For many years Spain seemed to enjoy and thrive on the booming economy that followed from the continually expanding growth which was common across much of Europe. With new finances in place, redeveloping the infrastructure then swiftly took hold, which enabled many new roads, motorways and other essential facilities to be built ahead, or in conjunction with the enormous coastal redevelopment schemes that were being planned for each region.
The face of the Mediterranean coastal landscape started spain hostels changing, noticeably from the French border region around Girona, gradually spreading southwards through Costa Brava, Costa Dorada, Costa del Azahar, and the largest of all, Costa Blanca which covers both North and South of Alicante Town. The advancement continued along the Costa Almeria, Costa Tropical, Costa del Sol, and finally reached the southern areas around Costa de la Luz as it approaches the border with Portugal.
The provincial towns nearest to the developing regions, such as Alicante, Cartagena, Mucia, Malaga, Marbella and Tarragona supplied much of the employment which was required to support the building and creation of so many new businesses and property developments being constructed. The established cities of Barcelona, Valencia, Granada, Seville and Zaragoza all must have seen a rise in tourism related wealth which sustained much needed employment within their cities. The port city of Cadiz, formerly the Capital of Spain, has retained much of its originality but manages to accommodate a number of regular cruise ships who disembark their passengers.
Owning or renting a villa in Spain seemed like paradise for millions of tourists or would-be property owners, who were surprised at the benefits from owning or renting holiday accommodation in Spain instead of using hotels. Numerous of European people did see the attraction of purchasing their own villa in Spain and being able to live in the sun for many months each year, or rent out the property in order to supplement their income. Whilst the country’s economy may still be gloomy, at least the weather is not.