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Catalonia is one of the most well known regions in Spain. In the frontier with France, is it one most equilibrated areas in all the country and, possibly, in all Europe, thanks to the fact that one can find almost anything in it. From ski stations to beautiful emerald coves, international airports, business schools, high speed train... and of course, amazing gastronomy and weather.


The two most interesting zones in the region in real estate terms are its capital city, Barcelona, and Costa Brava.


Let's see why.



Barcelona is the capital city of Catalonia. Founded more than 2000 years ago by the Romans in the shores of the Mediterranean sea, Barcelona is one of the 20 most visited cities in the world and is the center of Catalan politics, the main economic power of the region and one of the most important ones in Spain.


Some of the best things about Barcelona are its equilibrium and its extended qualities. It has the advantages of being a big European city and in its immediate proximity, at maximum 2 hour drive, you can find beaches, ski and mountains, vineyards, golf, football, great universities, hospitals and of course, a rich and diverse gastronomy and mild weather all year long.


Other than that, because of the above and of its touristic power, in the last years it has become one of the strongest poles of real estate investment in southern Europe.

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Costa Brava

Costa Brava is an area located in the region of Baix Empordà, in the northern coast of Catalonia, at only an hour and a half drive from Barcelona.


Called by many the Spanish Tuscany, in a 40 km radius it combines medieval villages, golden fields, vineyards and white fishermen villages surrounded by beautiful Mediterranean waters.


In the last 60 years it has become one of the most preferred holidays destinations for wealthy Catalans and in the last two decades it has also attracted foreign investment too.

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