Malaga is considered to be one of the cheapest areas in Spain.
A collaborative website that analyses users’ information confirms it.
If you find yourself ready for a change of environment but still do not know where to buy or rent a home, there are many alternatives you should take into consideration before choosing your future city or region and, certainly, the most important for the vast mayority is the economic aspect.
The cost of transportation, housing, education and taxes play a big role when considering a new place to live because those factors will be the biggest expenses in the long run.
Considering the above, we would like you to know about the most expensive and the cheapest cities to live in Spain, thanks to a study conducted by Numbeo , a collaborative website that gathers information provided by users and taken by official sources to create a big database, in which the cost of living in different cities has been studied.
This database only contains information comparing 8 Spanish cities, which are: Alicante, Barcelona, Madrid, Málaga, Palma de Mallorca, La Coruña, Sevilla and Valencia.
The most affordable are Malaga and Sevilla, placing Andalucia at the top of the most affordable regions in Spain. On the other hand, the most expensive cities are Palma de Mallorca, followed by Alicante, Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and La Coruña respectively.