The Provence, with its infamous vineyard and lavender fields, is a popular region for the purchase of a second property in France. The region is internationally renowned, also due to its sophisticated beach resorts. The price for a property in the Provence can be relatively high, but if you search off the beaten track the prices become more reasonable.
Holiday home or permanent town house
The stable and rising real estate market in the Provence make it popular with many buyers of a second property. The prices of property in the Provence vary greatly due to the great variability in types of property and region. The most favourably priced properties in the Provence are holiday homes and the most expensive are the town houses and mills. The lower prices are found mostly in the Department of Vaucluse, situated higher in the Maritime Alps.
Average price of property in the Provence
The Provence and the French Riviera are two of the most popular tourist destinations of France. This is one of the reasons that the prices of properties in the Provence are quite high at around € 4.623 per m2.
However, if you take all that this region has to offer into consideration, the ‘high’ prices are merely relative.
More information about buying properties in other regions? Read here more about Normandy or Aquitaine.