Costa del Sol tourist board offers new guide to tempt would-be ‘digital novices’ to the region 

Working from home is a practice that many of us have become much more familiar with over the last two years, due to circumstances that we may have never predicted beforehand. But the chance to help yourself to something from your own home fridge is far from the only potential benefit of home working; indeed, it may even inform where you choose to live or buy property. 

This is certainly something that a lot of people interested in buying property in Sotogrande have had reason to think about since the COVID-19 pandemic started. 

When you potentially have the option of earning a living on the highly luxurious and sun-drenched backdrop of this part of Andalucia, do you really need to keep on trudging to the office in the cold and drizzly UK, or whatever other unglamorous surroundings you may be based in at the moment? 

Inform yourself on your options for home-working-friendly property in Sotogrande 

As we previously wrote about in January, there are quite a few factors helping to make already sought-after property in Sotogrande even more attractive and relevant in the emerging age of the ‘digital nomad’. 

So, it seems only right to us that among the other ebooks Turismo Costa del Sol makes available to interested parties, one of them focuses on how great a destination it can be for such digital nomads. 

As the SUR in English website reported earlier in March, this guide has only just been published, and is available in English, Spanish, French, and German. Campaigns have also been launched on social media to spread awareness of the ebooks. 

In the words of Turismo Costa del Sol CEO Margarita del Cid: “Because of its climate, cultural heritage and lifestyle, the Costa del Sol is one of the favourite destinations for tourists from all over Europe. 

“Many of them nowadays have the chance to turn their preferred holiday destination into their new home, and that’s why we have launched an ebook detailing all the benefits of the area for those who work from home, with properties, coworking spaces, culture and leisure activities.” 

What should your next steps be? 

With other guides from the Turismo Costa del Sol website covering such subjects as golfing in the region, the locality’s attractiveness to families, and much more, it’s well worth checking out the full range if you are contemplating the purchase of property in Sotogrande. 

As for if you would appreciate help and guidance right now from trusted and experienced property specialists serving the Sotogrande area, you are always welcome to get in touch with the BM Sotogrande team! 

We can be reached via phone or email, or you could even visit our offices in person for a friendly and helpful chat. 

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