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Is there a map available online or elsewhere that shows the regions in Spain and how they are zoned please ?
We recently caught a cold trying to buy a property only to find it was in a "protected" zone and we could do nothing with it if we owned it , would struggle to get re-connected utiiities and could not apply for an OCA permit for our horses.

TO avoid this again it would be good to know what zones are where, and what the classifications mean e.g. rustic ....

sorry for all the newbie questions, not planned emigration before !! :)
 

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goolzoom.es is a reasonably good start. It's a bit like google maps but it has some overlays on the left hand side.
If you zoom in on the property and choose one of the 'Catastro' options it will overlay the catastro map and it should show an outline of the property, what buildings are or are not registered to the catastro and if you click on it it will tell you the land classification ie: urban/rustic.

I spent a lot of time on this site before we even agreed to go see a property, it's highly recommended.
 

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goolzoom.es is a reasonably good start. It's a bit like google maps but it has some overlays on the left hand side.
If you zoom in on the property and choose one of the 'Catastro' options it will overlay the catastro map and it should show an outline of the property, what buildings are or are not registered to the catastro and if you click on it it will tell you the land classification ie: urban/rustic.

I spent a lot of time on this site before we even agreed to go see a property, it's highly recommended.
That's fantastic thank you very much
 

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goolzoom.es is a reasonably good start. It's a bit like google maps but it has some overlays on the left hand side.
If you zoom in on the property and choose one of the 'Catastro' options it will overlay the catastro map and it should show an outline of the property, what buildings are or are not registered to the catastro and if you click on it it will tell you the land classification ie: urban/rustic.

I spent a lot of time on this site before we even agreed to go see a property, it's highly recommended.
One other dozy question. ... what does "rustic" mean as a classification please?
 
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