There are yet more houses for sale for 1 euro in 2021 in Italy, once again in the region of Sicily. 1 euro houses are now for sale in Calatafimi Segesta, a town in the province of Trapani where the famous Temple of Segesta is located.
Changing your life is possible and the Piedmont Region can help you do it. This is the motto of Italy's Piedmont Region where a new initiative has been launched, dedicated to those who want a slower rhythm and a life in harmony with nature.
Another municipality has been added to the already extensive list of towns offering houses for sale for 1 euro in Sicily. However, this time we're not talking about a small village with very few residents.
Tropea is a small Italian town on the east coast of Calabria which is attracting attention this year, after being named Italy's most beautiful village in 2021 in the "Borgo dei Borghi 2021" (Village of Villages 2021) competition. But is Tropea worth visiting? And what is Tropea known for?
The list of Italian towns and villages deciding to sell houses for the symbolic price of 1 euro is growing and, in several cases, these are also properties close to the sea. This is the case in the town of Romana in Sardinia.
In Abruzzo, half an hour from the ski resort of Roccaraso and the same distance from the coast of Pescara, lies Pratola Peligna. This small town in the province of L'Aquila is the latest village to advertise some of its houses for sale for 1 euro.
1 euro homes in Italy continue to steal headlines across the world and are becoming an increasingly popular option for both buyers and sellers. First things first, what is the 1 euro house scheme in Italy?
The world is taking cautious steps in a bid to get back to normal after the coronavirus pandemic, and with the arrival of vaccines, travelling will be possible for at least some people this summer 2021.