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What's the ideal digital nomad places in Europe?

 

by @mrwhite | 5yr  | 22 comments

Hello.

I am looking for doing about one month of solid work; I have previously worked out of Chiang Mai and I am looking for something simlar:

  • Good coworking place
  • Cheap rent
  • Good food

But in ideally in Europe.

In other words: What are good digital nomading places in Europe? In particular something that is not too dark and cold this of time year.

โ€“ Christian

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@ezequielmass | 4yr

Hi All,
has someone been in Tallinn (Estonia)?, who can recommend where to find cheap places to rent (shared flats or entire flats even if they are small between 200 and 400 Euro/Month itโ€™s ok) or for staying like 2/3 months? It will be much appreciated!!

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@madelineb | 4yr

Hello! Iโ€™ve just arrived in Tallinn. Did you end up finding accomodation at this rate? How has your time in Tallinn been? Iโ€™m using AirBNB; my current accomodation is kinda expensive but the next booking is much cheaper, close to the rates you asked about. Madeline

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@ezequielmass | 4yr

Hi Madelaine!, yes, finally Iโ€™ve been there just one month in June. I found a place joining Accommodation in Tallinn group in Facebook and found a room for 250 EUR/month really well located 6 blocks from city center (Old Town). I really loved Estonia, it was such an amazing experience, Iโ€™ll definetly go back sometime!. Hope you can enjoy your time there, must be full of snow already!!

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@madelineb | 4yr

Hi! Thatโ€™s great! Glad you loved Estonia and your time there! Iโ€™ll look into that Facebook group if my next accomodation doesnโ€™t work out. Thankyou. It is definitely snowing! Good luck

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@essence | 5yr

I am home based in Sofia at the moment. Good coworking places, cheap rent and good food is around, tho a bit snowy this time of year. But if you love snow sports, plenty of options a short drive a way for the weekends. Ask me anything, if you are interested.

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@eduardo | 5yr

There is a new, vibrant DN community around Sun and Co., a coliving and coworking space in Jรกvea, Spain, in the Mediterranean Coast. I think Jรกvea satisfies all your requirements: it is inexpensive, good food, the weather is great (18 degrees Celsius just today) and it is authentic, you get in touch with locals. Take a look!

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@fussen | 4yr

Hi @edu - Weโ€™re looking for a Costa del Sol location (or within an hour of the southern Spanish coast) for most of Feb. I saw your mention of Javea & it looks pretty attractive. We like to be within walking of at least some services. Can you recommend any specific locations (or ones to avoid) in the area?
Thanks!

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@eduardo | 4yr

Hi @Fusse
I run a coliving space called www.Sun-and-co.com in Javea.
You can stay for a week or a month, and weโ€™ve got optical fiber (300up & 300down) + an awesome community of like-minded people.
If you need more info send an email to [email protected] :wink:
Weโ€™d love to see you in our house soon :slight_smile:
Thanks!

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

At least one member has their home base in Sofia. I donโ€™t remember Bulgarian food being remarkable though when I was thereโ€ฆ

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@bavals | 5yr

Has anyone considered Sofia (Bulgaria)? I think it meets the cheapness requirement, but I am not sure about food.

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

The food in Bulgaria is wonderful. And they make very good wine, too.

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Ooh, I second the Canaries - I arrived in Las Palmas yesterday and think Iโ€™m going to really enjoy it here (as long as I can find some accommodationโ€ฆ)

I was in Valencia this time last year and loved it, and I was in Malaga in November/December - opinion seems split on this but I really enjoyed it, mainly as I love art and it has loads of galleries, although it doesnโ€™t have a great nomad scene. But not a drop of rain in the 5 weeks I was there. Seville has a bit more going on but is inland obviously, though that wonโ€™t matter if youโ€™ve been in Chiang Mai. They are all cheaper than Barcelona, I think.

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@bolleinc | 5yr

when you say โ€œEuropeโ€ are you talking about EU countries exclusively, or youโ€™d consider non-EU countries of European continent?

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@mule5 | 5yr

If you donโ€™t need a co-working space and would get by with just a high speed connection from your own apartment, Iโ€™d recommend some of Southern Spainโ€™s resort offerings. They are usually vacant and very inexpensive deals can be found for January/February. I spent January of 2014 in Alhama de Murcia, at this resort http://www.condadodealhama.eu/eng_index.php in a two bedroom apartment with heat/water/utilities included for 400 Euro. It was great and vacant like a ghost town, since hardly anyone was there except a few snow birds from England and some full timers, we really had the place to ourselves. Local food was inexpensive, the grocery store on resort was marked up of course. But for 400 Euros a month, it was super nice. We couldnโ€™t swim since it was still cold, but very sunny and pleasant. Just as a comparison, the next month we stayed in an apartment in Valencia (way better connected with public transport, awesome metro and tons more to do night life and on foot), but that was 800 Euro for the month (utilities and high speed wifi included) and the accommodations were not as nice or that new. Both had full furnished, including linens and fitted kitchens. Would love to be in Spain now, but we are spending 3 months in Oregon, and it hasnโ€™t stopped raining since mid December. :frowning:

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@fussen | 4yr

Hi @mule5 - Where are you finding your accommodation? (We usually stay a month in each location & need fast & high speed internet.)
Thanks!

