ALMERIA City is one of the Spanish locations with the lowest room rental prices.
Interest in renting rooms throughout Spain has risen by 12 per cent in the first six months of 2015, to 16,449,121, compared to the same period last year, according to website Idealista.
Despite this, prices have only risen by 0.2 per cent to an average of €280. In Madrid and Barcelona, where interest has risen the most, prices have also increased, by three per cent and 1.5 per cent respectively.
The prices have risen the most in Burgos and Valencia, by 4.6 per cent and four per cent respectively. Meanwhile in Oviedo, it is now six per cent cheaper to get a room than it was last year.
San Sebastian has the highest prices in Spain, at €346, followed by Barcelona and Madrid €344 and €339 respectively. Meanwhile, the cheapest are Albacete (€170 per month) and Almeria is amongst the cheapest at €178 on average.
The tenants are mainly 30 years old on average, living in the centre of large cities, non-smokers and have no pets.