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Alicante among the 10 best places in the world to live and work

Alicante among the 10 best places in the world to live and work


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Almost everyone dreams of living like a king in some heavenly place, but usually it is no more than that, a dream, because in most places it takes a lot of money to lead that lifestyle. But ... what if we told you that there is 10 cities around the world where you could enjoy a kingly life without much money? Well there are, two are in Spain and Alicante is one of them.

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This is what David Wolfe supports (4.5 million “likes” on Facebook), a lover of healthy eating who has traveled the earth for decades in search of the purest foods in the world and the main retreats of adventure and quality of life.

1. Alicante, Spain

Alicante, a beach city located in the center of the Costa Blanca, in the east of the country, has preserved its beauty and quality of life, and its inhabitants live with tranquility and simplicity. The city is famous for its wonderful climate, delicious food, exceptional leisure offerings, and a laid-back lifestyle. In addition, it has the calm waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city costs about 490 euros per month (price in the center or near the beach; looking for something not so central we can find apartments for less). In Jávea there is already a site with international prestige Sun & Co.

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2. Mendoza, Argentina

Mendoza is the most important city in the Cuyo region and one of the most beautiful in the country. It is located right in the heart of wine-growing Argentina and is famous for its Malbec wines and its proximity to Aconcagua. In addition, it has a strong and prosperous local economy, good for business. Renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city costs around 340 euros per month and buying it around 55,000 euros.

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3. Bali, Indonesia

Bali is a beautiful Asian city with a lively nightlife and a thriving tourist economy, where you can still live for very little money. And it is that renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city barely costs about 270 euros per month.

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4. Chiang Mai, Thailand

This mountain town has one of the best climates in Asia, as well as good food, great cultural wealth and amazing landscapes. And all this for a negligible price. It is also a quiet place, in which to escape the usual hustle and bustle of other cities; and its inhabitants are friendly people. Renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city costs about € 225 per month.

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5. Corozal, Belize

Corozal is the ideal place to live if we are looking for a quiet and relaxing place, free from any stress. The city has beautiful beaches and unique restaurants; and it is a place of reference for the practice of meditation and yoga. In addition, a one-bedroom apartment in Corozal is incredibly affordable: only about 170 euros per month.

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6. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

In Mexico there are many cities where we could live for a small price, but of all of them, Puerto Vallarta is the most affordable. In addition, the city is surrounded by beautiful landscapes. Its only drawback is its high tourism, being one of the romantic destinations par excellence. Renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city costs around 400 euros a month and we could buy it for around 49,400 euros.

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7. Ojén, Spain

Hidden in the hills of Marbella, Ojén is known for its great tranquility and beauty, thanks to its fantastic mountain views. In this city full of white-walled houses, it is possible to find houses that cost millions of euros, but also small apartments for a reasonable price and life in this city is really affordable. Renting a one-bedroom apartment only costs around 300 euros per month and it is possible to buy a traditional house for around 90,000 euros.

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8. Koh Samui, Thailand

With its palm tree-lined beaches, beautiful ocean views, and year-round tropical weather, on Koh Samui we can enjoy that ideal beach lifestyle that almost everyone dreams of. This city offers a calm and relaxed life in which to enjoy the water and the sunsets, but it also has a wide range of leisure and adventure with activities that range from dancing salsa, going on a zip line or renting a sailboat. Renting a two-bedroom apartment on Koh Samui costs about 550 euros per month.

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9. Goa, India

Goa is the smallest state in India and also one of the quietest. It is especially known for its fabulous sandy beaches, the friendliness of its people, and its laid-back lifestyle. Furthermore, its blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures has resulted in its own surprising and delicious cuisine. Renting a one-bedroom apartment barely costs around € 250 per month.

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10. Granada, Nicaragua

Granada is a colorful and lively city, with buildings painted in bold colors and clay roofs. Its streets are clean and it has large parks where you can stroll among beautiful flowers. The city is known as a romantic and adventure destination. It has three volcanic lagoons and is rich in agricultural land, in which many varieties of fruits, vegetables, spices and coffee can be grown. Additionally, Nicaragua is the safest country in Central America. Renting a one-bedroom apartment in Granada costs around 450 euros per month.

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