Valle d’Aosta is a northern region of Italy, the smallest and the least populated. It contains the Europe’s tallest mountain, the wonderful “Monte Bianco
” (4810 meters) , and a wide national park, the “Gran Paradiso
” (Big Heaven Park). This park is the first Italian national park and covers over than 1300 square miles.
The tourist market in this region is mostly an high level tourism
, in fact the requested properties in Valle d'Aosta for sale have to be double room flats, with garden, garage, terrace, fireplace and a prestigious furniture. Courmayer is the principal town
in the property market of the region, as it is an heaven for all winter sport fans and a wonderful holiday resort for VIPs.
As a matter of fact, nowadays Valle d'Aosta is one of the most prestigious centre for winter sport
, such as in Cervinia and Courmayer. Living there can be really simple, because in the mountains everything is safe, quite and beautiful, and you can admire nature as you’ve never done.
What it Offers
Whether a vacation home or permanent dwelling is what you seek, the Valle d’Aosta region in Italy may be the right spot for you. It may not be known internationally as well as some other areas in Italy; however, to locals who call it home, it is divine. Valle d’Aosta is a mountain area which offers summer and winter skiing
as well as relaxing and hiking. The fresh spring air from the region enhances the enjoyment of any activity – climbing, rafting, chilling and more. Italy is more than just the sea. Come stay on the mountain side of the country and see what it has to offer.
Festivals and Castles
Anywhere you begin your adventure you will experience culture, cuisine, natural wonders and local lore to savour. Castles to explore and pilgrim trails to walk, Roman ruins and museum sites abound for the curious. Throughout the year, festivals add a touch of historical local culture.
Valle d’Aosta is now home to the “Eighth Wonder of the World”, which is Skyway Monte Bianco
that has recently been inaugurated. This cable car ride goes up Mount Blanc (Monte Bianco in Italian). Its cars rotate a full 360 degrees so that you can experience every possible viewpoint of the mountains and area from up in the air. Depending where you wish to start on Mount Blanc, there are three stations for ascending and descending: Punta Helbronner is at 3466 m; Pavilion du Mont Fréty is at 2200 m, and Pontal d’Entreves is at 1300 m which are situated halfway between Italy and France. For those who are unable to walk up the mountain (hikers are discouraged to go long distances) ; this offers a perfect alternative for seeing it. The Valle d’Aosta region is home to several alpine peaks, including the Cervino, Mount Blanc, Monte Rosa and Gran Paradiso.
Property Market Trends
Requests for properties in Valle d'Aosta have increased in 2017 by 69.01%. The requests have increased also in the years before 2017, in 2016 there was a +61.32% and in 2015 +74%. The 68.8% is searching a detached property while the 31.2%is looking for an apartment. The most part of the potential buyers comes from United Kingdom, France, Sweden, Belgium and USA.