We purposefully limit our general search area. It still offers an incredible diversity of areas; countryside, beach, city and hillside that are considerably cheaper than an equivalent property
further to the east towards Marseille and Nice.
We can offer searches in other areas - please email your enquiries here email@example.com
Frankly if you're lucky enough to already own a property in the south of France, then you already know the advantages (and some minor disadvantages) of house ownership within throwing distance of the Mediterranean.
The Cote d'Azur, Nice and Marseille, are more commonly known, but properties have become very expensive to buy there over the last few decades. The further down the coast you travel, between Adge and Perpignan, the cheaper the property generally becomes. There are small pockets of wealthy resorts, but on the whole, property is a fraction of the price you would find elsewhere in the south. Property prices seem to have fallen by about 15% in the last 10 years to 2017, so now is a good time to be checking out some real bargains. The further inland you go, the cheaper the property becomes as a rule: the best bargains are a few hours away from the beaches of the Med, in the foothills of the Pyrennes. Stunning vicarages, chapels, gentrified houses, spectacular chateaux and crumbling wine estates and plots of land are sold regularly. There is something for everybody on what everyone is now calling the 'New Cote d'Azur'