The most expensive street in the Canary Islands is in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, as published by the Idealista website last August. You have to travel to the island of Tenerife to find the route with the highest price in the entire Archipelago.
In the country as a whole, Andalusia, the Balearic Islands and Madrid concentrate the ten most expensive streets to live in Spain, with homes ranging from 6.22 million euros to 9.95 million. The most exclusive street in Spain is located in the Malaga municipality of Benahavís and covers the entire Coto Zagaleta urbanization. In this location, the houses cost, on average, 9.95 million euros.
The second place is occupied by Sant Carles street, in Calviá (Majorca), where the average price is 9.45 million eurosfollowed by Calle del Camino del Sur, in the urbanization of La Moraleja, in Madrid, where homes cost an average of 8.43 million euros.
Benahavís, Calviá and La Moraleja are repeated several times in this ranking, in which Andratx (Mallorca) also appears, in eighth position, with an average of 6.68 million euros per home on Pagell street. In ninth place is Calle Binicaubell (Palma), with houses worth an average of 6.55 million euros, and in tenth place, Paseo de los Lagos, in ‘La Finca’, in the Madrid municipality of Pozuelo de Alarcón, where a home can cost, on average, 6.22 million euros.
Idealista’s study also includes the most exclusive streets by autonomous communities. The cheapest region is Castilla-La Mancha, where its most expensive street is Avenida de España, in Albacete, with an average price of 339,423 euros. In Extremadura, the highest prices are on Calle Pantano de Puerto Peña, in Badajoz, with average prices of 464,177 euros, while in La Rioja, the most expensive street is in Logroño, on Avenida de La Rioja, with homes of 485,143 euros on average.
The real estate portal highlights that six communities exceed an average of one million euros: Catalonia (4.7 million euros), Valencian Community (3.4 million), Canary Islands (3.32 million), Euskadi (1.75 million), Galicia (1.61 million) and Cantabria (1.39 million ).