EasyJet is introducing new Essex flights to Spain.
Announcing routes to the well-known Costas, on top of Ibiza and Mallorca, the flight goals to fly 800,000 Essex habitants from Southend International Airport to Spain in time for following summer.
The addition of new flights separating Spain and Southend has been connected by most to the triumph of TV sequence The Only Way Is Essex. PropertyInSpain.net predicts that as tourism builds up in between the two places, another sequence could show a Marbella-based episode, which includes the location’s well-known nightclubs.
A spokesman for the show commented: “The pilot has showcased elements of Marbella and close by Puerto Banus. With nightclubs, private yachts and millionaires, a fly-on-the wall series may go down a treat.”
The Only Way Is Essex superstars might breeze in merely in time to get a Spanish bargain, using property price ranges throughout the region anticipated to dwell low for several years. Property journalist Marc Da Silva advised Property Showroom: “In Spain, prices possess been falling for fairly some time. It is a wonderful chance to make a deal a less expensive property deal.”
With the region’s current variety of affordable real estate, curiosity has remained elevated for various months; requests for A Place in the Sun’s tip to buying property in Spain rose by 24% in between January and May this year, indicating which an increasing variety of people are aware which when looking for a property deal, the solely way to go is Spain.
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