According to data from the latest Easter Spending Zoom by the Cetelem Observatory, published last Friday, this figure was also below the national average, which was 330 euros.
Thus, 25% of consumers surveyed said they had spent more during this holiday period, which represents a significant increase compared to the previous year, when the percentage was 6.3%.
However, the highest percentage is among those who claim to have spent less, with 41.7% of responses, compared to 31.3% in 2022.
Meanwhile, with respect to those who have spent the same amount, the percentage drops to 33.3%, compared to 62.5% in 2022; and furthermore, of the 41.7% of Canarians who claim to have spent less, 80% say that it was as a result of inflation.
Most of the Canarians surveyed have taken advantage of Easter to rest and meet up with friends. This was stated by 47.2% of them, compared with 53.8% the previous year.
Finally, the next most popular activities were going out to restaurants (38.9%) and shopping (30.6%).