Legal Terms

In accordance with article 10 of Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, we inform you that GOSALAR 1991 S.L., hereinafter Fidalsa International Group, with N.I.F. B54799614 and domicile in Calle Doctor Jose Luis de la Vega, 2, Alicante, Spain (03015), is in charge of the management and operation of the website If you want to contact us, you can do so by postal mail, at the address above, on the phone 965 916 119, or through the email

Fidalsa International Group Data protection policy

Fidalsa International Group considers it essential to guarantee the protection of the personal data of its visitors, collected in order to provide a correct service to them. Therefore, in order to protect the privacy of all visitors, we highlight this Privacy Policy, committing ourselves to guarantee the legal requirements stipulated in the legislation and regulations that are applicable in the matter. Thus, in compliance with Organic Law 15/1999, on the Protection of Personal Data, Fidalsa International Group hereby informs:

Ownership Of The Files

Fidalsa International Group is the sole owner of the files to which the personal data of its visitors are incorporated, as well as responsible for the treatment of the same.

Collection And Treatment

The data collected are incorporated into automated files located in the premises of Fidalsa International Group, complying with the requirements of the current legislation applicable to the subject. This website includes hyperlinks (links) that allow the visitor to move to other pages. Fidalsa International Group assumes no responsibility as to the data protection policy that may have been adopted in them.

Communication And / Or Assignment Of Information

Fidalsa International Group does not give third parties the information of its visitors. Occasionally, you can receive some type of advertising through the periodic shipments that you make to your customers, always about services that we understand may be of interest to you. If you do not wish to receive this kind of communications please let us know.

Safety Measures

Fidalsa International Group has adopted the levels of security of protection of personal data legally required, and has installed all means and technical measures at its disposal to prevent loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorized access and theft thereof.

Rights Of Access, Rectification, Cancellation and Opposition

Visitors may contact Fidalsa International Group, as responsible for the files, in order to exercise their rights of access, cancellation, rectification and opposition to the data incorporated in the treatment. These rights have a very personal character, so that they can only be exercised by the interested party, or his legal representative, with proof of identity or, if appropriate, the adequacy of representation. The right of access shall be exercised on a yearly basis, unless there is a legitimate interest. When exercising the right of access, the interested party may choose the following systems of consultation of the file:

  • Sending an email to:
  • Written communication addressed to: 2 Doctor José Luis de la Vega St. 03015 Alicante, Spain
  • By telephone, at the following number: (+34) 965 916 119

The rights of rectification and cancellation can be exercised, according to the following provisions, provided that the collegiate considers that the data collected in our files are inaccurate, incomplete, inadequate or excessive. If this is the case, you may exercise them through any of the means previously provided. Fidalsa International Group will rectify or cancel within 10 days of receiving the request.

Use Of Cookies

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc., a Delaware company headquartered at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, United States ("Google"). Google Analytics uses "cookies", which are text files located on your computer, to help the website analyze the users use of the website. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) will be directly transmitted and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information on our behalf for the purpose of tracking its use on the website, compiling reports of its activity and providing other related services

Change of Regulations

Fidalsa International Group reserves the right to modify the present policy in order to adapt it to the new legislative or jurisprudential as well as those that could derive from existing codes in the matter or for corporate reasons. Such changes shall be communicated as far in advance as is necessary on our website, without prejudice to claiming the necessary consent of those affected when it is not considered granted in accordance with the terms of this policy.

Any doubts, questions or comments that you may have with reference to these regulations, you can consult it directing your communication about it to

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Sterling may climb in 2017, cutting cost of costa blanca property

15.06.2017 In this article I will tell you why the pound may rise against the euro in 2017, cutting your costs to buy a Costa Blanca property. Do you intend to buy a property on the Costa Blanca? If so, whether you've got your eye on a 5-bedroom chalet with a swimming pool in Suan Juan Playa for 1,590,000€, or a 550 m2 chalet with a terrace and a garage in San Juan de Alicante for 1,800,000€, you'll want the best exchange rate. After all, if the exchange rate is flying high, you'll receive more euros when you transfer money to your Spanish bank account, to buy your ideal Costa Blanca property! With this in mind, what's in store for the exchange rate in the 2nd half of 2017, and how might it benefit you? Well, let's see. 1. Sterling may strengthen, as the Tories pursue cross-party support. The good news is that sterling could well strengthen versus the common currency later this year, making buying a Costa Blanca property more affordable for you. The pound may strengthen, first because it's thought that, following the UK election, the Conservative government will be much more moderate. The Tories may be moderate, because they lost seats at last week's vote, meaning that the Conservatives now depend on other parties for support. In turn, this may oblige the Tories to pursue policies that all of Parliament agrees on, lifting the UK economy, and sterling too! 2. The euro could weaken, as the European Central Bank maintains its stimulus. What's more, the euro could lose out in the coming months, also making buying your dream Costa Blanca property less costly for you. Why? Well, because the European Central Bank (ECB) looks set to keep interest rates at 0.0%, while maintaining its huge monetary stimulus, for the foreseeable future. For instance, just last week ECB president Mario Draghi said that "a very substantial degree of monetary accommodation is still needed.” In turn, this could weigh down the common currency, benefiting you when you transfer money to Spain to buy a property on the Costa Blanca! 3. The euro could lose out, as Greece's debt crisis re-ignites. Moreover, the euro may also struggle, making buying a Costa Blanca property less costly for you, because Greece's debt crisis has re-emerged. For instance, just this week, Greek Economics Minister Dimitri Papadimitriou said that "Greece is being made a sacrificial lamb", and that German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is "dishonest". This is dragging down the euro, because if Greece struggles to reach a deal to reduce its massive debt load, it may be forced out of the euro. In turn, as the common currency drops, purchasing your ideal Costa Blanca property becomes cheaper for you! With all this in mind, sterling looks set to rise against the euro in 2017, making this the ideal time for you to buy a Costa Blanca property! By Peter Lavelle at foreign exchange broker Pure FX

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