The most expensive historic neighbourhood of the capital of the Gironde owes its name to its triangular shape whose high points consist of the Grand Théâtre, Place Gambetta and Place Tourny.
Much appreciated by many French and foreign fans wanting to treat themselves to a charming holiday home, the Alpilles offer a property market focusing on personal enjoyment at prices that have now become stable. Prized for their assets of charm and practicality, communes in the Vallée de l’Arc are, on the other...
In 2019, the future electric “tram’bus” will enable residents of Anglet to reach the centre of Biarritz easily and directly. A sizable argument boosting the appeal of this commune, already very enticing with its shoreline 4.5 km long, 11 beaches and a golf-course.
With its reputation as the world capital of skiing and mountaineering, Chamonix offers a vast array of possibilities for sport and leisure activities. A high-altitude resort at the heart of the Savoy-Mont Blanc region, Chamonix is comprised of 16 little villages from north to south, just 15 km from Switzerland.
Occupying the southern part of the hill of Super Cannes, the Californie neighbourhood lies east of the Festival City. Dotted with prestigious residences and luxury villas, this delightfully leafy address is an idyllic balcony surveying the Mediterranean.