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French Riviera villas
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Uniquely chic, the French Riviera is known for its golden beaches, elegant resorts and as a playground for the wealthy and famous.
We offer French Riviera villas overlooking the stunning Mediterranean Sea or surrounded by tranquil countryside, in lively seaside resorts or within walking distance of a mediaeval hilltop village.
The French Riviera – also known as the Cote d’Azur – has always attracted its fair share of visitors’ thanks mainly to the wonderfully mild to warm climate all year round. From the artists and writers of the 19th century to high society of the 20th century and now to holidaymakers from around the world coming to enjoy this beautiful stretch of coastline.Read more
The highlights include Monaco, Nice and St Tropez.
The city-sized principality of Monaco oozes opulence. The most celebrated area is Monte Carlo where you’ll find the famous casino, the Prince’s Palace as well the port full of large, incredibly expensive yachts.
Nice has been a popular tourist destination for 250 years. The construction of its famous seafront Promenade des Anglais, on the Bay of the Angels, began in the late 18th century as wealthy visitors from more northerly climes began to arrive, fleeing the winter weather back home. Just a stone’s throw away from here, the city’s Old Town houses a vast array of boutiques and restaurants.
The quayside of the old fishing village of St Tropez is now tightly packed with luxurious yachts and people ambling along the café lined Quai Jean Jaures people watching and hoping for a glimpse of someone famous.
So much to see and so much to do, you’ll never get bored when staying at one of our French Riviera villas!
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If you’re looking for French Riviera villas, why not take a look at our latest Travel Guide to the region.
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