Tue, 04 Sep 07
Three cities in Northern Spain have topped a national poll investigating the best places to live...
The survey, carried out by the Organisation for Consumers and Users, involved over 10,000 people and investigated conditions in 17 Spanish cities. Several factors were analysed which were thought to affect peoples'' opinions of where they lived.
As reported by Homesworldwide.co.uk, these factors included:
- Quality of life.
- Personal security.
- Health care.
- Employment prospects
The northern city of Pamplona was voted the best place to live in Spain, followed by two other cities in the north of the country - Bilbao and Gijon.
All these cities have a wealth of cultural attractions and are popular tourist locations.
Investors purchasing buy-to-let property in Pamplona, for example, can expect to benefit from the large number of tourists who visit to participate in the high profile annual Pamplona bull run.
Visiting Spanish property has become very easy in recent years, with low-cost air carriers operating several routes between the north of Spain and the UK.
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