Cannes Hinterland Luxury Property for Sale

Beautiful sea view

Beautiful sea view

Living area : 210 m² - Land : 4300 m² - Rooms : 9

Ref. 6990 - Charming 210m2 house located in a gated domain with pretty sea and countryside…
1,275,000 €
Villa in security domain

Villa in security domain

Living area : 180 m² - Land : 2945 m² - Rooms : 8

Ref. 6577 - A 180m2 detached villa located in an exceptional private estate with 24/7 security, close…
1,550,000 €
Stone Mas in Cannes Country side

Stone Mas in Cannes Country side

Living area : 270 m² - Land : 2600 m² - Rooms : 7

Ref. 5904 - Offering an abundance of charm and beautiful views over the hinterland toward the sea and…
1,480,000 €
Buy bed and breakfast Grasse

Buy bed and breakfast Grasse

Living area : 600 m² - Land : 11000 m² - Rooms : 18

Ref. 6496MH - Provençal ancient country-house of more than 600 m ² with an exceptional panoramic view on…
2,300,000 €
BREATH TAKING PANORAMIC VIEWS

BREATH TAKING PANORAMIC VIEWS

Living area : 250 m² - Rooms : 6

Ref. 6764 - Auribeau, Beautiful villa of approximately 250m2 in a gated domain, located in a quiet…
990,000 €
Valbonne: Close to shops and schools

Valbonne: Close to shops and schools

Living area : 155 m² - Land : 3150 m² - Rooms : 5

Ref. 7379 - Individual villa of about 160 sqm south exposed, on a beautiful plot of land of 3150 sqm…
980,000 €

Discover properties near Arrière pays Cannois

Cannes Hinterland Villas for Sale

The French Riviera resort of Cannes is world famous but the smaller towns of the scenic hinterland, which rises up from the coast are less well known.

However, these towns, which come under the umbrella of the ‘Arrière Pays Cannois’- meaning literally the Cannes hinterland - are just as magical as their more significant cousin.

The largest of these ’back country’ towns is Grasse, 15km north of Cannes. The town, famed for its perfume production, has been a popular tourist resort since the 1800s when Princess Pauline Bonaparte, the Emperor‘s sister, spent the winter of 1807 there to recuperate from illness. The town lies at around 400 metres, and its air is a great deal fresher and cleaner than that on the coast, especially in the summer.

The old town is a sprawling maze of winding streets, lined with buildings, which date back to the 17th century. There are also a large number of grandiose villas that have been built on the hills overlooking the plains of Grasse, which enjoy spectacular views towards the Mediterranean Sea.

Just to the north of Grasse is the village of Châteauneuf de Grasse, which is listed as one of the historic sites in the Alpes-Maritimes. The views from this ancient village, which lies at 413 metres, are breathtaking.

Further inland still is Magagnosc, a small and quaint village from where you can enjoy incredible views over the Esterel Mountains, towards the Var.

Just below Grasse, near the popular town of Valbonne, is the hamlet of Plascassier, famed for its rich soil, which creates the ideal growing conditions for rose and jasmine plants.

Meanwhile to the east of Cannes is the spectacular perched village of Cabris, which exudes Provencal charm. Here, you will discover shady squares lined with cafes, cobbled streets fill of craft shops and the ruins of a medieval castle. A few kilometres away is the relatively recent town of Peymeinade, which was created in 1868 when it broke away from the village of Cabris.

Another hidden treasure is Le Tignet, which lies yet further to the east of Grasse. This small perched village is surrounded by stunning countryside and is a million miles from the hectic bustle of the French Riviera.

A similar sense of calm is found in Les Ardrets, a village set against the background of the forested hills of the Esterel Mountains. Les Ardrets is in the Var department, yet still benefits from a panoramic view of the bay of Cannes and the islands of Lérins.

For further information on investing in a luxury property in the Cannes hinterland, please do not hesitate to contact one of Carlton International's multilingual representatives.