Long Stay

Long-term apartment offers are those that are offered for long-term rentals, generally from six months or one year. In this type of accommodation we can find apartments, studios, shared apartments or houses, depending on the client’s needs and preferences.

Some Spanish cities that are ideal for living for a long time are Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Seville and Malaga, as they offer a good quality of life, a wide range of cultural and leisure activities, as well as job opportunities in various sectors.

For Europeans, the main requirement to stay in Spain long-term is to have a valid passport, while British citizens need a long-term visa or residence permit if they wish to stay for more than three months.

There are different types of visas that allow foreigners to reside in Spain for long periods, such as the student visa, the work visa, the non-lucrative residence visa (for those who do not wish to work in the country) and the residence card. community (for citizens of the European Union).

In summary, to live in Spain for a long time, it is necessary to meet the requirements established by the immigration authorities and have adequate accommodation, either through a long-term rental offer or by purchasing real estate.

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