A NEW ‘top ten towns’ project is encouraging British residents to learn Spanish to integrate more effectively with their host country.
The project encompasses eleven towns with the highest concentration of British residents in the Valencia and Murcia regions to promote greater integration and improved access to services.
Torrevieja mayor Jose Manuel Dolon met British Ambassador Simon Manley and the British consul Sarah-Jane Morris to ask for more local political and embassy cooperation to ‘avoid complicated situations that occur in their daily lives’.
The top ten towns include Orihuela, Torrevieja, Rojales, San Fulgencio, Benidorm and Calpe.
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