For non-European investors a Golden Visa is the quickest way to get a Spanish residence permit. Just invest half a million euros and the visa is yours.
Lockdowns might be lifting, but life is still strange. And one of the things that still continues to carry us through these strange times is a good laugh.
Spread and share the good news! Everyone needs a reminder of the good in the world, of resilience, kindness and generosity and that humans can be truly beautiful beings.
In this series we look at some of the greatest artists of our generation, and discover just what makes them great. First in line is our own David Hockney, one of the world’s favourites.
A terrace is a home outside home, a place to lounge outside your lounge. And the better you design and furnish it, the more you’ll enjoy it.
More positive pieces of news from around the world. The new normal, whatever that turns out to be, is going to be BRIGHT!
Every time you find humour in a difficult situation, you win…so enjoy a laugh at our top collection of quarantine memes.
With a return to normality hovering cautiously around the corner, the most important thing anyone can focus on right now is balancing their state of mind.
After four months of devastation we are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Lockdowns are lifting and, slowly but surely, fear is being replaced with hope.
Antoni Gaudí died mistaken for a beggar yet he designed some of the most beautiful and extraordinary structures in the world.
Hope, clarity and faith in humanity. Our current situation is not all doom and gloom, here is the good news from all over the planet.
What makes some buildings iconic? Why are some architects game changers? We look at what the human spirit can achieve, and how our lives can be changed by creativity.
Given the scope of his work and the controversy that surrounds it, Santiago Calatrava could be the best-known living architect in the world.
Amidst all the doom and gloom there is also a mountain of positive news and plenty of reasons to remain hopeful.
So Easter this year is taking on a whole new format! We focus on celebrating the holiday under the terms and conditions of lockdown.
Puerto Banús may be 50, but as they say, 50 is the new 30, and ‘The Port’ shows no sign of slowing down just yet!