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Annecy and Le Grand-Bornand

Forty minutes apart, these two popular addresses in Upper Savoy embody the region’s lifestyle each in its own way. Between lake and mountains, the Venice of the Alps is home to over 50,000 residents....

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Lourmarin, Provençal elegance

Awarded the label “One of France’s most beautiful villages”, Lourmarin nestles between Avignon and Forcalquier, surrounded by vines, olive and almond trees. Lively in all four seasons, especially in summer, Lourmarin is one of the Luberon’s most highly acclaimed...

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Cannes, an international address

More than a third of the living accommodation in Cannes consists of holiday homes. Seen as one of the Côte d’Azur’s most desirable addresses, the Festival City can lay claim to many attributes, including a lifestyle of undeniable quality underscored by international status.

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Pyla-sur-Mer, an increasingly popular seaside resort

A seaside resort at the entrance to the Bassin d’Arcachon on the Atlantic coast, Pyla-sur-Mer is renowned for its gigantic sand dune, the highest in Europe. Houses here offer edifying architectural harmony, opening out to well-preserved natural horizons. A unique address…

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Hyères, a delightful place to live

Occupying some 32,100 acres of land at the edge of the Mediterranean, the commune of Hyères is one of the largest in France. Its rich and varied heritage offers all architectural styles and eras from the Middle Ages and the Old Regime to 20th-century Art Deco, Modernist...

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Centre of Bordeaux, a return to reason ?

After witnessing an unprecedented rise in prices in 2017, Bordeaux’s property market is gradually settling back down to its cruising speed. Still very appealing, the town centre is seen as an elitist market, typical of large historic cities, lively at both commercial and cultural level.

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Antibes, more stable prices

More discreet than Cannes though no less chic, Antibes is highly-prized by both an international clientele and the locally employed who appreciate its convenient location between Nice and Cannes, close to Sophia-Antipolis.

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