Juan Carlos I moved his residence outside of Spain, specifically, to Abu Dabhi, where he is residing in one of the luxurious villas available on Nurai Island.
This island is privately owned and makes up one of the seven administrative divisions into which the country is divided, with little more than 40 hectares of territory.
Within it, you can find different luxury villas, as well as a 5-star hotel and private beach. The villas have patios, swimming pools and sea views, a completely exclusive place away from prying eyes.
This heavenly place, known as the Maldives of the Middle East, was recognized as the ‘World’s Most Luxurious Project’ by Newsweek, as Lonely Planet reports. Its quiet beaches, its sunsets and all the amenities it has make this a place where relaxation and luxury go hand in hand.
Specifically, the villa in which the king emeritus resides has a total of 1,050 square meters built, to which must be added a land of 4,150 square meters, a house valued at 11 million euros.
In fact, you only need to search for a view of the island through Google Maps. to discover all the charms it has, both inside and outside the villas.