La Alfrquia

Old Jun 18th 2007, 12:45 am
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Hi All

New to the forum so just saying hi.

Am looking to create a shortlist of place to inspect to move my family over.
Me wife and 3 yr old.

Could anyone tell me what La Alfroquia is like please. What is the mix of english to spanish?
Can you get broadband out there?
Are there any nursery's for toddlers in the area?
I see there are 2 english restaurants. Would you say it is "holiday place"?

Thanks for any help in assisting me with my shortlist.

Regards

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Old Jun 18th 2007, 3:47 am
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Originally Posted by Tony Ramstrang
Hi All

New to the forum so just saying hi.

Am looking to create a shortlist of place to inspect to move my family over.
Me wife and 3 yr old.

Could anyone tell me what La Alfroquia is like please. What is the mix of english to spanish?
Can you get broadband out there?
Are there any nursery's for toddlers in the area?
I see there are 2 english restaurants. Would you say it is "holiday place"?

Thanks for any help in assisting me with my shortlist.

Regards

Tony
..Hello Tony and welcome to the forum, don't know the area you mention, where is it in Spain..? I am sure someone on here will know it..give them all a little time to wake up from their Siesta's...good luck..
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Old Jun 19th 2007, 12:50 am
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Originally Posted by Tony Ramstrang
Hi All

New to the forum so just saying hi.

Am looking to create a shortlist of place to inspect to move my family over.
Me wife and 3 yr old.

Could anyone tell me what La Alfroquia is like please. What is the mix of english to spanish?
Can you get broadband out there?
Are there any nursery's for toddlers in the area?
I see there are 2 english restaurants. Would you say it is "holiday place"?

Thanks for any help in assisting me with my shortlist.

Regards

Tony
BOUNCE......anyone ????...can you help Tony...
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Old Jun 19th 2007, 1:05 am
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Depends what you are looking for. If the permissions finally get sorted out there will be alot more building and more english then spanish.
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Old Jun 19th 2007, 3:01 am
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La Alfolquia/Zurgena area has many Brits who will soon start outnumbering the locals.
Problem also with legalities of some of the new builds. Villages in this area turning into sprawling towns.
Stayed in area. But preferred to live permanently elsewhere.
Will pm you some local forums where you will get all your questions answered.
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Can't pm you. Haven't done sufficient postings yet.
However put Arboleas, nearest village, in google . It's the local forum.
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Try Viva Almeria too, the boards there have lots of info about different areas.
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Old Jun 19th 2007, 6:19 am
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Thanks to who replied.

Any info is great help at this stage. Looking to move in about a years time. Spent a couple of years on the CDS, and was trying to broaden my search to other areas to give me a better overview of where i want to try and relocate to.

Thanks for the help

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