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The beautiful climate and the relaxed way of life make Spain – and the Costa del Sol in particular - a popular destination for resettlement, whether upon retirement or to work or run a business.
There are some 4.7 million expats living in Spain, almost 2.6 million of which come from outside the EU.
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|Coming to the Costa del Sol via Residence for Investment
This guide looks at the availability of 'golden visas' - residence for investment visas.
|Coming to the Costa del Sol as a Student
This guide is about coming to the Costa del Sol to study - the visas available and whether you're eligible.
|Coming to the Costa del Sol as a Tourist
This guide is about visiting the Costa del Sol as a tourist.
|Coming to the Costa del Sol to Work
This guide is about moving to the Costa del Sol if you wish to work.
I hope you have found this guide useful. If you need any further help, please contact me.John Howell 6 December 2016