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€1,15 is the price of Euro95 in the fuelstations in the Canary Islands, not in mainland Spain. This is due to the fact that fuel taxes (and taxes in general) are much lower in the Canary Islands than in the mainland. Fuel taxes are also lower in the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla where, according to the data provided by the Ministry, prices are around €1,25 and €1,20, respectively. The prices in the fuelstations in mainland Spain (which, obviously, are most of the fuelstations in Spain) are currently in the range of €1,40-€1,60, as shown by the data provided by the Ministry.
Well we have just come back from Spain, we found the northern part of Spain was the cheapest for fuel..San Sabastian, Irun..We paid 1.24 euros per litre...Madrid varied around the 1.39/ 1.41...The costa del sol was by far the most expensive 1.56..But the super market are still the cheapest...We have been back two weeks now...Thats as near to the real price I can give you guys...
The person who posted earlier in Spanish, but missing out the accents in English means "If there is but as you facilitate PDI distance so you can select the closest as well as the price and opening and closing times". As someone that travels to Romania and Bucharest quite a bit, the prices within Bucharest and environs fluctuate during the day. Not entirely sure, but imagine that on certain heavily used routes within the city at peak times they can get more. Quite interesting to watch the prices change, live on the laptop. I do not like parting with money, even though its a lot less than the UK