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A Place In the Sun: When is the new series starting?

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New episodes are right around the corner (Picture: Channel 4)

A Place In The Sun is just weeks away from returning with brand new episodes with our much-loved property experts helping house-hunters find their dream home.

The hit Channel 4 series will see Laura Hamilton and the rest of the team head off to The Canary Islands, Spain, Portugal, Greece, and Cyprus in a bid to find the best homes.

The upcoming edition will also welcome presenter, Sara Damergi back to the show. For the past decade, Sara has been helping prospective buyers find their perfect abode both abroad and in the UK.

But when will the new episodes of A Place In The Sun start airing? We’ve got everything you need to know.

A Place In the Sun: When is the new series starting?

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The new series launches in just a few weeks (Picture: Channel 4)

A Place In The Sun will be returning with new episodes every day from Monday 6 September.

In the first episode of the new series, Danni Menzies is house hunting around the beautiful seaside town of Denia on Spain’s Costa Blanca with Alison and Brian.

The couple has been dreaming of buying a holiday home for years and has an ideal budget of £160,000 to find an apartment or house with plenty of outside space for them to relax and their two dogs to run around.

Danni has five fantastic options that she thinks could be perfect, but is she barking up the wrong tree?

Jasmine Harmen, Jean Johansson, Lee Juggurnauth, Scarlette Douglas, Ben Hilliman and Laura will also be returning.

A Place In The Sun returns on Monday 6 September on Channel 4.


Credit: Original article published here.

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