If you fancy getting away from your desk and jetting off to work somewhere far from home, then Spain might be your next destination of choice.
With the rise of remote working, the country is planning to introduce a digital nomad visa that will allow you to stay and work for a maximum of 12 months. Startups may also be given tax incentives to encourage young entrepreneurs to make a move somewhere new.
A lack of job opportunities in rural Spain has left many small towns and villages with dwindling populations but these destinations, in particular, are more than ready to welcome remote workers.
Around 30 towns and villages across Spain have
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