Many people decide to relocate to Spain when they reach retirement age, to pass their golden years in a warm climate. Others buy a property to use for holidays or to let with the view to make it their permanent home when they retire. However, the remaining category of expats are of working age and will need to work for a living after making a move to Spain.
Trying to make a living as a foreigner in any country can be hard. You have the problem of the language, the difference in employer’s expectations, and possible cultural distinctions. Finding decent work in Spain is often challenging as jobs tend to be seasonal in many regions, and lower-paid compared to other European countries.
Another alternative is to start a business. Javea is a town with a large percentage of international residents, so foreigners looking to open a business in Javea have plenty of potential customers from their home countries, which makes life much easier when it comes to the language barrier.
We can advise you on buying or letting a bar, shop, restaurant or empty premises. Not all available commercial premises for sale or rent are advertised on our site, as many sellers prefer the transaction to be as private as possible.
Contact us if you are looking for a commercial property in Javea and we will do our best to assist you.