Les Restanques Residence - P&V
- Restaurants, shops
- Four pools
- Water sports
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Restanques village faces out onto the gulf of Saint Tropez. The domain is planted with a twenty-five hectare landscaped park and has an excellent water area.
(1) Price for a studio appartment. Subject to availability - Price includes furniture.
(3) tax benefits are subject to modifications. Please contact us for more information.
What purchase packages exist for this property?
The Furnished Buy-to-let scheme is the best way of earning supplementary income while significantly reducing tax on rental income over the long term.
Use property to reduce your tax
This property can be purchased under a classic co-ownership package, with or without stays.
As an owner you receive a whole host of benefits:
- A personalised website section to manage holiday bookings, included in your lease, in your property or another of the Group's residences.
- You also enjoy exclusive reductions on holidays in residences belonging to the Group.
Just a one hour flight from Paris, the French Riviera is in a prime location in the south of France. Lapped by the waters of the Mediterranean, and between Italy and Spain, this south-eastern region is packed with unique attractions such as six regional nature parks and over one thousand eight hundred historic monuments. France's number one region for French tourists and number two in terms of overseas holidaymakers, the French Riviera is one of the country's iconic destinations.
The region is particularly unique because of its diversity and multicultural character. The French Riviera has always been a meeting point and a place open to all. It has an outward-looking spirit. It is renowned for its quality of life. With practically year-round sunshine, long fine sandy beaches and a host of heritage gems, the French Riviera is a hotspot for tourists.
The French Riviera is the Mediterranean's crossroads and has attracted cuisines from across Europe. Provençal cuisine is the product of ancient traditions. The riches of the sea have given this region some fantastic recipes, including bouillabaisse (fish soup), whose name is derived from the word "bouillepeisse" (boiled fish in Provençal).
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