FAQ’s

All the sites we operate are open all year.

Yes, unlike many parks in the uk you can use the home for 12 months of the year on the majority of our parks

There are so many parks in Spain that do not have a licence and that you will hear horror stories of homes being thrown off, electricity and other mains being stopped. Costa del paradise have visited many,but we will not entertain parks without any licence. We have seen many beautiful parks that many customers would of loved but we will only put clients onto a park that we know will be around for years.

Site fees vary on each park, to find out each ground rent please click onto the parks information.

The cost of electric is by meter but works out much cheaper than the UK. The gas is by gas bottle about £12 and this should last about a fortnight. Water and refuse collection is charged as per park details page.

Not at all, you can have your home on the parks for as long as you like provided the home is kept clean, tidy and all payments for rent etc are up to date.

No, basically the spanish tax is included in your rent. There are no other taxes to pay

The residential parks are 95% British residents,Holiday parks like Cabopino Park & Grand Plaza resort have a mixture of all nationalities.

Yes you can claim your pension if you move abroad. For up to date information please click onto the link below:

https://www.gov.uk/state-pension-if-you-retire-abroad

or up to date information on Healthcare please click onto the link below:
http://healthcareinspain.eu

For up to date information please click onto the link below:

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/living-in-spain

If you are buying a resale MOBILE HOME or PARK HOME and the completion date has been agreed we work towards that date.

Any deposits we take for a resale mobile home the deposit is held in a holding account and this is non refundable unless the seller baks out of the sale, then the deposit will be refunded.

Sites do vary o­n this topic and it is best to check this out prior to purchase. Some parks charge for visitors to your MOBILE HOME, however the aspect of letting out your home can still prove to be a profitable source of income towards your site costs.