Originally Posted by mrypg9
The Alhaurins are heavikly populated by British immigrants. A former resident once estimated that a third of the population is non-Spanish.
Seems we're back to that weary old chestnut of what constitutes a 'proper' Spanish town......
I'll correct you on that
Alhaurin El Grande is a very "typically" looking Spanish town, but is inhabited by mostly expats from northern europe (Brits), altho in recent years that has declined and a few Spanish gypsies. It does have some lovely villas around its outskirts. Alhaurin de la Torre, is a modern, clean and affluent town and is inhabited by mostly Spanish, with a few northern europeans (Brits, Norwegians, germans....) Its locally known as Malaga's bedroom cos its where a lot of the wealthy airport workers live