We offer the Best Rates for Expat Insurance policies for the residents of Cadiz, Spain
Whatever type of insurance you are looking for, you are guaranteed the best rates and the best service with The Insurance Centre in Spain.
We are specialist expat insurance providers and offer very competitive rates to local expats living in Cadiz.
Our staff are here to ensure every aspect of your insurance needs are met, from highly competitive quotations, though to offering the best policies available on the insurance market today.
The Insurance Centre offers a dedicated 24hr multi-lingual customer helpline, fully comprehensive policies and flexible cover options, all at highly competitive rates.
If you are an expat living in Cadiz, get an online insurance quote today.
We won’t be beaten on price!
Why choose The Insurance Centre?
Language can often be a barrier, but with The Insurance Centre you don’t need to worry as we offer a multi-lingual customer helpline for Spanish, English, French and Swedish.
You can feel reassured that as an Award Winning Insurance Company, who have won awards in customer service and for the provision of expatriate insurance services in Spain for the last 10 years running, you will receive the very best service at all times.
Our staff are fully qualified and trained to evaluate the correct policy for your needs. They are here to ensure every aspect of your Insurance needs are met, from highly competitive quotations through to offering the best policies on the Insurance market today.
The company is fully registered with the Direccion General de Seguro (DGS) and with the Colegio de Mediadores.
We pride ourselves on providing a personalised service to all our customers and offering one of the widest policy ranges available to the expatriate market from luxury boats to personal possessions.
We encourage our all clients to take advantage of our continuous offers, such as multi-policy discounts and our free will writing service when taking out a funeral insurance policy.
The No.1 Expat Insurance Provider in Spain
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