This is the opinion of Marc Pritchard, sales and marketing manager at Taylor Wimpey de Espana, who explained some of the factors that make the country popular for property ownership include its weather, transport links to other European destinations and safety.
"At present, it is a good time to buy as long as the location of the property is good," he asserted.
Mr Pritchard revealed Brits are still some of the most active investors in Spanish real estate, with a high number of German buyers also entering the market.
Despite the bargains on offer for holiday homes in Spain, the majority of transactions concluded in June were for assets in urban locations, according to the latest figures from the Instituto Nacional de Estadistica.
The organisation revealed the volume of sales in the Spanish property market fell by 11.4 per cent year-on-year in June.