Graham and I are often asked about our ‘Spanish Story’ and why we made the decision to move here with our three girls 19 years ago…. and yes we can’t believe that we have lived and worked here for 19 years. Our answer is always the same, the main reason was for what we hoped […]Read More The Truth About Grapevine Properties
Holy Week (Semana Santa) is a very important time for the Spanish community and the biggest religious celebration of the year. Each year, Spaniards take time off work to remember the final days of Christ. The processions that take place during this time are known as ‘penance processions’ and the takers part dress up in […]Read More The Semana Santa Parades: Our Top Picks
If there is one thing an Andalucian native can boast about, it’s about the excellent local cuisine.Read More Michelin Star Restaurants in Malaga
We are lifting the curtain on how we at Grapevine work.Read More From Listing To Sale: How Do We Do It?
Would you like to learn how to bake bread right here in Inland Malaga?Read More Learn How To Bake Bread In Inland Malaga With Marije
Guaro is a modest white village, located on the edge of the Sierra de las Nieves natural park.Read More Moving To Guaro: All You Need To Know
It’s a brand new year. You may be considering making a change and potentially putting your property on the market. You’re property may already be on the market but you’re looking to spruce things up to generate more interest. Here are 8 things you can do to help your property sell this year: Declutter The […]Read More 8 Small Things You Can Do To Help Sell Your Property In 2021
In the second half of the 19th societies called Peñas Flamencas started to appear in the Andalusian community.Read More What You Need To Know About Peña Flamencas
Are you thinking of moving to Spain next year and are confused about how to go about it in a legal way?Read More How To Move To Spain In 2021 If You’re A British Citizen
After the heat of summer, the welcome chill of autumn gently descends on the Guadalhorce Valley. With this decrease arrives some of things we look forward to most throughout the year; the greener valleys, the appearance of turrón, the smell of bonfires and of course, a warm paper cone of roasted chestnuts from a street-side […]Read More It’s Castaña Season!