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PALMA DE MALLORC


The best city in the world to live in Spain is: is Palma de Mallorca.
That, at least, is what ensures the British newspaper The Times, which has published its list Sunday 50 favorite cities.

"The capital of the Balearic Islands has a picturesque old town with beaches that can be reached on foot and with an exceptional climate," says The Times in its annual supplement. Palma outperforms rivals Toronto (best destination for urbanites), Auckland (the best maritime city), Hoi An in Vietnam (the bow of gastronomy) and Berlin (the best big city on a tight budget).

The list have made the team in travel journalists of The Times, who have used various statistics about the quality of life, infrastructure, food, climate, environment and the ease of "assimilation" of the British. "That makes it our favorite destination," concludes the newspaper, Palma qualifies as "one of the most picturesque cities of Spain".

"We live in an increasingly globalized world with the digital economy, so that the potential for year-round living for several months or weekends are increasingly handy places," writes the director of The Supplement Home Times, which recommends Mallorca for holidays or to go to live.

The countries most 'winners' list are the United States (with 10 cities among the 50 elected), France (five), Spain, Italy and Australia (four each)
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International investors dominate the industry motivated by the low prices.
There is increasing interest from us buyers in Spanish coastal areas Barcelona, Ibiza, Costa Brava, Marbella and Mallorca, pockets of real estate investment.
Foco inmobiliario de inversión en Ibiza.


Real estate prices of luxury in Spain have been stable in the first half of 2014, according to the Lucas Fox real estate agency in Barcelona. The transactions are increasing in all its areas of reference to measure that reduces the gap between prices of output and sales. International customers represent 90% of the sales of Lucas Fox and the interest of investors in Far East and Middle East is gaining momentum.
The residential market of Ibiza continues to grow with strength, with an increase in transactions compared to the same period in 2013. The prices of the luxury properties in some important areas begin to increase as demand exceeds supply. The interest on the part of us buyers has doubled.
The residential market of Ibiza continues to grow with strength, with an increase in transactions compared to the same period in 2013. The prices of the luxury properties in some important areas begin to increase as demand exceeds supply. The interest on the part of us buyers has doubled.