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Megève, elegance and tradition
Megève is a village and a mythical ski resort in the Alps, in the heart of the Mont Blanc massif. Once a holiday resort for the crowned heads, it is above all an authentic village, a symbol of the French art of living. Made up of narrow cobbled streets with medieval architecture, it is possible to get around on foot or in a horse-drawn carriage to contribute to the town's charm. The resort is situated at an altitude of around 1,100 metres, offering sumptuous views and access to 107 lifts, 219 runs and 647 snow guns. But it's a destination that comes alive in every season! In summer, the variety of activities on offer is not to be outdone.
Buying a second home in
Buying a property in Megève is a winning operation: both to benefit from a pied à terre for family stays and to make a profitable real estate operation by turning to rental property. The property market is both dynamic and very tight. This applies to both the transaction and rental markets. Buyers are all looking for comfort and easy access to amenities. The prices of properties for sale therefore depend on the location in the village and the proximity to the slopes. Prestige properties are also doing well. In the most sought-after areas, you can expect to pay between €12,000 and €22,000 per square metre for an individual chalet.
- 6 hours from Paris
- 2h from Lyon
- 4h30 from Marseille
- 1 hour from Geneva
- Sallanches-Combloux-Megève TGV station, 12 km from Megève
- Frequent bus service to Megeve
- 4h51 shortest journey from Paris
- Departure from Paris Gare de Lyon station
- Geneva International Airport 87 km from Megeve
- Grenoble airport 160 km from Megeve
activities to do in
- Snowshoeing in the snow, to take things at a slower pace
- Relax in the warmth of a spa
- Put on skates and enjoy the Palais des Sports' ice rink
- Taste an unmissable Savoyard fondue
- Take part in a moonlit dog sledding trip
- Enjoy the mountain streams, rivers and waterfalls on a canyoning adventure
- Introduction to biathlon with an introduction to cross-country skiing or skating and shooting
- Paragliding in front of Mont Blanc
- Fishing at Lake Javen in the summer months
- Learn or improve your golf game
Discover the good addresses
Gastronomic restaurant with three stars. Local products are sublimated for an exceptional meal in a peaceful place on the heights of Megève.
1775 Rte du Leutaz, 74120 Megève
This former farmhouse is the new must-see party place in Megève, offering local cuisine by Éric Frechon.
181 Rue Saint-François, 74120 Megève
Aux Délices de Megève
For a relaxing and gourmet break, this is the ideal tea room. Home-made bread and pastries.
290 Rte du Palais des Sports, 74120 Megève
The Farmers' Grocery
This temple of Alpine gastronomy features the best products from France, Savoy and Italy as well as a fine wine cellar.
28 Rue des 3 Pigeons, 74120 Megève
The different districts of Megève
- The center of Megeve The medieval town offers many atypical streets and squares. Nothing is better than a little stroll in its streets to discover its shops and its numerous restaurants. The center of Megève is only a few minutes away from the Rochebrune and Mont d'Arbois slopes. This area offers some opportunities to buy apartments close to all amenities.
- Rochebrune Located on the south side of Megeve, this shaded area offers proximity to the shops and the ski slopes. Indeed, the Rochebrune cable cars, the Grands Champs chairlifts and the Caboche gondolas allow easy access to the slopes. Rochebrune is therefore a good compromise when you want to invest in Megève.
- The Mont d'Arbois Located to the east, this area, which contains exceptional traditional chalets and allows easy access to the ski slopes, is one of the most popular in Megeve. Close to the golf course open from May to October and the heliport, the Mont d'Arbois offers a privileged geographical location and the promise of an incomparable lifestyle. It is not by chance that the de Rothschild family chose this area.
- Le Jaillet Located to the north, Le Jaillet is a residential area that is becoming increasingly popular due to its breathtaking view of Mont Blanc and its sunny location. This peaceful and incredible area is very popular with families and is therefore full of beautiful chalets with light wood. Served by the Jaillet gondola and the Prellet chairlift, mountain activities, both summer and winter, are in abundance!