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Relocating to and living in Spain means following in the footsteps of many families who have been drawn to the fantastic climate, welcoming family culture and great food. According to the Expat Insider report, Spain ranks 8 th out of 68 countries overall and 3 rd in terms of quality of life. Moving to Spain is seen as relatively trouble free, with people being friendly and welcoming and the language reasonably easy to learn. Living in Spain means choosing from a very wide variety of locations, from hillside villages on the ski slopes or in the wilds of the Spanish Pyrenees to the vast plains of the centre to the glitz and glamour of the Costa del Sol. The cosmopolitan Catalan capital of Barcelona offers the appeal of coastal living, while Madrid sits in the middle of the country, a long way from the beach but with its own character and irresistible reasons to start a new life in Spain. The verdant north coast provides yet another distinctive option for families relocating. Moving to Spain with the family is one of the key reasons to relocate.

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Living and Working in Spain Catherine Gaa. As an older millennial, summer camp, sports leagues and a part-time job in high school color my memories of growing up American, and they are also coloring the way I view child-rearing in Spain. I am mother to a two-year-old who can scroll though my phone and am expecting my second little boy this summer, so I fully expect to be plunged back into the strange world of teetering between two cultures when it comes to the Spanish way of life and raising children in Spain as an American. The differences between parenting in Spain and parenting in the US are stark, and it begins with the fact that Spaniards tend to begin their families later. The Spanish way of life and habits of Spanish parents continue to surprise many expat parents abroad.
The following is a list of information and advice we have gathered which may be useful to single parents, particularly for those who used to live in the UK. We have been given this information in good faith but regret we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Click on the question below to expand.