Foreign homes could be the answer as prices of Spanish holidays set to soar in 2018

Foreign homes could be the answer as prices of Spanish holidays set to soar in 2018
Foreign homes could be the answer as prices of Spanish holidays set to soar in 2018
With Spain on course to enjoy another record year for tourism, it’s looking likely that the Iberian nation, just 2 hours from the UK, will remain the number one holiday choice for Brits again in 2018.
According to booking platform, loveholidays.com, demand for holidays in Spain for summer 2018 is already higher than it was for this summer. But with this huge interest Spain, British tourists might have to break the bank to afford Spanish holidays this coming year.
Experts, including the chief executive of tour operator Thomas Cook, have warned that the price of a Spanish holiday could rise by as much as 10% in 2018 due to increased demand for budget flights, the call for hotel beds outstripping supply and the fall of sterling against the euro driving operational costs ever higher.
Indeed, the Carlson Wagonlit Travel report forecasts that the cost of hotels will jump by 3.7% and flights will globally increase by 3.5% in 2018.
As peak holiday seasons get busier and more expensive, increasing tourists are missing out on first-choice accommodation in Spain and are seeking another way to guarantee their ideal holiday.
Taylor Wimpey España, Spain’s leading developer established for almost 60 years, is seeing a steady number of enquiries from Brits who traditionally holiday in Spain but now want to make that holiday a more secure and permanent experience.
“As the costs of travelling and holidaying in Spain look set to skyrocket in the coming year, the appeal of owning your own home in Spain and being sure of staying in the location and accommodation you desire is growing. There are homes for every budget here in Spain; you can turn that dream into a reality, ” said Marc Pritchard, Sales and Marketing Director, Taylor Wimpey España.
One new development, located on the ever-popular holiday destination that is the Costa Blanca, in one of the most exclusive areas of Torrevieja, is attracting plenty of attention.
From just €189,000 +VAT, La Recoleta III‘s 2 or 3 bedroom apartments boast a well-designed layout, each with a private terrace with owners able to enjoy beautiful views over the Mediterranean Sea, swimming pool and private gardens of the development.


For more information please contact Taylor Wimpey España today on 08000 121 020 or visit http://taylorwimpeyspain.com/  for more information. If you reside outside of the UK you will need to call 34 971 706 972.

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