Lyon (capital), St Etienne, Grenoble, Annecy, Montélimar.
Rhône, Saône, Isère, Ardèche, Drône, Drac, Arc,
The French Alps is a diverse area featuring historic cities to vast mountain ranges, the largest lakes in France and the most famous ski resorts in the world. In
describing this area, the superlatives simply do not do justice as it is a place of such immense beauty that words fail.
Due to its popularity, getting here is easy with the international airports of Geneva, Lyon, Grenoble and Chambery, the TGV Eurostar stops and excellent motorway links
make travel very straight forward.
This amazing place is where property owners live and work offering local knowledge and a diverse range of holiday properties to match the landscape. Our portfolio
includes the ski areas, Three Valleys, Chamonix Mont Blanc, Paradiski, Portes du Soleil, Les Aravis, Serre Chevalier and many of the surrounding resorts, villages.
When you think of the French Alps, you would be forgiven for thinking "SKI" with its vast choice of resorts including the inter-linked ski domains of the Portes du
Soleil, Espace Killy, Chamonix and Les 3 Vallees but there is so much more. We have soaring mountain ranges, lush valleys, rushing water, still lakes and farmland plains.
We also have great weather to top it off, and the four seasons are very clearly defined. Undoubtedly this is a stunning region all year round. Whether you're a walker,
mountaineer, biker, climber, artist, golfer, horse rider, gourmet, this is a great environment to rest, play and work.
Amidst the historic cities to the highest mountain in Europe and the largest lakes in France, is where our dedicated team of agents live and work. Offering local
knowledge and a portfolio of properties in Savoie 73, Haute-Savoie 74, Hautes-Alpes 05 and Isere 38.
The French Alps is home to three vast national parks and stunning lakes, 15 nature reserves encompassing sparkling rivers, wide valley plains and white-capped mountains.
Aside from the incredible flora and fauna, the French Alps feature the attractive, ancient cities of Lyon, Chambery, Annecy and Grenoble to name but a few, all with fascinating histories. Lyon,
famous for being the gastronomic capital of France featuring 20 Michelin star restaurants. (There are 75 in total in the region!) Surrounding Geneva, on the Swiss border, is the 'commuter belt' of
this world famous center for commerce.
This area is affluent, beautiful and diverse - a great location for commerce and year round tourism.
Lac d'Annecy, Lac du Bourget and Lac Leman (Lake Geneva) are three of the largest and most famous lakes in Europe. Ideal in all seasons with their picturesque
settings, Savoyard villages, medieval towns, ancient castles, colourful outdoor markets, beaches and pristine waters, local foods and wines, and easy access to the ski slopes.
A host of activities are on offer from wakeboarding, windsurfing, sailing & diving in the water, to golf, cycling, tennis, hiking and climbing on the ground, to
parapenting and hang-gliding in the air.
With their amazing sites to explore and the mountains nearby the Lakes are wonderful places to spend your time out and better still, to live.