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Cannes is one of the most vibrant towns on the French Riviera and welcomes many thousands of visitors each year. Some visit for pleasure but many come to Cannes to attend the international events which take place throughout the year at the Palais des Festivals.
Mougins and the old village is the ideal choice for those seeking to buy a property on the French Riviera. Mougins sits in the hills above Cannes and here you will find several excellent golf courses and an International school. In the old village there is a host of gastronomic restaurants. Mougins is a more tranquil location than the vibrant towns of Cannes or Nice although all the sights and sounds of the French Riviera are within easy reach.
Antibes & Cap d'Antibes
Antibes is a bustling year round location and home to one of the largest and best equipped harbours in France. Until the mid 19th century the Cap d’Antibes was largely undeveloped and still a relatively rural part of the fast growing French Riviera metropolis. However with the arrival of European royal families and the British aristocracy the peninsular was soon home to some of the most sumptuous private villas and residences to be found in the region.
Marina Baie des Anges
Marina Baie des Anges is one of the most striking group of buildings to be found in Europe. The maritime style apartment complex is largely self countained and includes 600 boat berths, shops, restaurants, the beach and a large swimming pool. The resort is located between Cannes and Nice and only 15 minutes by car from Nice Cote d'Azur International Airport.
Nice is the capital city of the Provence Alpes Cote d’Azur region of France and is also home to the region's airport, giving visitors easy access throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia. Until 1860 the city was part of Italy and the Italian influences can still be seen in the architecture and the names of places to be found here. Today the city is a veritable mix of the old and new with buildings dating back hundreds of years and the state-of-the-art tram system passing through the centre of Nice. The city welcomes many thousands of international tourists each year and has an exciting programme of events throughout the year, including Nice Carnival which is held in February each year.
Biot is set in the hills above the bustling coast of the French Riviera. The medieval village retains much of its original charm and character and can be a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of the larger towns such as Cannes and Nice. The proximity of Biot to Valbonne and Sophia Antipolis make this a popular choice for those buying a permanent residence on the French Riviera.
Saint Jean Cap Ferrat
Saint Jean Cap Ferrat is the most exclusive location on the French Riviera and has long been home to a celebrated international community. This small peninsula houses some of the most luxurious properties to be found in the South of France and is the most sought after location for those seeking true tranquillity and privacy either for a holiday or for those buying a property here. Close proximity to Monaco.
St Tropez, made famous by Brigitte Bardot continues to welcome a stream of international visitors and those seeking to buy a property in the South of France. This small fishing village has lost none of its original Provencal charm whilst becoming a vibrant international venue throughout the summer months. The narrow pedestrian shopping streets are home to many designer shops and boutiques and St Tropez also offers a near unrivalled selection of restaurants, cafes and bars. Arriving by helicopter or private yacht during July and August is ‘de rigeur’ and also by far the most practical option for those seeking to avoid the congested roads in and out of St Tropez in high season.