The slogan of sun and beach in Spain continues to attract foreigners to buy or rent a house in our country. So much so, that of the total number of visits to homes located on the Spanish coast, 19% correspond to foreigners, compared to 81% of nationals. The Germans are the most active foreigners in search of houses on the beach and mainly look at the Balearic Islands, while the Portuguese look more at municipalities in Huelva. We make an X-ray with idealistic data of how foreigners are distributed the houses in coast.

British, Germans, French and Americans are the foreigners who have made more visits to the houses on the coast for sale or rent during June, according to idealist/data.

In particular, the British are the foreigners most interested in buying a house on our coasts, being the predominant nationality in 193 coastal municipalities. They are followed by the Germans, the predominant nationality in 127 towns, and the French, who are in 54 coastal towns. The Americans, Dutch, Swiss, Italians and Swedes are also among the nationalities most interested in buying a house on the beach.

Thus, the British take over the foreign demand for housing in Muxia (La Coruña) and Rubite, a municipality of Granada. But really the areas that interest the British most are on the Costa del Sol, in the province of Malaga. And the most demanded municipalities are Estepona, Torremolinos, Marbella or Malaga city. The houses for sale in Ibiza are also of interest to the British, in municipalities such as Santa Eulalia del Río.

As for the Dutch, they have a predilection for Alicante. In fact, they are the predominant foreigners in municipalities such as Benissa, Jávea and Alicante.