If you’re looking for an excellent way to travel throughout Europe without having to worry about the Schengen Area visa restrictions, then obtaining the Non-Lucrative Visa from Spain is an excellent choice. If you are moving to Spain from the US, this will allow Spain to be your gateway to Europe.
We are making the assumption you already have your heart set on moving to Spain. Now we want to review where we think are some of the best places to retire in Spain. In addition, we want to provide you with general information to narrow down your scope on where to live.
We have been amazed over the years at how many of our readers are looking to retire in Spain. I think it is great that our family of four has not only been an inspiration to other families, but also to people wanting to retire. This includes families, singles and couples, so it is nice to know we have helped so many people.
Visit Spain in Winter and stay for a while! Do you want to escape your harsh winter weather? Or maybe you just want a change of scenery? Would you be interested in living in Spain for a month or even 3 months? Why not spend your winter in Spain?
Over the past few years, Spain has become a more popular place for Americans to immigrate. We will share with you information for Spain visa requirements and residency options available to you depending on your scenario.
So you are thinking you want to retire and live in Spain for 6 months or spend the winter in Spain. If you are an American citizen, there isn’t a visa to do exactly this, but you do have some options available.