When we consider investing our money, doubts always arise about the safety or profitability of such an operation. And if we think about the difficult times that we are having to live through, these doubts become even more important.
First, the value of the environment. And it is that this is an area with a very high demand, known and appreciated by both national and international public and, consequently, properties lose little value in times of crisis. What’s more, in good times, they are rising values.
We must not forget that we have a unique climate and beaches with the highest rating (blue flag) for their facilities and cleanliness. And, of course, an ever-increasing gastronomic offer, with a high number of Michelin-starred.
An area open to tourism, which blends its seafaring roots with its historical past
The attraction for its beaches and natural environment began to be popular in the 60s, and its current validity is thanks to the maintenance and improvements that have been carried out, contributing to increase its tourist attraction.
The activation and recovery of the old town has been promoted, making it a place to spend unforgettable evenings, with magical walks, or visiting its museums and restaurants.It has been known to maintain traditions, which allows tourists who visit us to learn about our history, our customs and our festivals.
That combination of tradition with modernity, the picturesque old town with modern urbanizations, traditional seafood cuisine with modern avant-garde restaurants and, in short, the trace of millenary civilizations with current and comfortable infrastructures.
(360º view from the website http://www.tbyszio.com/ after author’s consent)