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The Luberon’s hidden treasures

Gordes, Bonnieux, Ménerbes, Goult… Nestling at the heart of the Luberon, near Avignon’s TGV station, these charming, leafy addresses are very popular among foreigners looking for authentic Provençal residences, ideally built of stone…

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Megève, a legendary resort

An historic Alpine village which has succeeded in preserving its identity, traditions and authentic charm while developing tourist facilities of international quality, Megève, a member of the prestigious “Best Of The Alps” association, benefits from a magnificent setting at the heart of Le Pays du Mont Blanc,...

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Rising demand for Arcachon

An essential seaside resort on the Atlantic coast, Arcachon came into being in the 19th century in the land of Buch. It is comprised of seven neighbourhoods, four bearing the names of the seasons playing host to spectacular and picturesque villas built in the “Belle...

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Antibes, a serene property market

Ideally positioned between Nice and Cannes, Antibes is a flagship town on the Côte d’Azur. An address offering both charm, prestige, a seaside resort, museums, a cultural commune and an...

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The charm of Provence in the region around Aix

“Mas”, “bastides”, village houses built of stone… All residences embodying the dream of Provence for many buyers, both French and foreign, who see the countryside around Aix as the symbol of an authentic and well-preserved art of living.

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Hyères : stable prices and good momentum

In the early 20th century, this town known for its palm-trees was one of the favourite seaside resorts of many members of France’s middle class and intellectual elite. Magnificent Victorian residences surrounding the medieval town testify to this sumptuous past and endow Hyères with unique charm.

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Saint-Martin and Gare du Midi, highly-prized neighbou...

Inaugurated in 1912 in the centre of Biarritz, the Gare du Midi was transformed in 1990 into a Palais des Festivals bringing considerable liveliness to the neighbourhood. Offering lots of amenities, the quieter Saint-Martin on top of a hill was once the centre of Biarritz. Overview with two experts covering these...

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