• Alicante
  • Almeria
  • Andalusia
  • Barcelona
  • Basque Country
  • Canary Islands
  • Catalunya
  • Girona
  • Ibiza
  • Madrid
  • Malaga
  • Manilva
  • Murcia
  • Sevilla
  • Tenerife
  • Valencia
Close

Living in Andalusia

Find useful info to make the most of your expat project and get in touch with expatriates

2,323 members on the Andalusia network
Join us

Make your expat project in Andalusia successful

Influenced by Islam and Christianity, Andalusia is a real blend of cultures and traditions. Located in Southwest Europe, it is a popular destination with expatriates, especially with retirees.

Andalusia is known to be the country's hottest and second largest region. But by moving there, you will enjoy a great cultural opening through its different architectural styles, spicy cuisine and its picturesque landscapes.

Expatriate health insurance in Andalusia

Free advice and quotation service to choose an expat health insurance in Andalusia

Moving to Andalusia

Find tips from professionals about moving to Andalusia

Travel insurance in Andalusia

Enjoy stress-free travel to Andalusia

Work

Find your dream job and take your career to an international level. Apply to the vacancies available.

Offers

Yesterday

Waiter

Yesterday

Waiter

last week

Barman

last week

Housemaid

last week

Housing

Browse the Andalusia housing ads and find the perfect accommodation

Ads

3 days ago

3 days ago

350 max

last week

175,000€

3 weeks ago

130000 GBP

The Spain guide

Latest articles

Rent prices are quite high in Barcelona, just like in Madrid. There are different forms of accommodation available in a variety of neighbourhoods.

Rent prices in Madrid can be quite high. But the Spanish capital city has rather attractive neighborhoods and accommodation offers.

Sevilla's economy was badly affected by the 2008 economic crisis and many people remain unemployed. However it is possible for expats to find work

Although Malaga was affected by the 2008 economic crisis, expats can still find a job. However, there is a high level of unemployment.

Tourists and expatriates wishing to travel to Spain are advised to inquire on authorised and banned products beforehand. Some may be imported duty fre

View all articles

Meet people

Sapper rick
alyjllew
niknax
Frog and Co
TraceyW
annakubicka
Events
Create an event and invite expats to join: party, concert, match, festival or casual gathering... it's up to you!
Create your event

Andalusia bloggers

Mindanao Advice

last year

Footprints of my Life. A blog by Gracela Einarson.

Gracela
One Foot in the Cave

last year

How an English couple - one a boat captain and the other a professional mermaid (yes really) ended up buying a cave which they plan to call home within inland rural Andalucia.

dannygoesdiving
OurYearinSpain

last year

An Australian Family with European heritage decides to pack up their life for a year in Granada, Spain...a fascinating discovery of history, culture, language, and what it means to be a family unit abroad.

youryearinspain

Share your expat experience in Andalusia

Classifieds

Buy, sell and find all you need: deals, furniture, cars, household appliances and many more.

Recommended services

Try it, recommend it! Share your opinion and get in touch with professionals and services tested and approved by expats.

Emmanuel Tourau Roche
C/ Ruleta, Andalusia

Real estate brokers

MaleyAbogados MaleyAvocats
Alameda principal 6, 2 A, Malaga,, Andalusia

Lawyers

Spain Villas & Apartments
Calle las Palomas, Andalusia

Real estate agencies