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Uzès, a must address in Le Gard

In 2008, the charming town of Uzès was awarded the “Town of Art and History” label. A well-deserved title, given the rich heritage it continues to maintain, for the greater enjoyment of its visitors and residents.


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The Giens peninsula and Sanary-sur-Mer

With a pleasant micro-climate rarely posting winter temperatures below 10°, the Giens peninsula is a protected part of Hyères. Between Bandol and Six-Fours-les-Plages, Sanary-sur-Mer has long been a popular seaside resort.


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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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Biarritz, a sellers’ market

Biarritz’s property market has not flinched for months. This must address in the Basque country is in very high demand, and its exemplary dynamism rubs off on neighbouring markets.


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Annecy, between lake and mountains

The main town in the département of Haute-Savoie, Annecy lies on the banks of the lake that bears its name, not far from the Aravis mountain chain, 50 km north of Chambéry and 40 km south of Geneva.


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Aix, a multifaceted market

The appeal of the historic capital of Provence is constantly growing. Investors, retirees, foreign clients, local families, first-time buyers…, all in search of their ideal property. Agencies thus tend to specialize and fine-tune their targets in order to cater as...


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Saint-Jean-de-Luz, in constant demand

Since the late 19th century, Saint-Jean-de-Luz has continued to win the hearts of all its visitors. Occupying a coastal strip 7.5 km long near the border with Spain, this commune of timeless charm is symbolized by its superb bay.