The website is divided into two sections.
- A list of useful topics to help guide you to the right advice and organisations
- A directory of useful organisations that can be searched by type of support and also narrowed to your local area
We currently have advice on over fifty topics that British nationals who are over 50 commonly need extra help and support on in Spain. Scroll down the list and consult the ones that most interest you. In some cases you may be directed to other external websites which could have more up-to-date or detailed information.
You may also be directed back to the directory for local or national organisations that can help on the particular subject you are reading about.
There are currently over 600 different addresses and contact details for organisations that provide support across the Costa del Sol, inland Malaga province and Almeria province. Coming soon: The Canaries and the rest of Andalucía.
You can search by type of support and also local town or village (town hall area).
Support required: In the search box scroll down the list of categories and add the one (or ones) that most interests you.
You can also leave this field blank if you wish.
Find who covers your area: We recommend you add in the place(s) where you live to see just organisations which cover your area, even if they are actually located in other nearby towns. Search for the town or village where you are. This keeps your search relevant to your area as Spain is a big place.
Important note: you must search for the district council area where you are. For example, if you live in Calahonda, which is run by Mijas Council, you should search Mijas, or if you live in Playa de las Amerícas you should search under Adeje or Arona.
Outside our current main coverage area (The Costa del Sol, Malaga province and Almeria province) you can enter a province name instead to see any suggestions of generic, national organisations or help services covering your area.
You can also search the directory by keyword and name of organisation instead
Click on each organisation that comes up on you search result for more information. You will see a general description and at the end contact details. Many organisations are charities and rely on the work of volunteers so their response time when you contact them may vary.
You can send comments and suggestions, plus ideas for updates to [email protected]
To find out more about the project click here.