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Arrest for Property Scam in Pilar de la Horadada
The Civil Guard has arrested a man in Pilar de la Horadada for a series of scams related to the rental of holiday apartments as well as the fraudulent sale of a property.
According to the Guardia, a 27-year-old Spanish national and resident of Pilar de la Horadada, received 35,200 euros from one victim and 500 euros from another.
Agents were warned of a possible scam related to the sale of a home in Torre de la Horadada. The alleged seller had falsified the la nota simple del Registro de la Propiedad as well as the date and notarial data, so that the property appeared to be available for, when in fact it belonged to a German octogenarian who had been declared incapable and was in the care of the state.
The potential buyer inspected the property and agreed a price with the alleged fraudster of 85,000 euros for which he paid a deposit of 35,200.
The Generalitat, which brought the initial case against the fraudster, said that the property is not for sale and the potential buyer has been cheated. As a result of their investigation, the Civil Guard found that the detainee was advertising properties on the internet under the name of “Pablo Mar SL” which gave it the appearance of a genuine real estate business.
On its website it offered the rental of holiday apartments for the summer season in Pilar de la Horadada with an “exceptionally affordable prices, so as to gain the interest of potential renters”. As a result a number of people had paid deposits on properties that were not available and with no likelihood of their monies being returned.
At the moment, the Civil Guard has only managed to locate one victim of the rental scam, a resident of Santomera (Murcia) who contacted the detainee in March this year and paid him 500 euros for a rental that never materialized.
It is thought that more victims of this fictitious real estate company will be located as the investigation continues, although some people who have been identified have said they don’t wish to pursue charges.
The alleged fraudster has been charged with crimes of fraud and the counterfeit of a public document. Having appeared in court last week he has now been released on bail.
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Costa property market bonanza
OFFICIAL statistics released on Tuesday show the Costa Blanca property market is enjoying a new bonanza with an average 101 transactions signed every day.
Figures released by the national statistics institute (INE) show that Alicante is only behind the more densely populated Madrid and Barcelona provinces in terms of overall sales figures.
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Local demand for second homes shifts inland away from the coast
Local demand for holiday homes in the Spanish interior is catching up with demand for second homes on the coast, reveals an annual survey of house hunters.
49% of holiday-home hunters surveyed by the Spanish real estate servicer said they are looking inland and away from the coast, suggesting an important shift in Spanish demand that has traditionally focused heavily on homes near the beach.
A year ago the same survey revealed the percentage of house hunter looking for second homes on the coast was 62%, and those looking inland was 38%, so there has been a double-digit shift in demand towards the interior and away from the coast.
Of those looking in the interior today, 25% are looking for a property in a city or town, and 24% are interested in a country property.
The same research reveals that some 23% of Spanish households own a second home, whilst 10% are hoping to buy one, and 67% neither own nor ever plan to buy a second home.
Of those who already own a second home, 19% are planning to sell it, down from 30% a year ago, suggestion less distress in the market and owners better placed to wait for prices to recover further.
The typical second-home owner in Spain is 50 years or older, married with kids, and lives in a city of 200,000 inhabitants or more. The biggest group of second home owners live in Catalonia (18%) followed by Andalucia (17%), and Madrid (16%).
Curiously, 17% of second home owners in Spain live in rented accommodation when it comes to their main home.
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La Bella Lola Torrevieja
She gazes out to sea, seeking a husband who will never return
La Bella Lola is a sculptural piece, set against the rocky setting of the Cala del Moro in front of the Paseo marítimo Juan Aparicio de Torrevieja.
This paseo is often referred to locally as the paseo “de las Rocas” as the first part of the paseo runs along rocky outcrops, rather than sandy beach.
At this end of the paseo is a sculptural piece called the Monumento al Hombre del Mar, or monument to the man of the sea, made by Josep Ricart i Maimir in 1975, which pays homage to mariners and the fishing tradition of the municipality. Events taking place at this end of the paseo are often described as being “in front of the Hombre del Mar”.
