Gallura – Costa Smeralda is the favourite location for a Vacation Home both by Italian and International clients

Sardinia has always been one of the most sought-after destinations in the Mediterranean, and even in this period the Island is one of the main tourist destinations thanks to its wide spaces, low population density, superior quality of life, uncontaminated habitat and timeless natural beauty that characterizes it.

La Nuova Sardegna quoting a Study for the Sole24Ore in collaboration with the Institute of Real Estate Scenarios, reports that the touristic second home market, despite the suffering of the accommodation facilities in the summer period, confirms Sardinia as one of the preferred real estate markets for Italian and foreign investors.

Sardinia, first of all the Gallura – Costa Smeralda, even in a period of health emergency, is confirmed as the preferred destination for the purchase of a second home by Italians and foreigner investors.

The Gallura real estate market features a 40% of sales and the Costa Smeralda is at the top with Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo, which are at the fourth and sixth place in the ranking among the most sought-after Italian tourist resorts.

Gallura therefore confirms itself in the real estate market of second homes as the leader of the Mediterranean, the facts and numbers of the demand prove it.

The demand has profoundly changed in recent years: the trend of customers looking for real estate not only for the summer period but also for long off-season stays or retirement, or as an investment for the future is growing strongly.

The increasing request of pieds dans l’eau villas in Costa Smeralda, but also villas or apartments by the sea in Gallura or Stazzi in the countryside, shows how strong is the desire and this search for well-being, safety, health, mental wellness, contact with unspoiled nature and, last but not least, superior quality of life.

Source

La Nuova Sardegna

https://www.lanuovasardegna.it/olbia/cronaca/2020/10/27/news/maxi-ville-per-le-vacanze-gallura-a-prova-di-covid-1.39470619

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