Speed dating costa del sol
Since it was launched in 2002, the intention of This Is Spain has always been to give accurate information to those considering moving to Spain or those already here, particularly those still finding their way around.
Our specialist area of knowledge is the Costa Del Sol (in particular the Marbella/Fuengirola/Málaga area), the Costa Blanca (in particular the Torrevieja/Orihuela Costa and Benidorm areas) and the Canaries (Lanzarote).
Most of the popular tourist towns and resorts can be visited on excellent value package holidays and visitors choosing to find their own accommodation or staying with friends now have a fantastic choice of budget airlines that fly from many European countries.
The general cost of living is very easy on the wallet and popular cities and resorts such as Marbella, Malaga and Benidorm have fierce competition in the tourism and catering industries, thus keeping prices low.
Over the last 30 years or so dating in Spain has grown, especially with the many foreigners and ex-pats that have found new homes in Spain, the Balearics and the Canary Islands.
Many arrived with a partner, a husband or wife but a surprisingly high number end up divorced, separated or single in Spain!
You may want to find someone in a Spanish city by searching for singles Barcelona, singles Madrid, singles Valencia or further south like singles Seville and singles Granada.
Vive una experiencia inolvidable en la Costa del Sol, tanto si la visitas en familia, con amigos, en solitario o en un viaje de negocios.
When choosing to go on holiday or relocate to another country there are many factors people consider, and we all have our likes and dislikes.
As a holiday destination, the language barrier many of us face in Spain is not so much of a problem as most of the main tourist destinations in the country have shops, supermarkets, bars and restaurants that employ one or two English speaking staff, and in some of the most popular tourist resorts you hardly hear a word of Spanish being spoken.
There are many theories out there why so many ex-pat marriages fail after such a short time living in their new found Mediterranean lifestyle.
Many turn to Spain or another country in an effort to 'change' a prior life of monotony and boredom or maybe to try to rescue a failing relationship.