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Croatia Tops Affordability Chart for EU Arable Land

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The European Union’s 2022 data unveils a captivating snapshot of arable land prices, with Croatia emerging as the beacon of affordability for potential landowners. 

In a stark contrast, the tiny nation of Malta, grappling with its limited land resources, registers at the opposite end of the spectrum with prices reaching an average of €233,230 per hectare, underscoring the intense competition for land use beyond agriculture.

Diving deeper into the EU’s agricultural heartlands, the intricacies of land pricing become even more pronounced. The Netherlands showcases a wide economic range in its countryside, with arable land prices oscillating from €66,051 in the serene Friesland to €150,644 in the agriculturally rich Flevoland, with the country’s average standing at €85,431 per hectare.

Similarly, Greece presents a tapestry of price ranges influenced by geography and urbanization. From the affordable terrains of Dytiki Ellada at €6,290 to the premium lands of Attiki priced at €84,820, the national average rounds off at €13,571 per hectare, painting a vivid picture of the diverse valuation of agricultural land.

Spain’s narrative weaves through its varied landscapes, where arable land can be as accessible as €4,906 per hectare in Extremadura, stretching up to €83,299 in the scenic Canarias, setting the national average at €10,263 per hectare.

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In an unexpected revelation, Sweden’s northern regions, Övre Norrland and Mellersta Norrland, emerge as the hidden gems for arable land investment, offering the most competitive prices at €2,041 and €2,437 respectively, despite their challenging climates.

This comprehensive overview of arable land prices across the European Union not only highlights the economic dimensions of agricultural pursuits but also reflects the complex interplay between land availability, agricultural potential, and regional development pressures.

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