Four areas in the Costa del Sol are in Spain’s top 50 most expensive places to buy a house, according to a study of real estate portal Idealista

It is no surprise that Marbella has been identified as the most costly place for property buyers in Andalucia, and 9th overall in Spain. 

A square metre in this municipality comes out at €4,138.

This is an increase of over 14% if compared to a year ago, as it was around €3,558 in April 2022. 

Nerja, Estepona and Fuengirola have been ranked 30th, 31st and 32nd respectively. 

Estepona House Prices Property Stories Flickr Emilio
Estepona has been ranked as the 30th most expensive town to buy a house in Spain Photo by Emilio: Flickr

Those interested in acquiring property in these three towns face prices of €3,100, €2,993 and €2,936 per square metre. 

Another two Andalucian towns have made it into the Top 50. 

Conil in Cadiz was ranked 44th with house prices of €2,683/m2 and Malaga’s municipality Benalmadena 45th with houses around €2,679/m2. 

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