Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is a charming and historic commune located between Menton and Monaco divided into the medieval village of Roquebrune and the peninsula Cap-Martin. It was long one of the most sought-after locations of both artists and the aristocracy of the Belle Epoque period. Many of these historical Belle Epoque villas are still highly sought after to use as vacation homes.
The medieval village of Roquebrune on Mont Angel, situated high above the coastal line is a frequently visited destination with plenty of history, such as the historic Château de Roquebrune, dating back to the 10th century. Below situates the peninsula Cap-Martin, which is now home to some of the most iconic and historic Belle Epoque villas along the Côte d’Azur, as well eye-catching contemporary houses and apartments. Cap-Martin, as the other peninsulas along the coastline, provides plenty of privacy, spacious lands and ample security for its residents.
The picturesque coastal pathway connecting Roquebrune-cap-Martin and Monaco is named after Le Corbusier, the Swiss-born French architect and designer, with views of the mountains and the sea on the Menton side and Monaco’s skyline on the other side.
Roquebrune-cap-Martin is an exceptional location for those interested in investing in real estate on the French Riviera who seek to remain in a tranquil and private location, but still within a few minutes drive to Monaco and the border of Italy. Its stunning properties, luxurious amenities, proximity to Italy and Monaco, and idyllic location make it an ideal destination for those seeking a high standard of living in one of the most exclusive and sought-after destinations of the French Riviera.
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