This is the cheapest beach area in Valencia to buy a house in 2024

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The good weather is coming and with each passing day we want to go to the beach. A luck enjoyed by people who live near the coast in Valencia, where interest in buying a house has multiplied in recent years. The climate, gastronomy and nature of the region are its main strengths compared to the competition from other Spanish autonomies.

According to the latest report published by the Idealista real estate portal on property prices homebuying In the month of March 2024, the average price per square meter in Valencia city stands at 2,400 euros, while the provincial figure drops to 1,431. Even for less than this amount you can find houses that are close to the beach.

The port of Sagunto, Gandía, Oliva or Piles These are some of the localities that offer apartments for sale below the provincial average, as reflected in the latest available price update. But, to the detriment of these municipalities, another coastal town emerges that is slightly above 1,000 euros/m2.

Is about Valldigna Tavernswhose average price per square meter according to Idealista is 1,054 eurosa figure that has barely changed compared to the previous year, unlike the rest of the Valencian towns that have experienced a notable increase in the value of properties.

Among the properties offered on the portal, you can find semi-detached houses from 8,000 euros, with the exception that they must be completely renovated to move into. However, there are also other habitable houses in good condition near the beach for prices. from 69,000with 88 square meters, terrace and 50 meters from the sea.

  • Valencia: €2,400/m2

  • Alboraya: €3,040/m2

  • Farnals Beach: €2,127/m2

  • Port of Sagunto: €1,358/m2

  • Canet d’En Berenguer: €2,015/m2

  • El Perelló: €1,629/m2

  • El Perellonet: €2,037/m2

  • Cullera: €1,719/m2

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  • El Saler: €2,394/m2

  • Valldigna Taverns: €1,054/m2

  • Gandía: €1,219/m2

  • Daimús: €1,678/m2

  • Guardamar: €1,872/m2

  • Miramar: €1,328/m2

  • Piles: €1,349/m2

  • Puig Beach: €2,852/m2

  • Olive: €1,267/m2

According to the Tourism website of the Valencian Community, in Tavernes de la Valldigna there is “a great combination of history, beach, landscapes and gastronomy with which to cook a stay as inspiring as it is experiential.

Beaches in Tavernes de la Valldigna

Among its best-known and most visited beaches are those of Tavernes and The Schoonerlinked by a canal and surrounded by orange groves and which, in addition, are prepared to facilitate bathing for people with reduced mobility.

On the other hand, in its urban center you can find monuments and historical places such as the Bolomor Cave, the Church of San Pedro Apóstol or the Tavernes Castle. Its most iconic festivals are those of the Santísimo de la Sangre and the Divine Aurora and the typical gastronomic options are esgarrat, arròs amb fessols i naps and for dessert its coca de mestall.

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