To begin with, prices in general are quite reasonable in Andalucia - at least as compared to northern Europe. However, if real savings are your objective, it helps to have some local know-how in order to really cut costs on every corner.
The following pages offer advice gleaned from years of first-hand experience.
Everyone wants to live on Andalucia's sunny coasts and Spaniards flock to city centres, making both of these areas among the most expensive. However, the Spanish tendency to live tightly packed… More →
You can save money on education at all stages in Andalucia - even for adults and third-age students. Beginning with nursery, it is not hard to find municipally-subsidised care that might cost less… More →
Originally known as 100 peseta stores in pre-euro times, these offer a wide range of goods, from clothes and shoes to pet equipment, kitchen goods, stationery, DIY and fashion accessories. Often… More →