Saint-Tropez and its surroundings are made up of several old villages. From the fisherman's village to the perched village, each of them has its own characteristics and its own history, that is possible to discover through their many monuments, their architectures and their old styles. Lovers of nature, landscapes, vineyards and beach of fine sand, you will find in Saint-Tropez and its surroundings all the elements subject to your blossoming.
|Surface type (Av.):||200 m2||200 m2|
|Min price (Av.):||1,000,000 €||2,000,000 €|
|Med price (Av.):||3,000,000 €||4,000,000 €|
|Max price (Av.):||20,000,000 €||20,000,000 €|
Even though market prices have declined over the last five years, considering it to be stalled, the market has been stable since 2014. It allowed a slight increase in prices. This stabilization has led to an increase in available offers at more competitive prices. As a result, in areas such as Nice, Antibes and Cannes, the number of transactions is up. Saint‐Tropez hadn’t been spared, after having exceptional years, and experienced crisis. But since 2016 transactions has begun to restart. Today, investing in Cote d’Azur is also a guarantee of profitability. In addition, foreign buyers have favorable legislation and benefit from the euro decrease against dollar. These elements allowed to relaunch a market frozen since few years.
Cote d'Azur attracts a clientele of wealthy local families, liberal professions workers, business leaders or senior managers, as well as a diversified international clientele looking for quiet, green and close location to the city center for holidays, with an easy access and many cultural activities.
Before any investments, international foreigners must approach an industry professional to know the conditions related to this investment. This professional must first collect the primary information of the purchaser, his nationality, his country of residence, his professional situation and his matrimonial regime. Members of the European Union and countries signatories to a special agreement with France, benefit from special regimes. On the other hand, foreign buyers do not need to constitute a company to benefit from another status and therefore depend on a different legal and fiscal regime.
From October to April temperatures are at the lowest on the Cote d'Azur, even if they rarely fall below 10 degrees.
Moreover, it is during this period that the Cote d'Azur records the most precipitation.
From April to September, temperatures range from 20 to 30 degrees. The months of June and September are the most pleasant, temperatures are slightly lower and their tourist power of attraction is less important.
From July to August, with more than 800 hours of sunshine, this is the most beautiful period to stay on the Côte d'Azur.
It is also the most popular period for tourists from all over Europe.
Its a small fishing village suspended between the Massif des Maures and the Mediterranean sea. The sunny peninsula of St-Tropez has become, in few years, a true international capital of the show bizz and the international jet-set.
St Tropez is characterized by its medieval center with a rustic and traditional aspect that does not look like its port, which shows the full extent of the wealth of its tenants through numerous prestigious Yatchs.
St-Tropez has a very developed prestige real estate, comprised of numerous villa on the side of the bay of Pampelonne in the South, and of Ramatuelle in the East.
The center of St Tropez includes many luxurious boutiques, hotels, but also a lively nightlife with some of the most prestigious nightclubs that welcome fashion shows and other celebrities. In addition, many private parties are held each evening in luxurious villas.
Grimaud is a town of the var located in the Massif des Maures.
Consisting of an assembly of neighbourhood and hamlets, the village is dominated by the ruins of the feudal castle.
From here, you can enjoy the view of the whole village and the Gulf of Saint-Tropez.
This charming village possesses a very diverse historical and architectural heritage which is illustrated through its small alleys and squares that constitutes it.
We can also appreciate the quality with which the old houses have been renovated, leaving today places to beautiful flowered facades.
Grimaud is also a country of vines and the quality of them continues to improve every year.
Grimaud is also a land of olive trees since the eleventh century and especially a land of artisans.
Cogolin is an old village that stretches from the Massif des Maures to the Mediterranean Sea. This small town near St-Tropez is made up of an old village full of history. In addition, the town has two ports, "Le Port Cogolin", and "Les Marines de Cogolin" which is one of the largest ports in the region.
The village is full of activities, crafts, heritage and gastronomy. All these elements make it a popular place with a multifaceted charm.
Its geographical position also offers some of the most beautiful panoramas of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and the Massif des Maures.
Ramatuelle is a small village that rises 130m above sea level, built in snail from the center of the village. Its notoriety was built around the famous Pampelonne Bay, which still today offers a magnificent sandy beach and breathtaking seabed.
Its position in height offers the best panorama of the Bay of Pampelonne and the agricultural plantations that surround it. The architecture of its typically Mediterranean village allows visitors to discover its history through vestiges of past eras
Gassin is in the center of the peninsula of Saint-Tropez, only a few kilometers from the beach. Perched at 200m altitude, the village of Gassin has an architectural beauty and breathtaking nature that we can admire through its picturesque constructions.
The highest point of the village overlooks a magnificent landscape that stretches from the Iles d'Or, to the snowy peaks of the Alps through the Massif des Maures.
His environment has allowed him to become "one of the most beautiful villages in France.
La Croix Valmer is a village in the Gulf of Saint-Tropez that extends to the sea. It owes its notoriety to its long sandy beaches and its many hectars of vineyards.
It produces essentially “Rosé wine”, which gave its whole Nobility to the region.
The quality of life at the Croix Valmer is exceptional and nature is preserved. Over 200 hectares of natural park are protected and offers many walks along the coast or on the heights, leaving enjoyed breathtaking panoramas.
The architecture of its constructions dates from the nineteenth and twentieth century and the arrival of rich industrialists from Lyon. It is now that many villas of high standing appeared; "The house of the sisters of our Lady of the Apostles", "the convent of the sisters of our Lady of Nazareth", as well as many shops.
The 20th century showed the first phase of urbanization with the arrival of Neo-Provençal houses that would form the current peri-urban neighbourhoods.
Located in the South-East of France, Côte d'Azur covers part of the Bouches du Rhone, the Var department, the Maritimes Alps and the Principality of Monaco.
Its geographical position gives it the advantage of a Mediterranean climate, soft and sunny.
Moreover, Cote d'Azur benefits from a wide range of landscapes: the charm of its sunny beaches, the Calanques of the Provences coastline, which offer a protected and idyllic panorama, but also landscapes made up of valleys dedicated to the agriculture and vines.
All these elements make the Cote d'Azur a place highly appreciated by foreign investors.
The activities developed by tourism and economics activities allow prestigious real estate, hotels, ...