The South of France, or Le Midi, is not the sole reserve of tourists, filmmakers or F-1 racers. It is also home to picturesque medieval structures and cobbled streets, remarkable art, charming people, and impressive villas. These homes of luxury are in towns all over the region, and here are five great cities where you can call home.
This ancient city is right in the heart of the French Riviera. With perfect beaches just ten minutes away from the city center, and the annual twelve-day Nice Carnival to look forward to, this is also a dream home city. This luxury real estate French Riviera is well represented by Nice, especially in neighborhoods like Mt. Alban and Cimiez.
To a lot of travelers, the most appealing aspect of the “jewel city” is its breathtaking natural features. There is also the Musee de ‘Annonciade, the Indie Beach, Le Café, and other excellent dining options. And in St. Tropez, wine growing country is one of the best areas to live and own real estate. Some great neighborhoods are Ramatuelle and Gassin.
This rust-hued region is a popular destination for visitors to South-France. With its location on an ochre-full hill; Languedoc-Roussillon has also become a haven for pigment makers, artists, and galleries. Owning a luxury property here would be a good idea as it gives you a relaxing home option when on vacation.
This cozy town is famous for being the muse behind a good number of Van Gogh’s works, including the famous “The Starry Night” (1889). Another historical tidbit is that it is the birthplace of the philosopher, Nostradamus. With its charming medieval feel, this town is also a good place for you to buy the luxury real estate Provence is known for.
With its altitude of 1400 feet above sea-level, Eze has breathtaking views. But its more appealing feature is its sleepy, and peaceful ambiance. That gives everything here a touch of elegance and understated luxury. Also, the stone houses in Eze are charming and have a quality that makes you feel right at home.