Welcome to Van Dam Estates
Are you thinking of buying, selling or renting a (holiday) home in the south of Spain? Are you looking for an experienced and service-oriented estate agent who can assist you with this? Then Van Dam Estates is an international estate agent you can rely on to provide professional support throughout the entire process. We have a multilingual team who speaks your language.
What does Van Dam Estates have to offer you?
We are a real estate agent and are affiliated with the GIPE trade association, a member of the international real estate federation FIABCI and registered as an official tourist rental company with the Ministry of Tourism of the Generalitat Valenciana (EGVT).
All-round knowledge and active support:
In addition to the purchase of your property, we can also take care of renting, property management and maintenance.
A huge network on the Spanish real estate market:
We have a wide range of new-build properties, existing properties (resales) and plots for the private development of your own dream property.
A pleasant, personal collaboration:
Our team will work closely with you to ensure that we understand your specific needs and working together we will assist you to realise your Spanish dream property. Over the years this has given us a friendly and reliable reputation.Call us back Contact us via WhatsApp
Our working area
Since 2003 we have specialised in real estate on the Spanish Costa Blanca, Costa Cálida and Costa Almería. Our Spanish office is located in San Pedro del Pinatar which is next to the Mar Menor.
We publish weekly short stories to give you important, funny, interesting and inspiring information about the oh so versatile life on our Costas. Read our latest BLOG here.
Roman theater is the jewel of Cartagena
In Cartagena's rich history, much of which can still be found in the city, the Roman Theater is seen as the undisputed pearl. Built between 5 and 1 BC by Emperor Augustus, the theater is strangely enough a landmark that the city has only recently been able to show off. The importance of the theater from an archaeological point of view is about as great as the bizarre way in which it was discovered in 1988. During work on the ruins of the Santa Maria la Vieja church, people accidentally stumbled upon the more than 2000 year old theater.