- Luxury properties in Cap d’Ail
The city of Cap d’Ail takes advantage of an exceptional geographic situation. Indeed, this city is located about 40 minutes from the international airport of Nice and about 30 minutes from the Italian border. Moreover it is also adjoining the Principality of Monaco. Thanks to this proximity, the inhabitants can enjoy all what is offered by the city (casino, luxury boutiques, grand prix…). Thanks to that, the city of Cap-d’Ail became a coveted place for international elite.
The city of Cap-d’Ail is made up of steep cliffs. Some of cliffs overlook the city and the Principality of Monaco with panoramic views. Moreover, the city offers beautiful beaches known all around the world like the “Mala” beach. So Cap d’Ail is an idyllic spot.
The city is attractive for its breath-taking landscapes and quality beaches like the “Mala” beach. Its proximity with the Principality of Monaco makes this location unique. The inhabitants can choose between the calm of the city of Cap d’Ail and the hustle and bustle of Monaco and Nice.
The harbour of Cap-d’Ail is adjacent tp a Monaco residential neighbourhood and port named Fontvieille. This international harbour hosts luxurious yachts (until 60 metres), which create sumptuous landscapes where wonderful yachts are moored side by side. Besides, the inhabitants of Cap-d’Ail can benefit from the heliport of Monaco. The latter connects Monaco to the city of Nice in a few minutes.
Consequently sumptuous villas, usually inspired by the Belle Epoque, flourish across the city. Some of them are located directly on the waterfront and draw the attention of a high-end clientele. But the interest in this city is not new. Indeed some celebrities have already lived in Cap-d’Ail like the Lumière brothers, the Prince of Wales or even the Swedish actress Greta Garbo.
This prestigious past has contributed to create a place where luxury and prestige are everywhere. More recently the city of Cap-d’Ail is visited by an international clientele wishing to acquire sumptuous villas.