Roquebrune cap martin

Roquebrune Cap Martin is a very rich and protected area.

From the medieval village to the Modern Cape.

A real jewel of the Mediterranean, frequented by Le Corbusier and Coco Chanel's among many famous people, Roquebrune Cap Martin is a very rich and protected area.

The luxury of its environment will seduce you and its picturesque looks overhanging the sea offer a charming landscape.

Located only 17 minutes west of the Principality of Monaco, the commune of the brown rocks will amaze you with its perfumed lanes, its flowery paths, its paradisiacal beaches, and its varied restaurants.

The Maybourne Riviera is a favorite for its special location that immerses you in the beautiful blue while you enjoy Mauro Colagreco's dishes on the terrace.

You can also explore the local flora on the crystal clear beaches along the coast of Monaco.

For tennis lovers, it is here that the most beautiful tournament is held every year, the Rolex Monte Carlo Master 1000.

Roquebrune tells you a story thanks to its different buildings

Roquebrune Cap Martin has modernist architecture that mixes the charm of the Mediterranean and luxury. Its price per m2 is around 7000 euros for apartments and 10 000 euros for houses.

Always a favorite place of the Belle Epoque, Roquebrune tells you a story thanks to its different buildings. The medieval village with its strong character mixes old stones with modern villas of the 1920s-1930s as well as luxury villas of the 21st century. You will find villa E-1027 a few steps from the sea, the famous avant-garde building of the year 1926 designed by the Irish Eileen Gray.

But also the Cabanon Le Corbusier that he called his castle on the rocks.

We will zoom in on the sumptuous Villa Cyrnos, which was built by the famous Empress Eugenie, wife of Napoleon III. Cyrnos means Corsica in remembrance of the island, land of origin of the Bonapartes. Once considered one of the most beautiful houses and the most beautiful garden on the French Riviera.

Roquebrune Cap Martin is nestled between Monaco and Menton. You will be overthrown by its orange reflections, the colors of the South, and this spectacular sight. You can easily reach it by car or by train.

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