Buying a property in the Dolomites

The jagged peaks of the Dolomites are renowned worldwide. Anyone with a property around these parts is considered highly privileged. Given the stunning terrain, the demand for real estate in the Dolomites region is understandably high, and supply is relatively limited.

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5-room apartment for sale Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

Inconspicuous jewel in the middle of the Dolomites
about 150 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 39038 San Candido, Italy

Conventional 2-room apartment for sale in a central location in San Candido
about 73 m2
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Penthouse for sale 39031 Bruneck, Italy

Luxury penthouse in the center of Brunico
about 238 m2
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3 room apartment for sale 39039 Niederdorf, Italy

Top floor apartment for sale in the greenest area of Niederdorf
about 69 m2
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3 room apartment for sale 39038 San Candido, Italy

Top floor apartment for sale in the most central location of San Candido
about 120 m2
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3 room apartment for sale 39038 San Candido, Italy

Spacious 3 room apartment for sale in the center of San Candido
about 92 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 39036 Badia, South Tyrol, Italy

Well maintained apartment for sale in Abbey
about 60 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 39038 San Candido, Italy

Two-room apartment for sale in the center of San Candido
about 57 m2
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3 room apartment for sale 39038 San Candido, Italy

3-room apartment with terrace in the center of San Candido for sale
about 73 m2
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shop for sale 39031 Bruneck, Italy

Business premises Brunico center for sale
about 0 m2
 

shop for sale 39031 Bruneck, Italy

Spacious business premises for sale in a central location
about 0 m2
 

hobby room for sale 39030 Olang, Italy

Studio for sale right next to the lifts
about 35 m2
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Dolomites Region

The Italian Dolomite region extends from the Pustertal Valley to the Valsugana, and from the Sextental Valley to Eisacktal Valley.

Stretching from the Gadertal, the Grödner Tal, Seiser Alm high plateau and the Schlern-Rosengarten National Park, to the Fassatal and Buchenstein, its best-known places of interest include Cortina d`Ampezzo, St. Ulrich, Arabba, Woleknstein, Corvara, San Martino di Castrozza and Canazei.

Tourism is the biggest local economic driver, followed by mountain farming and the production of handicrafts (mainly artistic woodworking and carving in Gröden).

In 2009, the Dolomites were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy international recognition. In summer, visitors from all over converge on these mountains to enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and mountaineering. Winter sports include classic or cross-country skiing, skating and snow touring.

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