From film stars to fashionistas, the French Riviera remains one of Europe’s most coveted second home destinations and the good news for Brits is that buying conditions in 2015 are making it more affordable. Here’s an overview of the hot….read more »

This month we spoke to Clayton Haste of Cannes Property Sales about his work on the French Riviera…

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Morning Clayton, how are you? What have you got planned for today?

Morning! Today is quite a busy day….read more »

Anyone who is heading off to the French Riviera may want to try travelling along the coastline by train, it has been suggested.In an article for the Guardian, Kathryn Tomasetti explained that a day-long Riviera rail pass is an excellent….read more »

Staying in property in France around Nice during the city's carnival period is a great way to banish the winter blues and enjoy the festivities, it has been noted.Writing for the Telegraph, Anthony Peregrine explained why the city in the….read more »

The French Riviera could be the perfect place to buy property in France if you enjoy luxurious surroundings and a bustling environment.It receives around ten million visitors annually and enjoys a warm near-tropical climate for most of the year.Florence Lecointre,….read more »

New data has indicated that prices for French Riviera property have fallen, something that may offer investors new opportunities to buy.Data from the French estate agent’s association, FNAIM’s, latest housing market report has revealed that apartment prices in Toulon fell….read more »

One of the most prestigious cycling races in the world heads for the French Riviera in June and July as the Tour de France takes in the southern part of the country, with Montpellier one of the destinations.The city sees….read more »

A plan to ensure the property market in France and across Europe is secure has been put in place by French president Nicolas Sarkozy.In news that may encourage UK buyers of French Riviera property and real estate elsewhere in the….read more »

The French government has signalled that it is planning to reform its property market in a way that will avoid it matching the kind of problems seen elsewhere in the credit crunch. French president Nicolas Sarkozy has pledged reforms to….read more »