Paros, Mykonos and Athens in the top list for revenue in the short-term rental market last year

Income from short-term rentals has risen sharply in Greece in 2022, with the largest increases recorded on the island of Paros, Argostoli in Kefalonia, Peraia near Thessaloniki, the Athens suburb of Glyfada, Pefkochori in Halkidiki and Athens as a whole. The largest annual increase was in Paros – 50%, where the gross annual income from the use of a two-bedroom property was €34,255. In Athens, growth in 2022 reached 37% compared to 2021, to €22,302. The average price per night during 2022 increased from 113 to 139 euros. This was influenced not only by a surge in demand, but also by price adjustments due to rising operating costs.

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