The Costa del Sol, Madrid and the island of Mallorca bring together the ten most expensive streets in Spain to buy a home . This is clear from a study carried out by the idealista real estate portal that crowns Sant Carles street in the municipality of Calvià (Mallorca) as the most expensive in the country. Specifically, the owners ask for an average of 7,043,750 euros for their properties.
The second most exclusive place in Spain is the Coto Zagaleta Urbanization, located in the Malaga town of Benahavís. This area of the Costa del Sol is close to the first place since it has an average price of 7,042,462 euros, a price higher than that of its neighbor Calle Mozart, in Marbella, which occupies third place with 5,932,489 euros.
Next is the Cascada de Camoján Urbanization, also in Marbella, whose owners ask for their exclusive homes an average of 5,444,000 euros . It is followed by two representatives of the Community of Madrid: the Paseo de los Lagos in Pozuelo de Alarcón, better known as “La Finca”, with an average of 5,248,039 euros and the Paseo del Conde de los Gaitanes, in the urbanization of La Moraleja, with 4,972,656 euros.
Completing the ranking -all above 4.5 million euros- Cañete street, in Marbella, where they ask for an average of 4,883,602 euros, Calle del Camino Ancho, in La Moraleja, where whoever wants to get one of the Its luxurious villas will pay 4,751,654 euros, the Sierra Blanca urbanization, in Marbella, with an average of 4,625,158 euros and, finally, the Vía Cornisa de Calvià with an average price of 4,608,732 euros.
Catalonia, the most expensive region
The study carried out by idealista is completed with the most exclusive streets of each of the 17 Spanish autonomous communities. In addition to the communities with streets in the top 10 positions, 5 more autonomies have addresses in which an average of one million euros is exceeded : Catalonia (4,194,667 euros), Valencian Community (3,080,409 euros), Canarias (2,810. 231 euros), Euskadi (1,474,200 euros) and Cantabria (1,321,333 euros).
On the contrary, the cheapest region is Castilla-La Mancha, where its most expensive street has an average price of 318,528 euros, followed by Extremadura (353,168 euros) and Navarra (467,813 euros).