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When we moved to Spain we had no idea how hard the water supply was. The map above shows a band of hard water spreading inland from the Med.

While Spain in the Winter is warmer than the UK temperatures do still drop below zero. The days are generally sunny but when the sun goes down evenings can be cold. So from November to March you will probably need to have some form of heating.

Fortunately, Spain consistently tops tables as far as healthy places to live. Did you know Spain has the highest life expectancy of all countries in Europe.

Keeping your pool sparkling clean doesn’t have to be as cumbersome as you might think. All pools are different, and so are their maintenance needs. However, they all share one commonality: The secret to pristine pool health is regular, routine care. If you choose to handle common problems like murky water or broken pumps on your own, make sure to always consult manufacturers’ manuals before fixing or using equipment.

Moving to a new country, away from what you have know, can be scary. Getting involved in the local community can be even more of a challenge. Here’s some tips you might find useful.

Spain is a wonderful country where strong family values are still evident. So when there is a public holiday families come together to celebrate.

Many of those holidays relate to Saints Days.

If you were lucky enough to be in Spain over New Year you will no doubt have had a great time as the country loves to party.

For those who have yet to experience a Spanish New Year, here’s a couple of the local traditions to give you a flavour of what you missed.