Sardinia Italy Real Estate Report

In 2024, the average home price in the region of Sardinia, Italy, is $330,000, at a price per square foot of $165. By comparison, the national average cost to buy a house in Italy is $376,000, or $188 per square foot.

Real estate in Sardinia is sought-after by foreign and local buyers alike, and prices have changed by 4.3% compared to the previous year. Homes located in the most popular towns in Italy, frequented by tourists, tend to be more valuable, while living in remote or lesser-known locations is typically more affordable.

Here’s how Sardinia property prices compare to other regions of Italy:

Abruzzo $244,000
Basilicata $242,000
Calabria $186,000
Campania $330,000
Emilia-Romagna $374,000
Friuli-Venezia Giulia $298,000
Lazio $434,000
Liguria $510,000
Lombardia $440,000
Marche $314,000
Molise $184,000
Piemonte $258,000
Puglia $254,000
Sardinia $330,000
Sicilia $212,000
Toscana $476,000
Trentino-Alto Adige $600,000
Umbria $218,000
Valle d’Aosta/Vallée d’Aoste $528,000
Veneto $358,000

House prices in the cities and towns of Sardinia, in US dollars

The most expensive town to buy a house in Sardinia is Pula, where a 2,000 square foot home costs on average $562,000. That’s a price per square foot of $281.

The most affordable place in Sardinia to buy a house, of the locations analyzed, is Macomer, where you can purchase a 2,000 square foot home for as little as $130,000, or $65 per square foot, on average.

Real estate prices in Sardinia’s main cities and towns:

Alghero $530,000
Bosa $264,000
Cagliari $472,000
Capoterra $308,000
Castelsardo $362,000
Decimomannu $324,000
Macomer $130,000
Nuoro $224,000
Olmedo $276,000
Oristano $274,000
Orosei $398,000
Porto Torres $232,000
Posada $378,000
Pula $562,000
Quartu Sant’Elena $344,000
Quartucciu $324,000
Sassari $260,000
Sennori $130,000
Siniscola $352,000
Sorso $256,000
Stintino $510,000
Torpè $278,000
Valledoria $328,000
Viddalba $326,000

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Sardinia Italy property prices, in Euro

An average 200-square-meter house in Sardinia sells for around €322,400, or €1,612 per square meter. Property prices in Sardinia have changed by 4.3% compared to last year.

Of the locations analyzed, the priciest properties in Sardinia can be found in Pula, going for €550,400, on average, or €2,752 per square meter.

On the other hand, the cheapest house prices in Sardinia are in Macomer, where an average-sized home goes for €126,800. That is based on an average of €634 per square meter.

See how much it costs to buy property in other locations in Sardinia:

Alghero €518,800
Bosa €258,000
Cagliari €462,800
Capoterra €301,000
Castelsardo €354,000
Decimomannu €316,400
Macomer €127,600
Nuoro €219,000
Olmedo €270,400
Oristano €268,000
Orosei €390,000
Porto Torres €227,000
Posada €370,800
Pula €550,400
Quartu Sant’Elena €337,400
Quartucciu €317,800
Sassari €254,800
Sennori €126,800
Siniscola €345,200
Sorso €251,400
Stintino €500,000
Torpè €272,400
Valledoria €320,200
Viddalba €319,000

Home prices vary depending on the condition of the property, the size of the home, and, of course, the location. For example, apartments and homes located in historic town centers tend to be more expensive than in other areas of the town, partly because of their proximity to amenities and partly because of their higher rental value. Moreover, properties in need of extensive renovation are typically priced much lower than those that are in move-in condition.

Methodology:

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Home price data source: Idealista.it valid as of the date of this report
Original prices published in euros per square meter
Euros converted to U.S. dollars at an exchange rate valid as of the date of this report
Square meters converted to square feet
The average price of a 2,000 square foot home was calculated by multiplying the price per square foot in USD by 2,000
The average price of a 200 square meter home was calculated by multiplying the price per square meter in Euro by 200

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