Says the British newspaper The Times in an article entitled "Why digital nomads are moving to Alicante": the province of Alicante is one of the most attractive destinations for a digital nomad, after the entry into force of the norm that favors the installation in Spain of people who telework.

The Times collects in its article testimonials from young professionals who have settled in Alicante. Digital nomads from different European countries who highlight the quality of life in the city and its advantages. The newspaper cites, among the advantages of Alicante for digital nomads: the housing offer and its price, the power of its airport and good communications; among them, the high-speed rail connection with Madrid. Also in the province of Alicante there are 28 international schools and the Costa Blanca has been a focus of attraction for citizens from all over Europe for many years.

The news also reflects an interesting fact about housing: in the first six months of 2022, of all home purchase operations in Spain by foreigners, 40% were formalized in the province of Alicante. The climate and the hours of sunshine are a great attraction for some of the testimonials that the newspaper collects, as well as the variety of beach and mountain options that Alicante brings together. The article highlights that prices in Alicante are lower than in other Spanish cities such as Madrid and Barcelona.

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