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BEST FOR A LONG

WEEKEND BREAK

For quick family ski holidays

let's take a look at St. Gervais.

It is close to the international

airport at Geneva, thus offering

easy access to this stunning location which

is actually an all -year

round town. It offers on and off

slope activities which makes it

super attractive in the summer.

Or how about buying in Lyon,

one of the most exciting and dynamic cities

in Europe, offering

cultural activities for all the family in

a historic and bustling city.

Finally, if water floats your boat,

how about one of our lake side

locations at Lac d'Annecy, Lac

du Bourget, Lac Leman or SerrePonçon

- all beautiful, huge

clear lakes with water sports,

walking and gourmet lunches.

BEST FOR EXTREME

SPORT JUNKIES

If you are looking for an adrenaline rush then take

your pick;

you are in the worlds biggest

specialist playground. Top of my

list would be a visit to Chamonix,

known as the adventure capital

of the world. Parapenting, sky

diving, canyoning, climbing, cycling or

trail running - if you're

looking for a buzz then there's

no need for Red Bull here!

THE FINEST GASTRONOMY

You can take your pick of high-

class restaurants in any of the

famous ski resorts. Chamonix,

Courchevel, St. Gervais, La Clusaz… all can lay claim to superb

food in swanky surroundings.

Real foodies head to Lyon. You

can ask any Frenchman where

to find the finest food and wine

and he'll point you to this UNESCO

World Heritage city. Surrounded

by glorious countryside which

furnishes the finest

ingredients, home to a world famous indoor market

and 1,500

restaurants (13 with Michelin

stars). Food heaven.

PRETTIEST SKI RESORTS

Here it comes down to personal taste.

I'm happy to stick my

neck out and say that resorts

like Grand Bornand, St. Martin-

"The department of Isère may not be as well known as

its neighbours but it offers unrivalled value for money

and is increasingly popular with overseas buyers. Les

Deux Alpes is France's second oldest ski resort (behind

only Chamonix). It has the largest skiable glacier in Europe,

allowing year round skiing. In 2021 it will be linked

to Alpe d'Huez, making it the 2nd largest ski area in the

world. Outside winter it's a haven for cyclists and a regular stop

on the Tour de France. Property here is excellent

value."

Niven Dyer is our agent in Les Deux Alpes

ONE TO WATCH

de-Belleville and Samœns all offer

a special kind of magic with

glorious views, sparkling snow,

and lush green meadows in the

summer. I am sure that, just like

me, you will be enchanted by all

of them.

So I'm over 600 words and I've

only covered a fraction of our

wonderful locations. We have

around 1,000 different properties in our portfolio.

Choose

from studio apartments at bargain prices

to luxury lakeside

villas and chalets to city penthouses that would

satisfy even

the most demanding VIP. We

also offer a personalised property search

at no extra cost so

if you can't find exactly what

you're looking for then give us

a call and we'll do a tailored

search just for you.

Heather Byrne is our area coordinator in the French Alps.

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