- Luxury real estate Eze : properties, apartments
Eze is a small picturesque village perched at 400 meters above the sea and located at a 15 minutes drive from Monaco and a 30 minutes drive from Nice International Airport. This exceptional situation allows the inhabitants to enjoy the calm offered by the village while they are still close to two animated cities: Nice and Monaco. Indeed, this small provençal village charms visitors by its calm and its unique Mediterranean landscapes. The narrowness of the streets fascinates these same visitors, who like to take the vaulted passages of the city to discover behind magnificent treed plots that offer a little freshness. From the village the view is beautiful. On one side we observe the ruins of the medieval castle with its two towers protecting the entrance to the city. On the other, absolutely splendid panoramic views from Saint-Tropez to Monaco.
Located on the height of Eze, the exotic Garden of Eze is a very attractive spot for the richness of its plants and the beauty of its surroundings. Eze is the highest village nestled above the sea, the panorama is beautiful and allows visitors to enjoy a view at 360°.
Further down, by taking the Frédéric Nietzsche Trail, the town of Eze opens onto the sea and reveals a beautiful beach. This village between Sky and Sea enjoys an indisputable charm that is today internationally recognized.
Every year, Eze attracts a high-end clientele. You can find many absolutely sumptuous villas in Eze. These exceptional homes are real gems that attract a high-end international clientele.
These villas allow you to enjoy the quietness of the area and breathtaking views. Their proximity to the Principality of Monaco is an asset for those who wish to enjoy the prestigious establishments of the city such as the Casino, the opera, the heliport or the luxury shops.
Moreover, the proximity of the city with the heliport of Monaco and the international Airport of Nice facilitates its access, making Eze a place at the same time calm and protected by Mediterranean landscapes and a site open to the world.