To the far east of Provence and a few kilometres from both the Italian border and the city of Nice, the Principality of Monaco is a favourite holiday destination for visitors from all over the world. This economic and industrial hub, world capital of sport and city of culture offers you some of the world's most interesting real estate.
Living in Monaco offers a quality of life extremely popular with residents and with a high level of security, but you will also enjoy the proximity of all the major European capitals, through the neighbouring Nice Cote d'Azur International Airport.
Any of the areas that make up the Principality may satisfy your requirements.
Monaco City or Le Rocher includes the old medieval city with the Prince's Palace, the Government, the Cathedral and the Oceanographic Museum. The apartments here are distinctive and full of history.
http://www.montecarlo-realestate.com/en/sales/monaco/q-19-carre-d-or/">The Carré d'Or and Monte-Carlo are home to the Place du Casino, famous hotels, luxury stores and opulent buildings such as the Park Palace, the Mirabeau, the Monte Carlo Star and even the Metropole and its shopping centre.
The Larvotto is Monaco's postcard with its beachfront properties and their immediate proximity to the beaches, Jimmy'z, the Grimaldi Forum, and waterfront restaurants and bars. Among others, here you'll find 21 Princesse Grace, the Vallespir, the Columbia or slightly back from the sea front, the Florestan.
La Condamine and the Port offer you the charm of a shopping district with Rue Grimaldi and its stores, the pedestrian area of Rue Princesse Caroline and the quays at the port with many bars and restaurants. Certain buildings like the Palais Heracles, the Ermanno Palace and the Bristol give you an exceptional view of the Monaco Grand Prix.
The Fontvieille district has been partly reclaimed from the sea. It is home to Stade Louis II, the heliport, the shopping centre, industry and the marina. At Fontvieille, some beautiful buildings and their luxury services await: the Titien, Seaside Plaza, the Terrasses du Port and the Giorgione...
The Exotic Garden overlooks the Principality. This is the district featuring the garden and its plants, but also the Princess Grace Hospital and the Moneghetti shopping area. Beautiful buildings such as the Ligures, the Patio Palace and the Harbour Light Palace offer a panoramic view over Monaco and the sea.
Saint Roman is at Monaco's western edge against the city of Roquebrune Cap Martin. It accommodates several buildings including the Monte Carlo Sun, the Parc Saint Roman, the tour de l'Annonciade and the brand new Tour Odeon.
At every real estate agency, we listen carefully to your requirements while offering advice and professionalism.