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Saint-Tropez (Golfe de St-Tropez)

The Gulf of Saint-Tropez is studded with charming seaside resorts typical to the south of France making it an extraordinary, picturesque vacation destination where the Mediterranean sea glistens in all its splendor. Located in a natural area combining luxury and leisure, the gulf is lively in high season, yet peaceful at the same time. It is the ideal setting for indulging in a bit of yachting or swimming in the sea to foster a sense of relaxation and well-being.

Fréjus - Ste Maxime

The metropolitan community of Var-Estérel-Méditerranée is home to 110,000 inhabitants spread throughout 5 communes: Les Adrets de l’Estérel, Fréjus, Puget sur Argens, Roquebrune-sur-Argens, and Saint-Raphaël and its districts: Anthéor, Le Trayas, Valescure, Agay and Boulouris.
Halfway between Cannes and St. Tropez, the towns of Fréjus - St. Raphaël border the Mediterranean coast and face the big blue. The surrounding landscapes are still untouched and offer a natural environment conducive to recreation, beach activities, and also discovering heritage sites that are rich and steeped in history, with some vestiges dating back as far as Roman times.

Provence verte

Less than an hour away from the seaside resorts and beaches of the French Riviera, the summer bustle gives way to a legendary calm before reaching the steep mountain ranges of the Alps. Here in Provence, lulled by the sound of cicadas, leisure activities and extreme sports compete in a landscape of dazzling nature pigmented with authentic and picturesque villages, gourmet tables, vineyards, olive groves, and lavender fields. A place dedicated to epicureans, where the art of living rhymes with adventure and culture.

Cannes et environs

The city of Cannes enjoys an international reputation, hosting numerous events throughout the year. For over 60 years, the city has been set abuzz to honor the world's biggest movie stars visiting for the International Film Festival. Unlike Saint-Tropez, the Cannes seafront is very urbanized, but it offers an upscale lifestyle and splendid villas with magnificent sea views and high price tags, just like its counterpart.

Arrière-pays Cannois

The Cannes countryside is dotted with authentic villages set between the sea and mountains and combining modernity with heritage. Near the city of Grasse, the famous perfume capital where flowers are transformed into unforgettable fragrances, is a region that is less than 30 minutes from the Nice Cote d'Azur international airport and 15 minutes from beaches. It is an unparalleled stop for Epicureans, where well-being and sensual pleasure become one.

Mougins et environs

Halfway through the Cannes littoral on the way to Grasse, the hill-top village of Mougins dominates a panorama of the countryside and the sea. According to tradition, it is built in a spiral, isolated in grace and history. Picasso and generations of artists have followed the example of the villages of Saint-Paul-de-Vence and Biot, letting themselves be inspired and nourished by the beauty of the surroundings. At its feet, the Sophia Antipolis Science Hub is a symbol of modernity, its sleek architectural lines contrast with the stonework of ancient houses.

St-Paul de Vence et environs

Between the sea and mountains, less than 15 minutes from the beach, St Paul de Vence overflows with beauty. Located on a rocky outcrop facing the big blue, this village has attracted the most well-known celebrities and become the chic destination par excellence. An open-air museum displaying works of art and illustrious memories, gastronomes, sportsmen and nature lovers will be captivated by so much grace in an environment with multiple attractions.

Valbonne - Biot - Sophia Antipolis

Not far from the motorway axes, the Sophia Antipolis Science Hub stretches over several hectares of forest. Within 30 minutes of the Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport, it houses research centers, universities, international schools, and the headquarters of large companies. Residential neighborhoods on the outskirts of the science hub have populated the countryside, and the villages open their doors to new and more cosmopolitan inhabitants. Located just 20-minutes from the beaches and 40-minutes from the first ski resorts, golf courses, riding clubs, and private estates embody an ideal living space that meets families' needs all year long.

Antibes Juan-les-Pins

These two tremendously charming seaside resorts touch Cap d'Antibes, a first-class destination. This sector with exhilarating contrasts blends heritage, luxury and culture. Lulled by the surf of the Mediterranean Sea, on their way back from the beach, sitting at a cafe terrace, dining, or walking through the market, artists, fishermen, art collectors, billionaires, sailors or simple wanderers come to enjoy the Mediterranean climate for a game of pétanque, a stroll, to share the same art of living.

Corse

Its recent history does not tarnish the magnificence of its harmonious and picturesque landscape. Said to be visible from the coast, the so-named Island of Beauty, with its wild and original natural environment, contrasts with the continent. Ideal for a vacation full of leisure and relaxation, the charm of the villages, the Corsican gastronomy, and the pleasures of the sea, are not a mere option but rather a real art of living in everyday life.

Proche Monaco

Located on the border with Italy, the tiny Principality of Monaco demonstrates its singular power by displaying a disproportionate luxury. Its abrupt landscape is home to charming, picturesque villages with legendary sea panoramas. The coastal towns of Beaulieu and Villefranche, Cap Martin and Cap Ferrat once hosted the aristocracy. They lived in palaces, whose price per square meter is today among the highest in the region. A prestigious living environment in which beauty rhymes with luxury in everyday life.

Nice et environs

Resplendent, Nice has inspired admiration throughout the centuries, inciting greed like a jewel in its case. One of the most well-known cities in the French Riviera, from the picturesque, colorful neighborhoods of the old town, to Cimiez with its manor houses and ancient ruins, and the Promenade des Anglais stretching along the seafront and overlooking the Baie des Anges, Nice offers a way of life where, at a glance, nothing is left to chance.

Montagne

In just a few decades, these small mountain villages have become the most coveted winter sports resorts. No need to worry about snow here, it is eternal. Warm and luxurious, the exceptional cabins are often offered with “at home” services. The perfect opportunity to fully enjoy high-end services both in the summer and in winter, in a unique environment combining sport, well-being, and nature !

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