Mollina can anybody give me information

We are moving to Mollina initially to rent then look to buy any info regarding the area would be very welcome?

I just checked on a map.  It appears to be a long way from any significant areas of non-Spanish  populations, and thus, I would think you will need to be fluent in Spanish, as badly spoken by natives in Andalucía.

  I have been present on a few occasions when Spaniards  have had considerable difficulty communicating with natives from the Andalucía hinterland.

Good luck

Thank you


Im interested to find out if you bought in Mollina.

I looked here before buying a property in Humiladero the closest town to Mollina. Unfortunatley I was priced out for what we wanted. But we do love Mollina.

Mollina is home to loads of brits i regularly see British people in the local dia and around town. Your right there is no centre of the town is very spread out but theres not alot that cannot be found there. There is a good school aswell so I hear from a friend whos child goes there. If you are still interested in buying in Mollina its also home to the best Estate agent we could find i can put you intouch.

Spanish helps anywhere inland but if there is somewhere you can get by on very minimum Spanish its here. The locals are used to seeing brits and English is the 2nd language taught in the school so most of the younger generation speak very good English.

My husband speaks virtually no spanish and has never had an issue. I can only speak basic spanish but your efforts are always appreciated and Just get a translator app on your phone for emergencies.

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