Where should I live best in the Canary Islands, in which zones / places?



Of course, it is up to everyone to decide which places and zones to move to.
However, it should be clear to everyone that, for example, if one moves into the tourist areas, one usually has to pay correspondingly high rents, since tourist zones are known to be and are always a bit more expensive everywhere in the world than in the fringes.



And often one lives in tourist zones next to vacationers, where it can quite often be loud, especially with a lot of change of tourists.
Remember, holidays are different than living permanently.
Often, the tenants realize that they then enjoy a time between tourism then like the fringes, where it is often much quieter.

And of course the rents in the edge zones are usually cheaper, or you also have other advantages such as more square meters of living space.

And often the properties in the tourist areas have been built for the purpose of a short rental period, so rather something for a week or a few weeks.
So it is also to consider whether one would like to live as a permanent tenant in a tourist property.

Contacts in the neighborhood: would not it be nice if, instead of changing tourists in the neighborhood, you had neighbors who live permanently next to you?
... then the farewell is not so difficult if the tourist leaves after a short time ....

Therefore, the edge zones are often interesting for permanent tenants.

Of course you can argue that you prefer to stay at the beach promenade, or at the well-known shopping centers Jumbo or Cita, where you can walk.

But as a permanent tenant, do you really think you will be constantly on the beach or in the shopping centers in everyday life?

Also, the Randbewohner nearby like to go there, then take a taxi, or the bus, or you have now bought a car or bike.

In everyday life you like to shop outside the tourist zones, as there are often much cheaper prices,
and that also applies to further, as bars, restaurants, ect ...
Often emigrants say that they shop much cheaper in the fringes, sometimes drink a beer, ect .. but cheaper. That's fun, too.

This should help you to think about looking at other zones in the correct selection of rental property.

In the south of Gran Canaria, the temperatures are known to be more pleasant, since you do not have to freeze or heat even in winter, it works without.
If you move inland, or more in the northern part of the island, so you have to heat sometimes, or it can also be cloudy or rain more often.

The greener the environment is, the more likely it will be to rain occasionally.
The rents are unfortunately in the last 4 years in the southern part of Gran Canaria. Unfortunately, you no longer have the old rental rates, which we were used to for years.
But the locals have also realized that in other countries rents are rising, costs and taxes ect, ... and have unfortunately increased rents.

But you can still rent in certain areas relatively cheap, if you are flexible and it is not afraid, even 3 km or 5 km to the beach to drive, ect ...


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