth until the 3 am.

10:30 pm: Equestrian show at the Equestrian Exhibition Centre (C/ Antonio Rodríguez Sanchez, 39)

10:30 pm: DJ guest performance at 'Explanada de la Juventud' area.

11:00 pm: Performances at the Flamenco Municipal fair booth.

11:00 pm:Live concert of two Spanish bands at the Municipal Auditorium.Sunday 13 to Saturday 19 in August

The fair week takes places both at Malaga city centre as at the Fairgrounds with activities for everyone.

City centre fair program :

If you are going to visit Malaga city centre during the day you have many options to have a funny day.

Also at the following locations there will be performances and events:

 Plaza de la Constitución:From 1:00 pm. to 6:00 pm.

Plaza de Uncibay: From 4:00 pm. to 6:00 pm.

See you there......

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Thumbs up for the Spanish economy.

Ten years ago when the world was hit, first with the Credit Crunch, and then the hardest financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1920’s , Spain, along with its Mediterranean neighbours in Italy, France, Portugal and most notably Greece, was on their knees. However the Spanish economy is doing much better, thumbs up for the Spanish economy.

Massive unemployment, public debt that required a bailout from the European Union, insolvent banks and 1 million newly constructed houses left empty, as no one had the money, or could get finance, to buy them.
In other words, a disaster threatening to destabilise one of the biggest economies in the Eurozone for many years to come, and the international press was on a non-stop Doom and Gloom mission about the future of Spain.

Pause, and take a look at Spain today. In the 2nd quarter of this year, the economic growth of Spain was 0,9%. To put this into context, that is THREE TIMES as much as the UK, and TWICE that of France.

The IMF has forecasted the Spanish economy to grow by a staggering 3% this year and next year. Compare this to the feeble economic growth of Europe’s biggest economy, Germany of 1,6% and 1,7% for the UK.

Of the 1 million empty houses, more than 75% of them have now been sold, the unemployment is drastically down, and the financial institutions in Spain has recently performed very well in the so-called stress tests.
The “New York Times” has recently called this situation “The End of a Nightmare”, and French president Macron is looking to implement some of the measures the Spanish government introduced ten years ago to revive and strengthen the Spanish economy.

So, where often all Mediterranean countries are tarred with the same brush, you can now safely remove Spain from that list of failed and struggling economies. Spain is now the European Poster Boy for how it’s done to turn your economy around from Bust to Success.And how does that effect the overseas property buyer in Spain. Well, there is nothing like financial stability, growing house prices (at a reasonable pace) and low interest rates for house loans.

Specifically on the Costa del Sol where Tapas Properties is active, our clients can rest assured that they are buying at the right time at the bottom of the market, and that property prices are currently increasing apx. 6% annually according to the latest Spanish official figures, and that the interest rate of a 20 year fixed mortgage is hovering around 2,7%

So apart from all the joy you can have from owning a Spanish property located in one of the most vibrant areas of Southern Europe with the best all year round weather you can imagine, the cultural and gastronomical delights, you also know that you are not gambling your money, you are making a safe and sound economical investment at the same time. See our wide range of Developments on offer.  Developments

VIVA ESPAÑA!

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Off Plan Properties

There are many benefits to new builds and  buying off plan – they come with up to date technology and modern kitchens and bathrooms, quite often offering an open plan layout to make the most of the space.

These type of developments are excellent if you are looking to lock up and leave, just visiting at times throughout the year as there is an added security.There are many benefits to new builds and off plan developments – they come with up to date technology and modern kitchens and bathrooms, quite often offering an open plan layout to make the most of the space.

These type of developments are excellent if you are looking to lock up and leave, just visiting at times throughout the year as there is an added security.In most towns on the Costa del Sol, there are elegant apartments built around the turn of the 20th Century, with high ceilings, double doors and attractive cornicing and plasterwork. These are usually located in the most sought-after areas.Venture inland and you’ll find fincas aplenty for example in the Alhaurin/Coin area.

These will be older properties, many of which have been well renovated and are full of character. Village houses may have a great roof terrace.Living here you will quickly become used to the amenities being within easy reach so dining out in the great resorts of La Cala, Mijas or Benalmadena Pueblo, Marbella and Estepona become the norm. Watching or playing polo in upmarket Sotogrande or joining a yacht club out of Marbella. Being a member of an exclusive golf course or just playing your way around the region. You can create the lifestyle you want here, so whatever you are looking for you’re sure to find it in Spain.

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A beachside apartment, a villa on a golf course, a traditional finca or village house – whatever kind of home you’re looking for, Spain, and particularly the Costa del Sol will tick the box.

A beachside apartment, a villa on a golf course, a traditional finca or village house – whatever kind of home you’re looking for, Spain, and particularly the Costa del Sol will tick the box.
Most people’s first impressions of the Costa del Sol is that it is a beach destination.

But the more time you spend here, you will discover some wonderful alternatives to a typical Spanish beach apartment.

Luxury penthouses, duplexes, comfortable two bedroom apartments and studios – different styles of apartment are aplenty in the region.

You could chose a sleek urban city apartment in Malaga or a frontline golf villa in Marbella, an apartment in La Cala or a luxury residence.

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