Whether you live or plan to live in the South of France, St Tropez or Monaco, or if you are thinking about a second or first home there – we can help you.
We work closely with several local estate agents, mortgage and money transfer advisers. If the property needs any changes, refurbishment or building permission – we can help you. We can manage as much or as little of this process for you as you like.
We can put you in touch with tried and tested, good quality and excellent value contractors of all trades.
Your new property can be ready for your arrival, renovated, cleaned, with the fridge filled with a bottle of champagne to celebrate your arrival.
It all starts with a free meeting to discuss your needs or an email – whichever is easier.
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You can benefit from an amazing climate and lifestyle
The area that makes up what the French refer to as “le Midi”, is generally speaking the most popular tourist region in France, and needs little introduction. It consists of the French Mediterranean coastline and its hinterland, from the Italian to the Spanish borders, and is made up of two French regions, PACA or Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur to the east of the Rhone, and Languedoc Roussillon to the west of the Rhone.
. The coastal region is very busy in Summer, and travelling to the south of France by car on a summer Saturday can be a nightmare experience; but the region has masses to offer, in terms of climate, history, and landscape.
The French Riviera (“la Côte d’Azur”) is a small part of the south of France, the thin coastal strip from around Cassis (east of Marseille) in the west to the Italian border in the east. It is a coastline that gets very crowded in summer, though on account of the rocky coastline, there are still some quiet and peaceful spots to be found.
However much of the actual coast of the French Riviera is fairly heavily built up in many parts, and accommodation is expensive, particularly in the most famous resorts like St. Tropez, Cannes or Nice. The mountainous hinterland, on the other hand, the “Alpes de Haute Provence” the “Hautes Alpes” the “Alpes Maritimes”, is very attractive, with its small villages and towns, many of them perched precariously on hillsides or beside trickling rivers that become raging torrents in the springtime. The southern Alps are different from the northern Alps – drier, more rocky, and less crowded. Briançon, capital of the High Alps department, is the highest small city in Europe. And the Gorges du Verdon are the deepest in Europe.