Tourists Can Still Grab a Holiday Rental Bargain in Spain Despite 3% Rise from Costa del Sol to Costa Blanca

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Weekly holiday rentals are still affordable this year in the Canary Islands. Credit: Shutterstock

Spain’s holiday rentals on the coast from Costa del Sol to Costa Blanca remains affordable, despite the overall 3 per cent price rise as a result of the pandemic.

APARTMENTS or villas by the beach vary between €200 and €2,800 per week this year, depending on the location, according to property experts TecniTasa – a company which evaluates the rental rates of properties on the coastline. For those that want to grab a bargain of between €200 and €500, it’s worth considering Andalucia, says TecniTasa. An apartment in Granada’s Motril will cost around €350 or €425 in Almeria. In Valencia, you can find apartments for around €380 on Saler Beach or a frontline apartment in Moncofar in Castellón for around €400.

Another affordable option is the Canary Islands. Apartments in Las Canteras in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, or in Tenerife’s El Puerto de la Cruz, are priced around €275 a week. Apartments/houses near the beach areas of Lugo’s Burela or Vicedo will set you back between €200 and €500 per week. Similar priced accommodation can be found in Coruña’s Pontedeume and Asturias’ Tapia de Casariego coastal areas.

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The Balearic Islands, however, remains one of the most expensive destinations in Spain with prices of up to €2,800 a week, for example, for an apartment in Menorca’s Punta Prima. Apartments in the port of Ibiza cost around €2,200, or one in Mallorca’s Sa Rapita are priced up to €2,000 per week. Exclusive apartments in Marbella’s Puerto Banús on the Costa del Sol will set you back around €2,600 a week. However, slightly cheaper alternatives can be found in Sotogrande for around €1,500 a week or in Cadiz’s Puerto Sherry for around €1,300 for seven days.

In the north of Spain, in Pontevedra’s Sanxenxo an apartment on the beach in Portonovo will cost around €1,600 for seven days. Prices for apartments in the centre of San Sebastian hover around €1,375, or €1,500 for one in Hondarribia. Costa Blanca’s Alicante is the most expensive area in Valencia with apartment prices of around €1,500 in Benidorm’s Levante Beach. In Catalonia, Barcelona’s Sitges area will set you back around €1,400 for a week, or you can find slightly cheaper options for around €1,200 in Barcelona’s Casteldefells area.





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