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Luxury Real Estate in Théoule-sur-Mer


The French Riviera boasts some of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. Nice, Cannes, St Tropez, to name just a few, are familiar across the globe, elevated to superstar status through their history of celebrity and royal favour.

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Théoule-sur-Mer Station


Nice Côte d’Azur

Venture slightly inland, and the region’s beauty extends to breathtaking landscapes: enchanting villages and hamlets perched on ancient, rocky mountain chains; steeped in history and seemingly enclosed in a time capsule where time passed long ago. Take a break and follow the coast in both directions, and watch as the magic continues…

If you’re in search of a beautiful and peaceful village for buying properties that are close to the sea, rich in history and the old-world charm of the French countryside, Théoule-sur-Mer has everything you could wish for. And it’s an absolute must-visit. Estate Prestige Knight Frank French Riviera has an in-depth knowledge of this region. Our headquarters are centrally located, and our experienced local representatives ensure that we are able to offer the best properties on the current market.

Located just down the road from Cannes, serenely nestling in a small idyllic cove, and bathed by the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea, lies the wondrous Théoule-sur-Mer. The coastline is breathtaking here with calanques, cavernous limestone valleys and lush vegetation, all set beautifully against a backdrop of steep, imposing mountains. Théoule is a charming – and peaceful little seaside resort – and has everything to delight both tourists and residents.

During the 5th century, the bay of Théoule-sur-Mer was a fortified stronghold with a watchtower – providing a port and some security – but it was destroyed in 1648. For many years, Théoule was a quiet, prosperous fishing village, governed by the commune of Mandelieu, until it became a separate municipality in 1929.

Rising above this picturesque little cove is the imposing, medieval-style Château des Mineurs. Built between 1918 and 1920 by Harry Leland de Lengley, the crenellated castle is constructed from large red stone and is flanked by two square towers. Viewed from here, the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea below, gently crashing on the shores of La Napoule Bay, and stretching far beyond the horizon… are breathtaking and have inspired artists and poets for ever so long, and will continue to do so; there are many small villages and hamlets within reach of Théoule-sur-Mer.

Théoule-sur-Mer is surrounded by absolutely beautiful landscapes and enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate with long, warm summers and short, mild winters. This makes it the perfect place for those who enjoy getting out and who prefer a slightly quieter pace of life to the hustle and bustle of its more famous neighbouring communes. The region has many kilometres of sidewalks and trails from which you can explore the nearby oak and maritime pine forests of the Tanneron mountain range.

As a coastal port, water activities are very popular in summer; sailing, water skiing, swimming, diving and fishing. You can also enjoy horseback riding, a host of guided tours, a number of beautiful and challenging golf courses and, many festivals, carnivals and concerts held in the area every year.

The districts

The Town Centre
Mediterranean vibrancy, shops and restaurants.

La Napoule
A picturesque marina, beaches and the historic castle.

Le Trayas
A natural paradise, ideal for hiking in the great outdoors.

Le Grand Duc
A residential area offering spectacular panoramic views.

Golden sandy beaches and a beautiful coastal promenade.

The activities

Théoule-sur-Mer, nestling on the French Riviera, offers a myriad of captivating activities for visitors seeking sun, sea and exploration.

While its golden beaches are perfect for relaxation and water sports, its seafront promenade invites romantic strolls and offers spectacular views of the Mediterranean.

Passionate about history and culture? Then a visit to the Château de La Napoule, a renovated medieval monument housing a museum and surrounded by magnificent gardens, is a must.

Hiking and outdoor enthusiasts will find joy in the trails of the Estérel mountains, with their red rocky landscapes and panoramic coastal views.

La Figuerette port offers water-based activities from sailing to scuba diving, and the nearby Royal Mougins Golf Club delights golf aficionados.

Local restaurants celebrate Provençal cuisine and picturesque markets brim with fresh produce. Throughout the year, the region hosts cultural festivals, art exhibitions and exceptional musical events.

The schools

Preschools and Elementary Schools: Théoule-sur-Mer has preschools and elementary schools for young children.

Middle and High Schools: Older pupils can attend schools in neighbouring towns such as Cannes, Mandelieu-la-Napoule or La Napoule, which offer both state-run and public middle and high schools.

Higher Education Institutions: For higher education, students have the option to enrol in institutions nearby, including those in Cannes, Nice and surrounding areas.

Training Centres: The region offers professional training centres for those seeking specific training or skill development opportunities.

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