Buying a house in the mountains: the best Italian tourist destinations
Winter has arrived, and you can already feel the Christmas magic in the air. The winter resorts are packed with people, families or groups of friends who want to spend their time in serenity and fun.
But what are the best Italian tourist destinations?
And above all: where can you buy a house in Italy?
Let's start by saying that the beauty of the Italian peninsula is given by the presence of different climatic areas and particular geographical areas and unique.
The first step to take when you want to buy a property in the mountains is the choice according to your needs.
The smallest houses are the most requested also for large families, because the spaces are basically well built and exploited to the maximum at a structural level.
If you are a true mountain enthusiast, these are the places not to be missed.
Courmayeur is the most expensive but also the most in vogue.
Prices start from 10,000 euros per square meter, and in some cases exceed 15,000.
Despite the fact that very few people can afford such an apartment, the brick in Courmayeur does not seem to experience any moments of crisis.
Gressonay is a much more accessible location, exactly 1/3 of Courmayeur's prices. It starts from 4,000 euros per square meter but it all depends on the areas.
In line with the area, closer to the French border, we find La Thuile, ideal for hikers.
If you are fond of cycling, this resort is tailor-made for you!
Price ? 3,500 euros per square meter.
Moving to Piedmont, however, prices fall dramatically, but do not worry: the locations that arise in this region are really wonderful!
Between Val Susa and Val Chisone, we find Sestriere, famous for the ski slopes of the highest level where they are held the biggest and most important competitions in the world.
Here too, with 3,000 euros per square meter you can realize the house of your dreams.
Last but not least, with the possibility of buying an apartment at 2,500 euros per square meter we find Bardonecchia.
It is the area par excellence of the ''Torino Bene'', thanks to the presence of efficient connections with the capital of the region.
We hope that this short guide may have been useful to you, and we wish you good luck in finding your new home in the mountains!
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