Hi Poppy, it's a shame that I am still unable to post links yet as it sounds like you could really benefit from seeing some photos of the development/area/village if only to set your mind at rest. This is our first time buying abroad too so I was apprehensive too but the visit was rewarding. I met Anita, Matias and the developer, Lula and was shown around.Dear wonderob, many thanks for your reply. I have tried the facebook page, but i can't get it , that's probably down to me as i'm rubbish at facebook! I'll have to ask my son. I am very interested to know what the surounding area is like and how steep the stairs are down to madeiro beach, for those who hate heights. Did you buy through aspen woolf ? If so how do you find them ? It all looks lovely , but i still worry that everything will be o.k. It's the first time we've ever bought abroad, but it is exciting now it's getting near completion (i hope!). Thank you for your help. Kind regards poppy01.
I will keep trying to post the link to the facebook page - in the meantime you can try and email me directly and I will send you the link
Bought through Aspen Wolf - helpful at first but I haven't had much cause to keep in touch lately as any communication is usually done directly now.
The immediate surrounding area is sparse with just a single road going past the development leading to Pipa. It's about a 30 minute walk into Pipa. Seems very safe with not even a hint of any trouble.
About half way to Pipa is the nearest beach. There is quite a steep set of wooden steps leading to the beach which were being repaired. Not particularly easy if you don't like heights, but I didn't pay them much notice to be honest. The photos I took sound like they would be useful for you so please try and get in touch
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