Property Prices in the Costa del Sol

From the peaceful Casares and quaint traditional Spanish towns and villages like Benahavis and Mijas to the plush pads of Marbella, the Costa del Sol offers something for everyone, whether you’re after a traditional and laid-back Spanish lifestyle or some glitz and glamour.

Understandably, property prices in the Costa del Sol vary significantly depending on where you’re buying. While you can snap up an affordable apartment in Fuengirola or Mijas for as little as €85,000, a penthouse apartment in Marbella or Estepona is likely to set you back at least a million!

Casares – Costa del Sol

Generally speaking, property in the Costa del Sol is on the pricier side compared to the other Costas, but it offers great investment opportunities with 2-bedroom villas fetching up to €2,000 per week in peak season in some parts of the region.

Check out our guide below on what you can expect to pay for different types of properties in some of the Costa del Sol’s top destinations!*

 

Property Style / Location1-bedroom apartments2/3-bedroom apartments2/3-bedroom townhouses2-bedroom villas3-bedroom villas
Marbella

Famous as a party place for the rich and famous, Marbella is awash with five-star hotels, luxury apartments and super yachts.
€120,000 – €650,000

Average: €300,000 – €350,000
€120,000 – €3,000,000

Average:
€350,000 –€400,000
€170,000 –€3,000,000

Average:
€400,000 – €450,000
€200,000 – €2,500,000

Average:
€450,000 –€600,000
€650,000 – €3,000,000

Average:
€900,000 – €1,000,000
Fuengirola

Once a small fishing village it is now a vibrant Andalusian town with plenty of great restaurants, up-market tapa bars and chic boutiques, as well as fabulous beaches.
€90,000 – €400,000

Average:
€160,000 – €180,000
€100,000 – €850,000

Average:
€275,000 -€300,000
€175,000 – €370,000

Average: €200,000 –€250,000
€200,000 – €450,000

Average:
€280,000 –€300,000
€320,000 – €700,000

Average: €380,000 – €420,000
Mijas

Nestled in the mountainside, this stunning village has managed to retain its traditional feel and way of life despite being popular with tourists.
€85,000 €300,000

Average:
€135,000 – €150,000
€110,000 – €650,000

Average:
€245,000 – €260,000
€130,000 – €550,000

Average:
€185,000 –€220,000
€190,000 – €675,000

Average:
€260,000 – €290,000
€300,000 – €1,500,000

Average:
€395,000 – €445,000
Torremolinos

Just a short distance from Malaga airport Torremolinos is in a prime position. This attractive resort is known for its sandy beaches and nightlife.
€95,000 – €450,000

Average:
€150,000 – €185,000
€120,000 – €660,000

Average: €250,000 – €300,000
€230,000 – €550,000

Average: €250,000 – €300,000
€200,000 – €650,000

Average: €350,000 – €400,000
€250,000 – €680,000

Average: €400,000 – €450,000
Benalmádena

Situated between the towns of Torremolinos and Fuengirola, Benalmádena is easy to get by air, train or bus. It’s beautiful beaches, fabulous restaurants and stunning marina are just some of the reasons it’s a popular choice for tourists.
€95,000 – €400,000

Average: €155,000 – €180,000
€120,000 – €750,000

Average: €240,000 – €265,000
€165,000 – €800,000

Average:
€240,000 – €280,000
€200,000 – €650,000

Average: €240,000 – €280,000
€250,000 – €1,000,000

Average:
€270,000 – €320,000
Casares

This enchanting white village is simply stunning. Casares offer peace and tranquillity, away from the hustle and bustle of the nearby tourist favourites.
€65,000 – €450,000

Average: €130,000 – €160,000
€75,000 – €900,000

Average: €205,000 – €235,000
€85,000 – €675,000

Average: €200,000 – €250,000
€130,000 – €600,000

Average: €280,000 – €320,000
€140,000 – €1,000,000

Average: €300,000 –€350,000
Estepona

This coastal town is full of charm and character. While it’s got all the amenities, you’d expect of a popular tourist destination it has retained its traditional feel, especially in the old town, which is peppered with vibrant flower pots.
€90,000 – €650,000

Average: €160,000 – €185,000
€95,000 – €1,000,000

Average: €225,000 – €265,000
€100,000 – €1,500,000

Average: €250,000 – €300,000
€180,000 – €1,000,000

Average: €350,000 –€400,000
€220,000 – €1,800,000

Average:
€380,000 – €430,000

 

*Lowest prices generally indicate properties that are not in prime locations and/or in need of renovation. Highest prices are typically indicative of high-end, luxury and new-build properties in prime locations.

The above chart is designed to be helpful tool to give a rough guide to property prices in various areas in the Costa del Sol, but there are of course always exceptions to the rule!

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Article published: May 15, 2019