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Andalucia

Andalucia a complete holiday destination. People come for the sun and the beaches but Andalucia has much more to offer. Culture, natural beauty, health and wellness spas as well as golf, fun for all ages and of course snow.

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Inheritance Tax: Proposed exemptions in Andalucia

The PSOE lost its majority in Andlucia in the 2015 election. It currently retains power as a result of its coalition with Ciudadanos. In return for its support for the 2018 budget, Ciudadanos has forced the PSOE to accept a substantial change to the Impuesto sobre Sucesiones y Donaciones (ISD), Spain’s inheritance and gift tax.

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Jaén

Jaén is a province of southern Spain, in the eastern part of Andalusia and its capital is Jaén city.  Jaén province is the largest producer of olive oil in the world. It produces around 45% of all Spanish production and 20% of world’s production.

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Huelva

Huelva is an Andalucian province in the south west of Spain. The province’s capital, also called Huelva, is a city on the Gulf of Cádiz close to the Portugese border.

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Córdoba

Córdoba is an Andalucian province in the south of Spain. The province’s capital, also called Córdoba, has an amazing 16 arch Roman bridge spanning the Rio Guadalquivir which flows through the city. There is also a Mosque-Cathedral with arched pillars and frescoes and a medieval Calahorra Tower housing a history museum.

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Cádiz

Cádiz is a province in Andalucia in the south west of Spain. It is the southernmost part of the Spanish mainland and continental Europe. The province’s capital, also called Cádiz, is a city and port on the Atlantic coast, built on a peninsula almost completely surrounded by water.

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Almería

Almería is a province with a Mediterranean coastline in Andalucia in southern Spain. The provincial capital, also called Almería, is a popular holiday resort overlooked by the Alcazaba, a 10th century Moorish fortress housing beautiful gardens and a museum.  The province’s sparsely populated interior includes the Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural Park, the Sierra de los Filabres mountains and the Tabernas Desert.

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Nerja & Frigiliana

Nerja is a popular coastal resort town about 50 kilometres east of Málaga. Frigiliana is about seven kilometres north of Nerja and it is a typical white village (pueblo blanco).

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Granada

Granada is a province in Andalucia in the south of Spain. The province’s capital, also called Granada, is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, at the confluence of four rivers – Rio Beiro, Rio Darro, Rio Genil and Rio Monachil. It is about 2,400 foot above sea level and about an hour by car from the Mediterranean coast.

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Lobo Park Antequera

The Lobo Park in Antequera allows you to observe and understand the dynamics of a wolf pack – one of the most social and team-oriented animals on earth. Located in the heart of Andalucia in Spain and situated on approximately 400,000 m² of land for huge enclosures for the wolves, the park was founded by Daniel Weigend and Alexandra Stieber as a private initiative in 2002.

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Inheritance Tax Changes in Andalusia 2017

In August 2016, the Andalusia tax office published new regulations regarding inheritance tax in the province.  A review of the legal position provides more beneficial reliefs which come into force in January 2017.

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