Horses for courses. I'm sure it'll be fine. I didnt go there much, but its close to Alhaurin El Grande which has a fair few expats - but of course thats the trouble with Spain right now, alot are going back cos of the crisisThanks for your reply :s doesn't sound promising. Did actually look at few in alhaurin de la torre but houses weren't right. Hoping can't be worse where we live now.....although lovely little Spanish village feel like I'm in a retirement home and a decent meal out would be a plus. Was hoping there would be more opportunity to do more things and meet new people over that side. Anyhoo removals are booked and deposit paid eek!!! fingers crossed all will be ok
We went there once when we were looking for a place to live.I used to live fairly close to Coin (Alhaurin de la Torre), I went there once for a meal - in a chinese, it was ok, "nothing to write home about" as they say. not the most inspiring town, it does have the shopping centre, "La Trocha", which holds a car boot type thing in its carpark on a sunday morning. It used to be very "British", but due to the crisis, many British have left. I'm not sure what its alike nowadays???
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