Sadly it is still pretty expensive to do this process. So here are the options I know of and have tried and compared at some point a few of them.
The goal is to transfer Philippine Pesos into Euros in a Spanish bank account. Will set an example wanting 1000 euros to arrive at the destination.
Also known as Wise now. Owned I believe by Richard Branson, the creator of Virgin Enterprises.
Inside their web, there are 3 options to send money. But the only practical from the Philippines so far is to have them charge your debit or credit card. The other options are for sending from Europe to Europe or other countries.
The basic fee will be 31.42 euros for card charges. They charge your card in the Philippines and deposit it in your Spanish bank.
If you have your Philippine Paypal account connected with your bank account or credit card, you can transfer money to your Spanish Paypal account. You need 2 Paypal accounts for this, one in each country.
They have a conversion rate fee embedded when you input the amounts to send.
43.58 euros added after the currency conversion takes place.
Can send from a branch in the Philippines to a branch in Spain. Someone has to be in Spain to pick it up from the branch. It won’t go directly into your bank account.
62.73 euros in fees approx.
Bank International Wire Transfer
Sending directly from your Filipino bank an international money transfer to your Spanish bank.
Checking the BPI web page it says 600php + 0.60php every 200php. So more or less 900php only accourding to this. That is 15.12 eur.
To be sincere, I haven’t tried this direct transfer from BPI. So will check next time. Seems the most economical option. The advantage of Transferwise is that it can charge a credit card. But if you have the cash in your savings account, probably it will be best to try the bank to bank transfer of BPI.