To fill the tanks of our vehicles, it is increasingly necessary to look at the prices of fuels with a magnifying glass. Any penny counts, and to guide us we cannot always do it by the name of the station because, in fact, Gas stations called ‘Low Cost’ are not necessarily the cheapest in Spain. Do you want to know where the best prices are?
In this interactive graph you can see which are the cheapest gas stations that you have nearby:
Those who live on the islands – both the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands – are in luck. They, together with the inhabitants of Melilla and Ceuta, enjoy some of the cheapest gas stations in Spain, because they have a fuel tax different from the rest of Spain.
In fact, the cheapest gas station in Spain to fill the tank with Gasolina 95 Protección is in Santa Úrsula, in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, because it expends the liter of this fuel to 0.929 euros, according to data from the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism as of November 12, 2014.
On the peninsula, things are somewhat different. Thus, the cheapest gas stations to fill the tank with this fuel are in the province of Huesca, with a price of 1,184 euros per liter at three service stations in Binéfar, Fraga and Monzón.
If instead of this gasoline what we need in Diesel A, the prices, luckily, go down. Thus, Santa Cruz de Tenerife once again has the cheapest gas station (0.888 euros a liter in Arona), while, on the peninsula, this post is held by a station in Bujaraloz (Zaragoza) that, located on the Sastago Highway, exposes the liter to 1,093. After this, the Huelva-born Binéfar is located (at kilometer 133 of the N-240), which sells it for 1,094 euros.
As for the new Diesel A, the cheapest station on the peninsula is again in Zaragoza, although this time it is the one located at kilometer 70 of the Erla Highway, in Egea de los Caballeros, where this fuel sells for 1,140 a liter. After this, the second is located in Benifallet (Tarragona): the C-12 station in L’Eix de L’ebre sells the liter at 1,149 euros.
For those interested in knowing where is the cheapest station that sells biodiesel, they should know that this time the cheapest in all of Spain is in the Peninsula, specifically in Cordovilla (Navarra); Located in the La Morea neighborhood, it sells the liter for 1,130 euros.
For his part, The cheapest compressed gas in Spain can be found at two stations in Barcelona: one on Salvador Segui street in the town of Abrera, which sells it at 0.898; and another, which sells it at the same price, on the Mig highway, in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat.
WHAT ABOUT THE MOST FACES?
If it is important to know where to find the cheapest ‘food for our car’, it is also important to know where it is most expensive. The gas station located at kilometer 285 of the Carretera La Mojonera, in Roquetas de Mar (Almería), sells Gasolinera 95 de Protección at the highest price in Spain, since the liter comes out to 1,535 liters. It follows, with 1,511 euros a liter of this fuel, the one located in the Asturias airport.
This same station is the most expensive if it takes into account the price of Diesel A (1,451 euros per liter), followed by the one located in the Riu Clar Industrial Estate, in Tarragona, which sells this fuel for 1,420 euros.
The aforementioned Roquetas de Mar gas station is again the most expensive if you want to fill the tank with the new Diesel A, since this time you will have to pay 1,569 euros per liter. It follows, with 1,525 euros, the one located in the kilometer 24 of the AC-862, in San Ramón (A Coruña).
If the cheapest biodiesel stations were in the north of the Peninsula, the most expensive ones are located just to the south: Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz) and Écija (Seville) have the gas stations with a higher price. Thus, the one located at kilometer 25.5 of the A-2003 in Jérez de la Frontera sells the liter for 1,402; while the one on Avenida Genil de Écija has it at 1,400 euros.
For its part, the place where it would have to paying more for Compressed Gas is on Calle Dels Gremts in Valencia, where the liter is sold at 1,033 euros, compared to the 0,889 euros at the one in Abrera.
However, this is a small summary of the highest and lowest prices, but among them is a large number of service stations with prices that stay in the middle. The trick, as always, is to be vigilant, are you? Do you look at the prices or decide to go to the one closest to home?