Two Canarian urban destinations, the cheapest to spend the summer

The Gran Canarian palms. / hello canary islands

In the cheapest, in fact, the average cost amounts to about 888 euros, 39% cheaper than the national average (1,465 euros)

CANARY ISLANDS7 The Gran Canarian palms

Of three
cheapest cities to get out of
vacation this summer, two are in the Canary Islands. These are the capitals of the archipelago:
Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, which repeat, for the second consecutive year, as the two cheapest cities to spend the summer. Third place goes to Seville.

The capital of Tenerife leads this ranking with a
average spend of 888 euros, 39% cheaper than the national average (1,465 euros). It is followed by Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, with an average price of 983 euros, and Seville, with 1,128 euros.

At the other end of the scale, Cádiz (1,931 euros), Gijón (1,987 euros) and Palma de Mallorca (2,382 euros) are located, with a cost up to 63% above the average, which makes them the cities more expensive for summer.

Santa Cruz of Tenerife. /

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These data come from the 'Price Ranking of the most visited cities in Spain', prepared by Rastreator. This study also shows that traveling for a week in August costs an average of 1,464 euros, 24% more compared to the 2021 analysis (1,201) and 56% compared to 2020 (1,052 euros).

Accommodation is cheaper in Santa Cruz

The average cost of a stay of seven days and six nights in a 3-star hotel in Spain, during the first week of August, is 732 euros.

However, there are several cities that offer cheaper prices; the one that most is Santa Cruz de Tenerife with an average price of 344 euros, that is, about 57 euros per night. It is followed by Seville, with an average cost of 416 euros (69 euros/night) and Granada, with a price of 437 euros (73 euros/night).

On the other hand, Palma de Mallorca is the most expensive city to stay in, with an average cost of 1,562 euros (260 euros/night). Gijón is the second most expensive destination, with an average cost of 1,163 euros (194 euros/night) followed by Cádiz, with an average price of 1,096 euros (183 euros/night).

The Plaza of Spain in Seville.

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, the cheapest city to rent a car

The high demand for rental cars and the scarcity of new vehicles has caused a rise in prices compared to recent years. Despite this, there are cities that offer cheaper prices; the most, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, where renting a vehicle is 40% cheaper than the national average (422 euros).

Closely followed by Santa Cruz de Tenerife (285 euros) and A Coruña (298 euros), while Palma de Mallorca (505 euros), Almería (554 euros) and Cádiz (584 euros) are positioned as the most expensive destinations.

Cádiz, the cheapest for leisure and restaurants

Although Cádiz is among the three most expensive cities to travel to, the truth is that in the field of leisure and restoration the opposite occurs. In fact, the average cost of a dinner in the city center is 25 euros, 15% below the average. Having a beer and a coffee in a central neighborhood is also 38% cheaper than the average.

In this case, Barcelona once again positioned itself as the destination where dinner (37 euros) and coffee (3.73 euros) in a central neighborhood cost 26% and 44% above the average.

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