Britain is the third most populated country in Europe with about 63.8 million people living within its borders. However, it is not even in the top ten when it comes to land area in Europe. Spain on the other hand has a huge land area of nearly 500,000 square kilometres as compared with Britain’s 244, 820 square kilometres. A lower population with a huge land area makes Spain an especially attractive destination for many British citizens. In fact, the number of migrants from Britain to Spain keeps on increasing by the day. In 2014, over 300,000 Britons lived in Spain making Spain one of the largest hosts of a British population outside the UK. Other estimates by the BBC put this figure at 761,000 British citizens in the country.
Andalusia is also unique location for many British citizens. In fact, this community hosts about 63, 472 Britons. Andalusia has a rich history dating back to the Carthaginians, Romans, Vandals, and Visigoths. This heritage provides Britons will an ample choice when it comes to visiting historical sites or setting up tourism businesses. Currently, British citizens represent 15.25% of all the foreigners in Andalusia. That means that retiring in such an environment would be a good idea. A retiree would benefit from the company of his fellow Britons when he misses the UK. He would spend the rest of his time enjoying the company, culture, and hospitality of the people of Andalusia.
Brits living in areas of Spain other than these areas are also doing well. In fact, regions of Spain with a population of more than 10,000 Brits apart from those mentioned above include Catalonia and the Balearic Islands. You should consider moving to Spain. The cost of living and healthcare is low. Additionally, the country offers you beauty and sunshine. Your migration to Spain will be smooth if you work with the best conveyance lawyer. Doing so will ensure the transfer of your property is easy, effective, and secure.