In Méribel, ski-in ski-out land with building permission has become a rarity, while the demand for high-end ski-in ski-out properties remains constant. This is further restricted by the urbanism plan in the village that is one of the strictest of the Three Valleys domain.
With a touristic capacity of 37,908 beds and with a growing number of tourists coming in winter every year and lots of activities in summer, the resort is a safe place to invest if you want to rent your property. A concierge service will be available in the building.
Located in the Three Valleys, the world-famous resort of Méribel is located in the centre of the ski domain. With more than 600km of interconnected slopes and 120km of cross-country skiing, the Three Valleys is the largest ski domain in the world. Composed of three main villages, Méribel has very strict rules in term of new construction, which maintains the authentic architecture and the tradition in the resort.
The resort of Méribel was founded in 1938 by British skier Peter Lindsay, when he visited the town of Les Allues. He imagined how the area would be perfect for a ski resort. The development of the area continued to create five villages. Les Allues (1,100m in altitude) is the original site of the Méribel resort. The village is filled with Savoyard chalets and refurbished barns along narrow streets. Méribel-Village sits at 1,400m in altitude and has been growing in size and importance since the 1990s.
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