The Spanish real estate market is one of the most dynamic and heterogeneous in Europe and is highly valued by foreign investors, especially among non-EU investors. However, domestic buyers are beginning to gain strength after years of economic hardship and are now looking for opportunities that combine security and profitability. Farms and rustic or rural properties are a very interesting option for both professional investors and those looking for a second home or a space for recreation.
When we speak of farms or fincas, it is normal to think of an extension of land totally uninhabited and of no use other than agricultural exploitation. This view is rather superficial, since the rustic properties offer a wide range of possibilities. Firstly, the agricultural activity itself is one of the most obvious commercial orientations, especially in those cases where the farms have already been used for this purpose. This way, we will benefit from an infrastructure already created for this purpose.
The next phase in order of importance would be tourism. It is a category that is divided into multiple subgroups, given the growing diversification of the sector. On the one hand, estates with heritage properties such as stately homes, mansions or old monasteries or convents are ideal as charming hotels or cottages. Inland tourism seems to go into its particular golden age and taking its positions right now with a bright future.