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@mule5 | 4yr

We use every possible app, service and website. :slight_smile: Youโ€™ve got to really hunt around, to find good deals.

In this instance, we found the property on Air B&B about 3 years ago, we stayed here before, then you can compare on VRBO, craigslist, habitaclia.com, airbnb, realestate long term rental sites, etcโ€ฆ

Our current apartment is in a resort, itโ€™s like a ghost town really. So many units unsold, and so many that are owned and empty. So you have tons of leverage on a furnished rental. We are paying 350 euros/month for everything EXCEPT electric. Since heat and everything uses electricity, we are projecting about 150 euros a month. So a total of ~$500/mo for a 3 bedroom furnished apartment is great. Internet is 10 mbps/2 mbps, so not great, but also not horrible. Itโ€™s enough to let the kids do their online schooling while I am still able to connect and get stuff done.

There are a number of resorts around Murcia with similar units on offer, search for the resorts like Covera, Condado de Alhama, etcโ€ฆ While you are there, you could spend 50k - 100k and pick up a unit yourself too. :wink:

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@fussen | 4yr

Thanks @mule5! Sounds like we have a similar MO. We tend to book pretty last minute (not always intentional :slight_smile: ) & weโ€™ve scored some pretty decent deals through aribnb & VRBO typically. Occasionally Wimdu & longtermlettings.com. Off-season of course really helps.

Your resort sounds like a steal! The speed is our minimum but ok. Is it reliable/consistent?

And how far are you from a decently-serviced town, and what services are open at your resort at this time of year?

Thanks again for the input.

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@mule5 | 4yr

@Fussen - Youโ€™re welcome. Yeah, we are very low key, and this place fits the bill perfectly. It got slightly busier during Xmas, but still 99% empty. They say in the summer it gets much busier, but I am not sure how busy, this resort canโ€™t be 50% sold. (I am only guessing, havenโ€™t been here during the summer) Also, itโ€™s mostly foreigners here, not many locals, but there are some weโ€™ve met. Most foreigners are from GB.

I am sure you could probably get a similarly priced unit even last minute, since there are so many. I think any lower in price, people would rather not go through the trouble of renting it. 3 years ago, we got the same 350 euro, but it was a 2 bedroom and included the electric.

The network is fairly good, stable mostly. Last visit, we never had any down time, this time, during some bad rain, it was down. We were told that itโ€™s RF, but I canโ€™t imagine that being really the case. All the units have the same sat TV and network. 10/2 isnโ€™t terrible, I have the lowest end fiber at home 50/15, but this is totally manageable, no issues so far even with the tons of connected devices 3 kids + 2 adults have. So weโ€™ve only had that one issue in the past 12 days.

They all have towns near by, like 5 - 8 minutes by car. Murcia is the capital of the region and is 35 minutes from either of those two resorts I mentioned. The Med is about 15 mins away. As for services, everything is pretty much open at the resort, even the pools, although itโ€™s too cold to dip in, the kids have tried before. Golf is open, club house cafe/rest., sports center, tennis courts, soccer pitch, convenient store/bakery, pizza, ice cream, restaurants, etcโ€ฆ

You definitely need to have a car though, since youโ€™ll want to rejoin the Spanish community at some point. :slight_smile:

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

The Canaries. They tick all of your boxes. Particularly Las Palmas. It has quite a few co-working offices. Rent and food are cheap. And itโ€™s never cold. Iโ€™ve been wearing shorts and sandals since I arrived in late November. And politically itโ€™s in Europe, although geographically itโ€™s much closer to Morocco.

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@codino | 5yr

Barcelona: Temp in January: 4-12 degrees at night , 12-19 during the day and mostly sunny

Sunrise on Jan 21: 8:12 am - Sunset: 17:43

min. 300โ‚ฌ for a shared apartment with all costs included - 700โ‚ฌ for your own short-term rent if its not high season and 8-12โ‚ฌ/mยฒ for long term rents

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@mrwhite | 5yr

Wrt. the weather my requests are 1) temperatures above 10 celsius, 2) sun rise before 10 am.

I have the idea that rents in Barcelona (or Tarifa for that matter) are fairly high? How much would 1 month amount?

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

Well, the final requirement will be a challenge. There are coworking spaces in Barcelona, tarifa, and split, Croatia. They might fit your requirements.

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