Living on the French Riviera: a dream comes true! The attraction of the Mediterranean is undeniable and many people are looking to buy an apartment or second home between Nice and Monaco while others choose to settle there permanently.
Owning an apartment in Nice, Villefranche sur Mer, Beaulieu sur Mer or Saint Jean Cap Ferrat allows you to enjoy the sun and mild climate all year round, in a wild and preserved natural setting, not far from the mountains and ski resorts but also from the Italian border and Monaco and the well-known events that take place every year on the coast of this part of the Maritime Alps, such as the Monaco Grand Prix and the Cannes Festival. Nice International Airport serves many national and international destinations, the dense rail network serves both seaside villages and larger cities and provides rapid access to cities as does the motorway.
Apartments in the historic heart of towns and villages offer all the charm of yesteryear in Belle Epoque or Haussmannien buildings in the city centre of Nice and the musicians’ district or in Cimiez and in the narrow streets of Villefranche sur Mer and Eze village. Many of these apartments have been completely renovated and now offer all the modern comfort while keeping traces of the past such as mouldings, frescos and fireplaces. More recent residences often offer apartments with large volumes and deep terraces. They are often surrounded by green spaces and have swimming pools or tennis courts.
Among the apartments on the seafront we can find atypical and/or exceptional apartments. The apartments on the top floor facing the sea sometimes look like real
villas on the roof, especially if they are alone on the entire floor of the building. Large windows opening onto the outside bring light generously into the rooms for great luminosity. The apartments on the ground floor allow you to enjoy an outdoor living space as if you were in a house. Many owners have arranged the outside spaces of the apartments as an extension of their residence with summer lounges, because in this region of the South of France we live mainly outside!