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5 locations to find Spanish homes under €300,000

If you’ve got your eye on Spain but aren’t sure how far your money could go, you’ve come to the right place…

We’re here to help you find out what you can get with a budget of €300,000. According to a recent survey completed by Property Guides Spain, over 75% of people looking to buy property in Espagne have a budget of €300,000 or less.

So, if you’re interested in retiring to Spain, emigrating, or investing in property, here are five locations to set your sights on where you can bag your very own Spanish home for under €300,000.

Costa del Sol

3-bedroom apartment in Andalusia, €300,000

The Costa del Sol is loved by international buyers due to its Mediterranean climate, beautiful landscapes, sandy beaches and delicious food.

The property market in the Costa del Sol is extremely varied and there’s a lot on offer for those with a budget of €300,000 or less.

Villas are very popular. They usually have a decent sized plot and for a little more money, you’ll get a pool too.

There are lots of townhouses available in Malaga, typically a terraced house in an urban area. With this budget of €300,000, you can typically get a 3-bed townhouse in Malaga, like this one.

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2-bed villa in Almeria, €159,950

In Almeria, prices tend to be slightly cheaper than on the Costa del Sol, with two-bedroom properties (usually apartments or small villas) available for €150-200,000. However, if your budget stretches slightly further, a detached three-bedroom villa is easily available for €270-300,000.

This Almeria home is on the market for €159,950 and is just a short walk from the beach, in a tranquil location. The villa itself has two bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as a roof solarium and is a generous size.

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Costa Blanca South

3-bed villa in Valencia, €220,193

The Costa Blanca is immensely popular with second-home owners, especially the south, which is typically warmer than the north and boasts more sandy coasts. Plus, it’s within easy reach of Alicante airport. The entire coast attracts property interest from all over the world as it typically welcomes 320 sunny days a year, how do you like those odds?

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This home is a particularly good example of a Costa Blanca home that’s away from the coast, but evokes traditional Spanish beauty. Perfect for those looking to live somewhere away from the hustle and bustle of touristic towns, but just 30 minutes from the beach and airport.

If you’re interested in learning more about buying a holiday home in Spain, download Property Guides Spain’s free buying guide today. 

Costa Brava

Catalonia apartment, €166,500

The Costa Brava is on the Mediterranean coast of Spain and borders southern France. It benefits from the best of Spanish culture as well as proximity to the Pyrenees Mountain in glorious headlands.

Properties in the Costa Brava do vary in price and while there is a market for luxury homes, you can also bag yourself a bargain if you know where to look. Rental appeal in Costa Brava is strong all year round too, so there’s ample opportunity for those looking to make a buck or two with a holiday home purchase. Price-wise, apartments in hillside communities away from the coast go for as little as €80,000, while a three-bedroom detached villa goes for anywhere between €200,000-€500,000.

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Balearic Islands

3-bed duplex in Menorca, €290,714

While Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza are known for their reputation as party resorts, the Balearic Islands are among the best areas to buy in Spain. It’s easy to get to from the UK, the islands offer a beautiful climate and unique history.

Lower budgets are best suited to Mallorca, which offers properties of all sizes from €150,000.

Menorca is renowned for a slower pace and relaxed lifestyle. Its main sell is its gorgeous beaches, beautiful architecture and island appeal.

1-bed apartment, Ibiza, €290,714

Ibiza, also known as ‘The White Island’ attracts a myriad of international buyers. The most popular type of homes in Ibiza are fincas, modern villas and apartments. Fincas are often found in rural areas and come with a premium price, especially if it’s a traditional farmhouse you’re after. Apartments are available for less, due to the lack of land and outdoor space, while the modern villas exude luxury.

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