The Spanish Property Registers, which account for all real estate purchases, confirm, after record transactions - for decades - during the last summer: almost a third of their acquisitions, foreigners concentrate them on the Mediterranean coast and the archipelagos.
That is the sectors of Alicante, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Málaga and the Balearic Islands.
The British took over the lead in investments (9.3%) ahead of the Germans (8.0%), the French (6.2%), then the Romanians (4.6%), the Belgians (4.3 %) and the Dutch (4.1%).
If Alicante and Tenerife record 40% of foreign purchases, the province of Girona reaches 28.10%. Mainly, of course, on the coast.
Including the famous Bay of Roses now listed among the most beautiful coasts in the world.