If you've decided to move to Spain, determination, and patience is the key. The weather may be a huge attraction for the Spanish lifestyle but don't move for this reason alone. The sun is great when you're on holiday but if you need to work in it to survive, it's very different. Be prepared for a pace a lot slower than in Britain, things seem to take a little longer to get done over there. Trust me, living and working in Spain full time is not a holiday in any sense of the word.

Emigrating to Spain is a lot easier if you have a home to go to and a job waiting for you in Spain, although finding employment in Spain is relatively easy provided you have a skill and can prove you were trained in the UK.

If you are planning to house hunt after you have emigrated, there are plenty of very affordable places to rent, especially if you go out of season. Holiday villas are usually standing empty out of season and owners are willing to let them out for very generous rates just to have them occupied in quiet periods. When it comes to buying, Spanish relocation services are more than happy to deal with Expats and can usually find exactly what you're looking for a lot quicker than you could on your own.

Once you've taken the plunge and decided to go, here are some things to think about.

Decide which possessions you will take to Spain. The less you take, the cheaper the costs of the removal will be.

Obtain estimates for the move from at least three removal companies. Get quotes from companies from both ends.

once you've chosen a company to provide your removal to Spain, make sure you confirm the date at least twice and get written confirmation of the collection and delivery dates.
Moving to Spain means your goods are in transit for a long time. Make sure everything is boxed and wrapped safely and clearly labeled.

Make sure you have some cash for your journey and arrival in Spain removals.

Notify the DVLA, banks, building societies, etc... of your new contact details. Most banks will allow you to keep your bank account open with them even though you are out of the country.

Remember though, If you use a UK bank, you will have to pay UK taxes on any savings you have.
Check you have passports, travel tickets, car and insurance documents, and your Spanish NIE to hand. The last thing you want is to realize at the last minute that your passport is on its way to Spain in a box without you!

Author's Bio: 

Shishir Del Rio is a guest blogger, having his blogs published on various sites including Huff Post. He loves to watch documentary movies and travel across different countries to explore new places. Moreover, He is Google AdWords & Analytics certified partner having more than 9 year SEO & Digital marketing experience.)