Moving to Spain with Children
If you search online you will find a multitude of books about Spain, books set in spain, books about moving to Spain, books about living in Spain
and people’s stories about moving to Spain from UK. However, there is very little information available about Spain for children and almost nothing about Moving to Spain with Children.
Until now, that is.
Welcome to Moving to Spain with Children. This book will:
Give you food for thought
Provide factual info & sources of information
Share real life experiences
Don’t even think of Moving to Spain with Children without reading this essential self-help manual. Compiled by a successful British working Mum who has experienced the relocation roller-coaster for you – the highs, lows and occasional shrieks of panic – it could save you months of hassle and heartache.
Timing your Move; Choosing the Best Location; Schooling; Paperwork; Learning Spanish; Healthcare; Property purchase; Starting a business …
… and other considerations crucial to ensuring a smooth transition to your new lifestyle.
With information that’s bang up-to-date and tells it like it is, spiced with the author’s own heart-warming anecdotes, you’ll arrive at the same place her own family is now – but in half the time:
Living and loving family life in Spain!
If you’ve ever wished for the gift of hindsight, Moving to Spain with Children is just that: a gift of a book!
Why did we decide to move to Spain?
We decided to move to mainland Spain for many reasons. It is so much easier to have a great quality of life in Spain. Material possessions are not important, or at least they don’t have to be. The Spanish people are so welcoming and family life is very important to them. Provided you make the effort, it can be easy to become part of your local community. Traveling to and from Spain is very easy and affordable thanks to the frequency flights and the road and rail alternatives.
Why is Spain a great place to move to?
Where do I start? Obviously, my opinions are based on my own experiences and those of many people that I have helped to relocate to the Malaga area.
Without wanting to state the obvious, Southern Spain enjoys a climate which encourages outdoor living, masses of fresh air and healthier eating. After over 20 years, the blue skies and sunshine still make me smile.
However, I think it is fair to say that Spain offers a wonderful environment to all kinds of people. I love the fact that my children (aged 7 and 9) attend a Spanish state school, are doing very well and are both bilingual. They eat a wide variety of different foods
(shellfish from a very early age, much to my mum’s despair) and spend more hours outside than in. They interact with children of all nationalities and races and neither language nor background is of importance.
Why did I feel I had to write the book - how difficult it was to get information and why did I feel I needed to help others to make the move?
I actually earn my living as an independent relocation advisor and personal property finder. I assist families and professionals in making the best decisions when planning their move to Spain. My specialities are dealing with NIE and residency issues, Spanish bureaucracy
and property purchase procedures. It is this work along with my personal experiences that has provided me with first-hand knowledge and material for my writing.