WITH temperatures soaring in Spain while the rain drizzles in the UK, British buyers, and television shows, are turning their attention to the sun and its booming property market.
Top TV show A Place in the Sun has revealed its early summer selection for fantastic Spanish properties.
The 16-home selection can be found online and is exclusively limited to coastal or island area, which continue to attract expat investors and dreamers from across the planet.
Prices range from a €75,000 two-bed in Murcia with a communal pool to a majestic €390,000 three-bed townhouse in Marbella with three separate bathrooms.
Both have mountain views. A spectacular bargain can be found in Torrevieja where a white four-bed villa is on sale for just €90,000.
More compact but luxurious is a €250,000 one-bed apartment in the Catalan capital Barcelona.
Apartments at half that price can be found in wealthy Port Pollensa in Mallorca or in leafy Estepona on the Costa del Sol.
On the Canaries an extremely well-equipped one-bed can be found for €100,000.
Those favouring the more dramatic rural backdrop with the space and freedom to match can find an epic five-bed villa in Albanchez, Almeria right up in the mountains with its own fireplace for €200,000.
Costing just half that is a terrific rural estate in Gualchos, Granada just a short drive from the beach.
The hit Channel Four show is growing increasingly popular among British expats with a fiesty travel bug and desire for adventure.
Over summer a huge swell of interest in Spanish property is expected thanks to popular telly programmes and the market’s superb condition.