MARBELLA is officially home to Spain’s hottest – and priciest – properties.
A street in Puerto Banus has been crowned the ‘most expensive’ for luxury rentals in the country.
With home prices averaging at €26,667 a month, Calle Granados is head and shoulders more expensive to rent than anywhere else, according to Idealista.com.
This lush street in Puerto Banus runs along the water houses chalets.
Second in line is the Calle Monestir in the Pedralbes district of Barcelona, former home of the Infanta Cristina, where renters pay an average of a pocket-emptying €20,000 a month, followed by Barça’s Avenida Tibidabo at €14,732, and the Paseo de Los Lagos in the Madrid suburb Pozuelo de Alarcon at €13,855.
Ibiza closes out the list of Marbella, Barcelona and Madrid with the Avenida Juan Carlos I, which just squeaks by the list’s lower limit of €10,000 at €10,624.
- Pre-summer sales spike hit Spain in July - 11 Sep, 2015 @ 09:53
- Sherry makes a comeback in Jerez - 10 Sep, 2015 @ 09:49
- Andalucian mayor demands funds to preserve newly-discovered Roman ruins - 9 Sep, 2015 @ 10:00
- Malaga chef becomes only Andalucian Top Chef candidate - 5 Sep, 2015 @ 16:47
- Animal rights activists protest over whale treatment at Tenerife marine park - 4 Sep, 2015 @ 11:39
- Nerja councillor resigns after being ‘ignored’ by peers - 30 Aug, 2015 @ 11:02
- Spanish entrepreneur cracks historic WWII decryption - 30 Aug, 2015 @ 08:54
- World-famous ‘jackal’ literary agent heads to Spain - 29 Aug, 2015 @ 14:36
- Teenage mayoral candidate attacked outside her home for ‘fascist’ views - 29 Aug, 2015 @ 09:00
- Gay couple attacked at Almeria feria - 28 Aug, 2015 @ 15:29