One of these men was Antonio, the beloved husband of Lola, who went out to sea on “La Gaviota” along with his nine companions and was never seen again.
A widespread search yielded nothing, and finally he was given up as lost on the 12th May 1919.
But Lola refused to accept his loss and sat resolutely on the rocks day after day looking for her beloved, the waves lapping her bare feet, the wind catching her white cotton nightshirt, hair tied into a knot, day after day, seeking Antonio.
And she remains there today, symbolising all of the women who have watched their men head out to sea, never to return again…….
La Bella Lola is a popular tourist attraction and has been included in thousands of holiday snaps alongside visitors to the municipality.
A replica of the piece, made by Carmen Fraile, was presented to the City of Oviedo during the twinning ceremony with Torrevieja in 2009.
The name La Bella Lola, is also that of a famous habanera, composed by Arturo Dúo Vital.
Each year Torrevieja is immersed in the music of the Habaneras, holding its annual Habaneras festival, which fills the town with music every summer.
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Eight of the most crazily cool hotels in Spain
Why not spice up your holiday and stay in one of Spain's most unusual hotels?
Fancy slumbering in a converted bullring or waking up in the treetops? Spain has its fair share of unusual holiday accommodation.
Spain is one of the most visited countries in the world, breaking its own tourism record with over 75 million visitors in 2016. But it's not all sunburn and sangria. If you fancy something a little bit different, why not stay in one of the country’s most unusual hotels?
Tree house
If you fancy getting back to nature but can’t quite face camping, why not spend a few nights in the forest canopy, nestled in your own private tree house? Cabanes als Arbres, in the Sierra de Montseny, 84 kilometres (around 50 miles) from Barcelona, has ten tree houses to choose from, each named after a bird.
Circus Hotel
If you’ve ever dreamed of running away to join the circus, you could live out your fantasy on holiday by staying in a real life working circus. Guests stay in an authentic circus carriage, dating back to 1939, which has been lovingly restored. Visitors also get free entry to the circus and even get the chance to participate in some of the activities. The hotel moves around with the circus, so check Raluy Circus’ website to see where they are heading.
Bullring
Never mind going to see a bullfight while you’re in Spain, why not actually stay in a bullring? While it might not be up everyone’s street, the Unesco World Heritage Site of the Plaza de Toros Hotel in Almadén, Ciudad Real includes 24 bedrooms and four star luxury, all surrounding the town’s impressive bullring.
Train carriage
Vagon Rural (Rural Carriage) renovates 1950s train carriages into up-to-the-minute, stylish holiday apartments in the heart of Murcia. So all aboard for a holiday experience of a lifetime.
Sleep with a star
Each room in the Astoria 7, in San Sebastian, is dedicated to a famous Hollyood star. The hotel is built on the site of the famous Astoria cinema and in the most cinematic city in Spain, home to the annual San Sebastian Film Festival, this hotel is surely the most star studded. Don’t forget to say hello to the lifesize statue of Alfred Hitchcock at reception!
Rent your own island
Only five minutes by boat from Ibiza, the private island of Tagomago is the most exclusive in the Mediterranean and could be all yours if you can stretch to the €100,000 per week ($111,000) price tag. The mainly rocky island, 600 metres off the Ibizan coast, has its own lighthouse — built in 1906 — as well as an exclusive villa, complete with swimming pool, steam room and sauna.
An architectural masterpiece
If you love Bilbao’s Guggenheim and have always wanted to stay in an architectural masterpiece, why not spend a few nights in the Hotel Marqués de Riscal, in the beautiful town of Elciego in the Basque Country. If architecture is your thing, sleeping in a building designed by “the most important architect of our age” is surely not to be missed.
Glamping
Step back hundreds of years to Moorish Spain - and add a little bit of glamour - by staying in a luxurious Bedouin tent, all the way from the King of Moroccco’s tent-maker in Casablanca. The tent, in Refugio Marnes in Alicante, comes complete with its own kitchen and bathroom and best of all - no annoying nearby campers - it is the only tent on their property.
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