SOUTHERN Spain has the sun, the beaches – and some of the country’s lowest property prices.
But northern city dwellers are being hit hard, a new report shows.
The study by comparison website Kelsito.es shows the average national property price for an 80sq metre flat is €131,000, but that figure rises to a whopping €328,080 in San Sebastián, and €269,520 in Barcelona.
In Jaen, a similar-sized apartment will set you back just €89,600.
Spanish renters pay on average €561.60 a month, rising to €940 in San Sebastian, and €970.40 in Barcelona.
The report, which looked at living costs in 50 provincial capitals plus Melilla and Ceuta, judged Caceres in Extremadura to be Spain’s cheapest city.
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