The ten most expensive ski resorts are all in the Alps. Megeve, where you can buy a property for an average price of 7497 euros per square meter, tops the ranking according to new data from MeilleursAgents.
Next week is the biggest week of the ski season as thousands of international and domestic skiers descend on the Alps. Following a slow start to the season, with late snowfalls, tour operators have been working hard to coin it in on their busiest week by offering low price deals.
For those visiting to look for ski property, the latest figures from MeilleursAgents may help them decide where and where not to look.
It’s worth remembering that the data is an average, taking into account the cheapest and most expensive properties. The type of new-build properties, which have the biggest demand from the international market always go for a premium, regardless of their location.
The first place went to the renowned resort of Megève, Haute-Savoie, where it costs 7497 euros per square meter on average for a house or apartment, virtually similar to prices in the French capital.
The other two stations that surpass 6,000 euros are Méribel (6617 euros) and La Clusaz (6127 euros).
At the bottom of this list and below the 5,000 euros per square meter threshold there is Tignes (4917 euros) and Avoriaz (4730 euros).
If you are looking to obtain a French mortgage for a ski property in France, be sure to check out the latest best buy rates, our handy mortgage calculator, or simply get in touch with one of our French mortgage experts.