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COAST

TO COAST

F

ew people can resist the

idea of owning a coastal

property, the idyllic blend

of climate, quality of life,

and the gentle sound of

lapping water are very appealing.

France has many beautiful

coastal towns along its diverse

coastline. From the weatherbeaten shores

of the Atlantic in

the North to the warmer waters of

the Mediterranean in the South -

property buyers have an excellent

selection of places to choose from.

Prices vary dramatically, and you

will pay a premium for a sea view,

of course - but it is worth it!

The 3,400 km French coastline

attracts worldwide interest, and

the French property market has

never been healthier, thanks to a

thriving economy, cheap fi nance,

and of course, President Macron's

warm welcome towards overseas

investments.

Nice

Nice requires no introduction,

situated 20 km west of Monaco

from where the Riviera coastline

gently bows around the edge of

the Baie des Anges - considered

by many as the most seductive

seafront in France. In 2019, Leggett

opened an offi ce in the heart of

Nice and it is stocked with an

exceptional array of properties

Does a life by the water appeal to you? Jane Berry shares her favourite places to buy

property on the coast and has hand-picked some of the best for sale.

to satisfy all requirements, right

across the region.

Cannes

Moving West along the Riviera, the

neighbourhood known

as La Croisette is one of the

most appreciated jewels in the

captivating city of Cannes; it has a

beautiful promenade, notorious for

its luxury-brand stores, as well as

cafés and sandy beaches.

Collioure

On summer evenings a very special

light hovers over the village of

Collioure, close to the Spanish

border. Frequented by Matisse,

Derain and others, they captured

the sea's beauty whilst sipping

Pastis in the ateliers of fellow

painters.

La Rochelle

The important seaport of La

Rochelle on the Atlantic coast

is steeped in history and rich in

architectural treasures. Le Vieux

Port is fi lled with characterful bars

and excellent seafood restaurants.

Vannes

Moving North, the beautiful town

of  Vannes  in the Morbihan is one

of  Brittany's  most enchanting

locations with a warm temperate

climate and easy access to Paris.

Enjoy plates of fresh seafood in the

well preserved mediaeval streets.

Deauville

Deauville, often referred to as

the Parisian Riviera is one of the

most fashionable and sought after

resorts in Northern France. This

popular holiday destination has a

wide sandy beach, chic boutiques

and elegant Belle Époque villas

- it exudes a certain, understated

elegance!

Le Touquet

Lastly, the colourful seaside town

of  Le Touquet is a charming mix of

French and English infl uences. The

art deco-style houses and hotels

fl anking Le Touquet's long sandy

beach pay homage to this beautiful

town's great past.

And fi nally...

Leggett has over 14,000 properties

for sale and more than 600

independent sales agents working

together in stunning coastal and

country locations right across

France, seeking out and bringing

to market new and beautiful

properties.

Happy hunting!

lapping water are very appealing.

coastal towns along its diverse

coastline. From the weatherbeaten shores

of the Atlantic in

the North to the warmer waters of

Jane Berry heads

up our Prestige

department.

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