In the south of the Costa Brava, between Blanes and Vidreres, and in the region of La Selva, there is the coastal town of Lloret de Mar. With more than seven kilometers of coastline, Lloret de Mar is postulated as one of the destinations most important tourist of Catalonia.
The central nucleus of this millenary population of seafaring tradition is home to a heritage of incalculable value. The different cultures and villages that were established in Lloret de Mar have allowed today the municipality to boast remnants of Iberian villages, medieval castles, hermitages and gardens.
In 2020, the real estate market in Spain faces a key moment. After several years with rising prices and sales figures around 500,000 operations, this starting year could mean a continuation of the slowdown that already began to show in 2019, as indicated by the forecasts of the sector itself.
In this way, the purchase and sale of homes faces in 2020 a moderation or a slowdown in both their prices and the number of operations that are expected to close throughout the year, according to real estate experts and the forecasts that The main companies, portals and appraisers of the sector have been publishing.