Spain Costas – The Spanish Coastline Explained

Spain Costas or the Spanish Coasts provide a great variety of beaches, towns, and coves to choose from.  Spain is known as the Iberian Peninsula, which is shared with Portugal.  Being a peninsula means there is plenty of Spanish Coastline to discover and experience.  Along the south and east are the Mediterranean beaches. Then the west and north provide you with Atlantic or Bay of Biscay beaches.

Spain Costas or the Spanish Coasts provide beaches, nature, cities and towns. We explain each of the areas along the Spanish coastline. Read more on WagonersAbroad.com
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What To Buy In Spain Souvenirs Or Gifts From Spain!

If you aren’t sure what to buy in Spain, don’t worry we have a great list for you.  We cover things to buy in Spain as souvenirs for you to remember your trip.  Things to buy as gifts from Spain our Spain Souvenirs too.  We also share with you the best things to buy in Spain and enjoy while you are there!  What is Spain famous for?  We’re about to tell you about the best Spanish things to buy!

What To Buy In Spain, Souvenirs, Gifts & Things To Enjoy Right Away! If you aren't sure what to buy in Spain, don't worry we have a great list for you.  We cover things to buy in Spain as souvenirs for you to remember your trip.  Things to buy in Spain to give as a gift.  We also share with you the best things to buy in Spain and enjoy while you are there! Read more on WagonersAbroad.com
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How To Move To Spain – Non Lucrative Spanish Visa, Housing, Settling

If you want to move to Spain from the US or any other country, you have come to the right place!  Welcome to Wagoners Abroad Spain Travel Blog.   We have plenty of knowledge about getting a non lucrative visa Spain, as well as living in Spain for more than 6 years!  It can all be overwhelming planning a move to Spain and you will get years of experience from this page and our blog.

Move To Spain - Planning your move to Spain, Best places to live in Spain, Getting a non lucrative Spanish visa to live in Spain, Getting settled in Spain with schools, banks, and more. We have been through the process and have helped hundreds of others through it too. Now is the time to live your dreams and move to Spain. Click to read more on WagonersAbroad.com
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Taking Kids on Their First Cruise

Taking your kids on a cruise for your next family vacation is a great way to get the whole family away and be confident that there will be activities, food, and a comfy place to sleep for all. That said, it can be nerve-wracking to take your kids on a cruise for the first time. That’s why we’ve put together this short guide so you can make sure both you and your kids get the most out of your vacation.

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Keep everyone healthy

We all let our health slip a little when we go on a cruise. All that good food and relaxation makes it inevitable. When travelling as a family, it’s important you take extra steps in ensuring everyone stays fit and healthy for the whole trip. Remember essentials like sanitizer, baby wipes, anti-nausea medication, and plenty of sunblock. Check out guides like this one from All About Vision for caring for your eyes on vacation. And make sure everyone gets some fruit and vegetables each day.

Do your research

Before you decide on a cruise, make sure you do your research. That means finding out what facilities you can expect on board, room sizes, childcare availability, age requirements, and the itinerary. You need to check, for example, that your kids are old enough for the activities they want to do or for the on-cruise kid’s club. You definitely need to know if babysitting and childcare facilities are available too. Taking the whole family on a cruise requires much more research than when it’s just you and friends or your other half.

Arrive with plenty of time

Let’s face it, travelling with kids can make everything from packing a suitcase to getting off a plane much more difficult. With that in mind, it’s vital that you arrive at your cruise’s departure destination with more time than you’d usually allow yourself. If you need to fly to your departure destination, consider arriving the day before departure so that you don’t need to combine air travel with getting to your cruise on time in one day.

Pack properly

Cruises are great for family vacations as a lot of the stuff you need is provided for you, including food and toiletries. That said, taking kids on a cruise requires some more careful thinking about what and how to pack.

You should remember that on your first day you might not have immediate access to your room and luggage, so be sure to pack everything you need for your first day in your hand luggage, including wipes, snacks, documents, swimsuits, and sunblock. If you feel overwhelmed by packing for your kids, check out this cruise packing list for kids to make sure you pack the right stuff.

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Set clear expectations

We’d all love our first family cruise to be perfect, but that’s not realistic. It’s important that before you leave, you set your own expectations and set your kids’ expectations too. Have a chat with the whole family before leaving to explain to them the health and safety rules of the ship, how they should behave, and any other rules you might have – like all of the family eating dinner together at 6pm every day.

With plenty of preparation and communication, you can be confident that you’ll have a successful cruise vacation with your family.

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Do You Want To Live In Spain For A Year or More?

Dreaming of something different?  Do you want to live in Spain for a year?  Perhaps a gap year in Spain is what you need?  Does this sound like you?

There you are living a wonderful life with both parents working and the kids are in school.  Your afternoons and evenings are spent running around from activity to event and driving from one location to another.  Sometimes you need to have a quick meal out, as there just isn’t enough time to cook a meal at home.  Once you arrive home, it is time to do a bit of cleaning, have the kids finish their homework, and have a little bit of time together as a family.  Time to go to bed and start it all again tomorrow.

Family Gap Year In Spain - A gap year can now mean a family can travel or immerse in a new culture for a year.  It could mean your family can live a year in Spain!  It's just one year to take a break from your normal day to day life, to experience something completely different.  Try new foods, a new language, new routines, a different way of doing things.  It is the perfect way to give the gift of experience, culture and the world to your kids. Read more on WagonersAbroad.com

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International Money Transfers & Wise Fees

We are often asked about what we do for international money transfers.  Unfortunately I rarely have a straightforward answer, because it is one of those “it depends” type answers.  We will share with you some of our money transfer tools & tips.

What do we use for international money transfers? Of course, it depends, so we share some of our money transfer tools & tips with you! Read more on WagonersAbroad.com

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Visiting Spain In Winter

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?

Visit Spain in Winter and stay for a while!  Escape your harsh winter just a change of scenery and come livein Spain for a month or even 3.  - Read more on https://wagonersabroad.com

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