The coolest things to do in the Costa Brava

By |May 11th, 2016|

If there were a ranking for points of cultural interest per square kilometre, the counties of Girona would surely be right near the top. Cultural experiences await you at every turn, starting with the historical legacy of the area: Palaeolithic and Neolithic settlements, remains of Iberian villages, Greek and Roman ruins, exceptional mediaeval heritage (with […]

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Half of the world’s rich people increased their stake in real estate

By |March 3rd, 2016|

47% of people with more than $ 30 million worth (27.6 million euros), except his habitual residence, increase your exposure to the property over the next 10 years, according to data collected in the report ‘The Wealth Report 2016 ‘, prepared by property consultant Knight Frank. The study shows that the portfolios of large fortunes […]

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The lighthouse of Cap de Creus, the most eastern of the Iberian Peninsula

By |November 19th, 2015|

Did you know that inside the Natural Park of Cap de Creus there is a lighthouse that it is located in the easternmost position on the Iberian Peninsula? In an incomparable setting for being a wild and isolated 500 meters from the tip of the Cap de Creus but surrounded by a beautiful scenery.

The lighthouse […]

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The investment in real estate will rise in 2015 and beat historical records

By |August 3rd, 2015|

In the first half of 2015, the figure reached 8.434 million, doubling the recorded in the same period of 2014 and exceeding the numbers in the last eight years.
Revenues are expected to experience an increase thanks to foreign investors.
The sale of homes has picked up by strategic alliances.

The investment will grow in 2015 and ostensibly […]

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El Celler de Can Roca, the world’s best restaurant

By |June 11th, 2015|

Spain’s El Celler de Can Roca reclaimed its position as the world’s best restaurant. The Girona eatery last year ceded the number one spot on Restaurant magazine’s prestigious 50 Best list to Denmark’s Noma, which was relegated to third place this time around, just after Italy’s Osteria Francescana de Modena.

El Celler de Can Roca has now returned […]

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Picasso painting breaks all-time auction record: sold for $179 million

By |May 18th, 2015|

A late work by Pablo Picasso, sold for 179.36 million dollars became the painting most expensive ever auctioned and starred in a sweet night for Christie’s, the auction of the year in New York. This mature work of Picasso has been revalued after being auctioned in 1997 by 32 million, exceeding the price of Three Studies of […]

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There is no new property bubble in Spain

By |March 10th, 2015|

The senior advisor of the fund Blackstone, Claudio Boada, said that, there is no property bubble in Spain, but he has warned that “we must be careful” in the market and don’t confuse apples with oranges.
In a discussion developed in the conference ‘Money in 2033′, organized by PwC, Boada has indicated that he isn’t concerned about the […]

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This week: Barcelona Meeting Point 2014

By |October 29th, 2014|

Today is an important day for many. The first day of the Barcelona Meeting Point 2014, the eighteenth edition with the participation of 256 companies.

What is the BMP 2014?

During five days, companies get the opportunity to network with the most important personalities in the real estate world, internationally speaking. It’s also a place to find […]

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The Medieval Fair of Peratallada Costa Brava: the 4th and 5th of October

By |September 29th, 2014|

Peratallada Costa Brava is a town that has an ancient history, it’s one of the view medieval cities left in Catalonia.  Every year, the first weekend of October a vintage fair is held to remind everybody of the history of the town. The entire town turns into a real medieval city, people get dressed, make […]

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Sotheby’s invoiced $ 200 million in private art sales in Spain

By |August 26th, 2014|

The art market has reemerged from its ashes and is making some great performances in recent auctions in auction houses based in Spain. The auction house Sotheby’s invoiced $ 200 million in private sales of art in Spain. From the direction world’s oldest auction house, they explain that private sale stand as the new economic […]

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