The Principality of Monaco is surrounded by exclusive French towns and cities on the French Riviera, offering a wonderful lifestyle. Prices for these properties, located between land and sea, are particularly high. From Beausoleil to Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, Èze and La Turbie, these towns bordering Monaco attract tourists and investors looking to enjoy an exclusive lifestyle during the holiday season or throughout the year!
Focus on the South of France and the ultra-luxurious properties of the French Riviera! In addition to its landscapes, worthy of the greatest artists, its world-renowned festivals, romantic villages, exotic gardens and lighthouses, the region also enjoys amazing sunshine, attracting Parisians who are more accustomed to grey skies and gloom.
Thanks to their proximity to the rather eccentric Principality of Monaco, Cap d’Ail, Beausoleil, La Turbie, Èze and even Roquebrune-Cap-Martin are particularly attractive to purchasers looking for exceptional properties. An overview of the property market along this coastline.
Real estate in Beausoleil
Real estate in Cap d’Ail
Cap d’Ail, a town located between the sea and mountains, boasts a rich cultural heritage with some remarkable architecture, and is one of the region’s most beautiful headlands. The Villa des Camélias is an absolute must for visitors wishing to immerse themselves in the town’s history. Numerous celebrities have visited Cap d’Ail over the years, from Grace Kelly and Josephine Baker to Auguste Lumière and even Winston Churchill!
Prices are very high, averaging more than 8,500 euros/m2.
Real estate in La Turbie
La Turbie, famous for its Trophée d'Auguste monument built by the Romans before the common era, is an important regional town with a stunning view of the coastline. Its cobbled streets and medieval architecture provide a wonderful change of scenery for visitors seeking the authentic Riviera experience.
Prices here are fixed at around 6,000 Euro/m2.
Real estate in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin
Real estate in Èze