The popularity of this most famous slice of Mediterranean coastline has turned once sleepy fishing villages into globally-recognised names.
France’s seductive lifestyle of historic cities, delectable cuisine, inspiring culture and architecture has drawn buyers to the country for centuries. In more recent times, this attraction is helped by excellent air connections from around the world and a modern infrastructure that includes ever-improving high-speed rail.
France’s magically diverse geography combines lengthy coastlines, both the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, with mountainous peaks in the Alps and the Pyrenees. Countryside includes wooded valleys in the Dordogne, the dramatic gorges of Verdon and the delicious vineyards of Bordeaux. This bountiful choice caters for many different lifestyles, a big part of the appeal of owning a home there.
Gorgeous wooden chalets, cool, contemporary apartments in traditional chalet-style buildings, and piste-side homes.
Provence offers fields of sun-soaked yellow sunflowers, avenues of lavender, entwined chunky trunks of silver-grey olive trees.