Which is the Cheapest of The Canary Islands?

The time has come to plan your holidays to these sunny Islands, and the question arises: Which one is the cheapest Canary Island to travel to?
Well, actually, the key here, is that the price difference between one island and another is not so significant
for this matter to be the key factor when choosing your holiday destination.
Traveling to the Canary Islands is not expensive at all, in fact, the Canary Islands are the Spanish coastal region with the cheapest prices during the month of August. In addition to this, 95% of its tourist attractions are free: paradisiacal beaches, natural pools, spectacular hiking trails, and the cutest charming towns are some of the Zero cost options that you cannot miss, therefore, your trip can be as expensive or as cheap as you want it to be.
However, there are some slight variations in prices, and the ones you might notice a bit more in your pockets are:

Petrol: In La Gomera and El Hierro petrol can be 30-40% more expensive than the rest of the islands.
Tourist Attractions: Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote have a few more paid attractions such as theme parks, water activities or leisure alternatives.
High Season: In the most touristic islands such as Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, the prices of accommodation and flights can vary much more depending on the season, while on the smaller islands the rates tend to be more stable.

Between the two capitals of the archipelago, the cheapest is the city of Santa Cruz, where holiday rentals cost
an average of €79 in August and €73 in September. Spending your holidays in the city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a bit more expensive, €96 on average per night in August and €87 in September.
By island, the most expensive is Lanzarote, with an average price of €150 in August and €123 in September. It is also the one with a greater oscillation in price between the high and low season.
Gran Canaria is the second most expensive island, with a very similar average price between August (€111) and September (€110). It is followed by Fuerteventura (€102), Tenerife (€98), La Palma (€77) and La Gomera (€70).
It should be noted that, in the Canary Islands, although in the month of August the price is slightly higher than in
September, the summer months are not the peak season on the islands, which receive more visitors at other times of the year specially the winter months.
Resuming, and as we mentioned at the beginning of this article, all the Canary Islands have very similar prices, therefore, let your taste guide you in the decision of which Island to visit, since, they are all very different, and each one has its own beauty and particular charm.
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