Are you interested in investing in real estate or in being a landlord of your property in Monaco ? From La Rousse to Fontvieille, from Monaco Ville to Monte Carlo - which district will you choose ?
Monaco Ville is the oldest and most touristic district of the principality. Situated on “Le Rocher” (The Rock)It has been home to the princely palace since the noble Grimaldi family made it their residence in 1297.
Here you find the oceanographic museum which is unique in the world, the white cathedral and the St. Martin's Gardens, where the statue of the navigator prince stands sixty metres above the sea.
This extremely secure and exclusive area consists of historic buildings and a few villas.
If you want to live in a prestigious and luxurious environment, buy or rent a property in Monte-Carlo! The area is famous for its Casino, it’s gardens and its marine baths.
Founded in 1866, under the reign of Prince Charles III, Monte-Carlo was built around luxurious hotels and leisure facilities. With its prestigious palaces such as the Hôtel de Paris and the Hermitage, and its many luxury boutiques, Monte-Carlo is the most expensive area of the Monegasque real estate sector.
The district offers high-standard residences close to all amenities and the headquarters of major companies.
Bordering the famous Port Hercule, La Condamine opens onto the open sea. Representing Monaco like no other district, La Condamine is the heart of the principality. Located at the foot of „Le Rocher“ (The Rock), this district gives direct access to Fontvieille.
With its farmer's market, it’s restaurants and its water sports stadium Rainier III, the Condamine is a popular, lively and authentic district. It is here that the biggest international events such as the Monaco Yacht Show and the famous Formula 1 Grand Prix come to life.
La Condamine is home to middle-class buildings and modern residences, some of which offer an exceptional view of the Port Hercule and the Formula 1 circuit.
A true technical marvel, the residential area of Fontvieille was reclaimed from the sea in 1966. It is a haven of peace with its gardens, its marina and it's pedestrian walkways along the seafront. This district offers an ideal urban environment for families with children.
Fontvieille includes the Louis II stadium, a tourist and sports complex, a shopping centre, a heliport with a direct link to Nice airport, various museums and a business district.
The area offers modern neo-Provençal style residences, with large areas and a beautiful sea view for the majority of the flats.
The Jardin Exotique is located at the western entrance to Monaco. It offers a panoramic view of the whole Principality.
The area is designed to be a family area, with the Princess Antoinette Park, its playgrounds and outdoor activities. The Princess Grace Hospital, the Jardin Exotique and the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology are also located here.
In the Jardin Exotique you will find large modern residences and some old-fashioned villas.
Moneghetti is located in the north-western part of the principality. It is close to Monaco's only train station with direct access by lift.
Moneghetti is a residential area where it is still possible to discover villas from the belle époque. It is located on high ground and offers unique views of the Rock and the sea. There are many new buildings in the area, which contribute to the development of the area, which has long been neglected by investors.
The easternmost part of Monaco is Le Larvotto, also known as Bas Moulins. Le Larvotto, with its beautiful waterfront with beach and esplanade, is the picture postcard motif of Monaco.
Larvotto is very lively thanks to the infrastructures that can be found there: the Grimaldi Forum (exhibition and congress centre), the Sporting, which is a theatre, and the famous Jimmy'z nightclub, as well as the numerous restaurants, bars and other five-star establishments in this Monegasque jewel.
The area is home to some of the most beautiful residences and will soon welcome a new extension to the sea, called L'Anse du Portier.
La Rousse offers an exceptional view of the sea. This residential area, which adjoins the Monegasque districts of Larvotto and Monte Carlo, as well as the French towns of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin and Beausoleil, is located a stone's throw from the sea.
Larousse is home to iconic buildings such as the brand new and prestigious Odeon Tower and the Monte Carlo Sun.
The area benefits from all amenities and continues to expand with numerous projects.
Monaco is not only steeped in history and prestige, it is also the most densely populated state in Europe, with a surface area of 2.02km2 and a coastline of 3,829 metres, home to a total population of 37,550 people spread over 8 districts, which invite to be discovered in all their uniqueness. Its political balance, administrative efficiency, safe streets and quality of life make Monaco the safest investment in the world. It is not without reason that Monaco is the most renowned property market.
So, to buy a property in Monaco your investment must be prepared carefully, taking into account all the advantages and particularities of the Principality, such as its unique taxation system
Its luxurious properties and the potential of its ever-increasing property market make it the most lucrative investment, ahead of the Hong Kong market.
Monaco is also home to 47,504 employees, more than the number of inhabitants, who work every day to serve residents and tourists.
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