Regional Guides

  • Provence/Côte d’Azur To say that the region of Provence/Côte d’Azur has everything is not an exaggeration – it is an understatement! A mere 2 hours flight away from Britain you can pass from the bucolic lavender-laden charm of a Provençal village to the glamorous sophistication of the French Riviera in less than an hour. You can go skiing in the Alps in the morning, water-ski in the Med in the afternoon, see and be seen in St. Tropez in the evening and cash in your chips...Read Full Guide
  • Poitou-Charentes Long overlooked by British buyers in favour of neighbouring Dordogne, Poitou-Charentes offers better value for money and represents a gilt-edge opportunity for the discerning buyer. Second only to the Côte d’Azur in annual days of sunshine, the region boasts 300 miles of beautiful coastline, has international airports at La Rochelle and Poitiers and is only... Read Full Guide
  • Languedoc-Roussillon Stretching langourously from the Rhône delta along the Mediterranean to the Spanish border, Languedoc-Roussillon enjoys the same climate and relaxed pace of life as Provence – but at a fraction of the cost. Moreover, the vast swathes of sandy beaches, and the roads to them, are much less congested than their Provençal counterparts, even in the height of summer. If you’re priced out of Provence, check out...Read Full Guide
  • Aquitaine With 180 miles of white, sandy beaches backing onto endless pine forests and picturesque lakes, coastal Aquitaine is in plentiful supply and so remains highly affordable. While this Atlantic coastline boasts the best surfing in Europe it also caters for traditional seaside activities in the family-friendly resorts of Arcachon and Biarritz. And, as the region extends south into the foothills of the Pyrénées, there is also good hiking and skiing on offer. In short, the region is a sound investment for those...Read Full Guide
  • Midi-Pyrénées This vast and extremely diverse region offers 8 departments which resemble other more famous corners of France in every respect apart from one – property prices! Put simply your money goes further here: if you’re priced out of the Alps, consider the mountains and ski resorts of the Midi-Pyrénées, if your heart was set on the Dordogne take a look at the Lot, and if Provence was your first love you will find an equally...Read Full Guide

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