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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 Epoque” at the initiative of the Pereire...

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Caudéran, a town within the town

An old commune in the Gironde which became a fashionable neighbourhood of Bordeaux in 1965, Caudéran, known as the “Neuilly of Bordeaux”, lies to the west of the city, on the other side of the boulevards. With almost 45,000 residents, Caudéran is the largest and most...

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Pyla-sur-Mer, on-going success

Near the town of Arcachon, with which it shares the outskirts of the neighbourhoods of Les Abatilles and Le Moulleau, Pyla-sur-Mer is a highly-prized seaside resort facing Cap Ferret. Parisians and Bordelais are particularly fond of it.

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The very select “Golden Triangle” in Bordeaux

Bounded by the Cours Georges Clemenceau, the Cours de l’Intendance and the Allées de Tourny, Bordeaux’s Golden Triangle is the smartest neighbourhood in the city. Very airy, with wide streets and lots of trees, it appeals to a wealthy clientele and sometimes presents wide divergences in prices.

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