Buying a property in Meran & Environs

Whether you’re buying a holiday home, a retirement destination or making a secure investment: Meran and its environs has long been a magnet for both local and foreign buyers. Its illustrious history, cultural diversity, high standard of living and mild climate all contribute to Meran’s reputation as a prestige destination in South Tyrol.

Currently available properties in Meran

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2-room apartment for sale 39012 Merano Italy

Two renovated apartments for sale in a very quiet location in Merano Untermais
about 100 m2
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5-room apartment for sale 39012 Merano Italy

Spacious 5-room apartment for sale in Merano near the center
about 168 m2
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4 room appartment for sale 39014 Burgstall Italy

New sunny 4-room apartment on the last floor with garden and two carports in a quiet location in Burgstall for sale
about 72.29 m2
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4 room appartment for sale 39014 Burgstall Italy

New, spacious 4-room apartment with garden and two carports in a quiet location in Burgstall for sale
about 94.7 m2
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1-bedroom apartment for sale 39012 Merano Italy

Perfect investment - refurbished one-room apartment for sale in the heart of Merano
about 43.8 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 39012 Merano Italy

Two-room apartment in a central location in Merano as an investment
about 60 m2
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1-bedroom apartment for sale 39012 Merano Italy

Large studio apartment in a central location in Merano as an investment
about 57 m2
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Meran and Environs

The region around Meran brings together the municipal district of Burggrafenamt and the communities of the Schnalstal Valley. Totalling 26 municipalities, the provincial district of Meran has a population of around 100,000 and is South Tyrol’s second largest urban centre. A highway joins Meran to the north-south A22 Brenner motorway.

Other towns in the Meran district include Naturns, Schenna, Lana, Dorf Tirol and Nals. The nearby Passeiertal, Schnalstal and Ultental valleys also form part of the broader Meran holiday region.

Although tourism plays an important role in the local economy, it also has a significant industrial and commercial sector. After the regional capital, Bozen, Meran is the second largest employer in South Tyrol.

Thanks to its mild climate and surrounding mountainous terrain, Meran is relatively populous, with a rich cultural life contributing to an upmarket lifestyle.

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