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A Unique Location to Own a Property

The Cote d'Azur has long been the choice of those seeking the azure waters of the Mediterranean, over 300 days of sunshine each year and of course a way of life that includes a love of great wine and food. 

Since the Victorian's made the French Riviera their chosen winter location, escaping the harsh British weather, the South of France has grown to become the chosen destination for international travellers. 

Nice - A stunning mix of the old town, celebrated museums and art collections and of course the new more modern tourist attractions, a stroll along the Promenade des Anglais will remind you of the rich heritage of the region 

Cannes - Home to many international events including the glittering Cannes Film Festival this vibrant town is centred around the internationally renowned La Croisette, the Palais des Festivals and of course the international designer boutiques. 

Mougins - This stunning perched village is the home of art and gastronomy. In the tiny spiral of streets you can enjoy internationally renowned cuisine and browse amongst the many art galleries offering an eclectic mix of art and sculpture. 

St Tropez - Since Brigitte Bardot made this tiny fishing village synonymous with glamour and elegance in the 1960's, the rich and famous have made St Tropez their chosen summer destination. From the beach clubs at Pampelonne to some of the most sumptuous villas to be found anywhere in the world this is the destination to see and to be seen. 

Villefranche sur Mer - A tiny fishing harbour, nestled between Nice and Monaco Villefranche waits to be discovered. Stroll through the cobbled streets, enjoy a chilled glass of rose on the harbour or simply indulge in some delish seafood at a port side restaurant. 

Monaco - This tiny Principality became a fairytale when a Hollywood actress married their prince. Grace Kelly added elegance and glamour to an already sophisticated destination. Not to forget the annual F1 Grand Prix when the streets are closed and Monaco resonates to the throaty sound of a racing engine. 

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