Valencia Expat Services

January 26, 2022 |
Laurence Lemoine - Valencia Expat Services

Laurence Lemoine

Valencia Expat Services is a trilingual relocation agency (English, French and Spanish) founded by French journalist Laurence Lemoine. Laurence has been an expat in numerous countries throughout a 20 year period. Having written 5 guide books, she is known as a journalist in Valencia for her news articles, television and radio shows and is the go-to person for newly arrived expat residents in the city. Laurence created Valencia Expat Services to apply her knowledge of Valencia, the local culture and her network of personal and professional contacts, including notaries, real estate agents, lawyers, tax specialists, accountants, and interpreters.

The relocation agency offers a plethora of highly tailored packages to best help your unique circumstances, from getting to know the city’s neighbourhoods to integrating into the local way of life or setting up a business – Valencia Expat Services go above and beyond to make sure you have everything you need to feel happy and settled in Valencia. 


Laurence also has relocation consultants in Madrid, Alicante, Barcelona, Benicassim, Javea and Marbella for moves further afield. 

What we like about them

  With over 20 years experience as an expat mother herself, Laurence understands fully all family relocation issues.
  Tailored packages to suit all needs.

In their own words

It is a very safe city and it is a reasonable size (little traffic, very low pollution, good food, beautiful beaches, friendly people and an interesting culture). And on top of this, the cost of living is medium low and there is a good educational and health system……. I would say that the most family-friendly neighbourhoods are the ones close to the ‘famous’ river Turia Park, the incredible garden of 8 kilometres long that crosses through the middle of the city; this park is multifunctional for all families. But in Valencia you never live far from the park, making most of Valencia a good neighbourhood to live in.” Laurence Lemoine


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