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Emile Garcin Aix en Provence

Picture the colourful stands of a Provence market, snaking their way through the winding streets of an award-winning village. Nestling at the end of a line of plane trees, an ancient farmhouse bathes in the afternoon sun to the unmistakable sound of grasshoppers. Above the tiled roofs of Aix-en-P...

Emile Garcin Alpilles & Avignon

With its backdrop of limestone hillsides once immortalised by Vincent Van Gogh, country lanes winding their way through olive groves and wheat fields, villages adorned with water fountains, and the traditional local markets frequented by the region’s many Michelin-starred chefs, the region of the...

Emile Garcin Belgique

Boasting delightful green spaces full of protected plant species and a rich historical heritage, internationally-renowned Brussels offers an exceptional quality of life to visitors and residents alike. Whether it be iconic buildings in the city’s trademark Art Nouveau style, the neo-classical arc...

Emile Garcin Biarritz - Cote Basque

Following the lead of Empress Eugenie, the wife of Napoleon III, the European aristocracy were to make Biarritz’s Place Bellevue one of the chosen destinations for the 19th century high society. They were followed by the social elite of the Belle Epoque and Roaring Twenties, who were next to samp...

Emile Garcin Bordeaux

An internationally-renowned city with fine urban cycling facilities, Bordeaux offers visitors and residents alike an exceptionally high quality of life. With highlights including its numerous green spaces, the banks of the River Garnne and the vast tree-lined forecourt of the Place des Quinconces...

Emile Garcin Bretagne

Paths winding their way through the hazardous rocky coastline; an estuary serving as refuge for fish and birdlife fatigued by the open sea; countryside adorned by heather moorland and maritime pines overlooked by the watchful gaze of a lighthouse: under the ever-changing blues of its skies, many...

Emile Garcin Cévennes & Languedoc

Boasting an endless network of hiking trails giving visitors access to its abundance of hidden treasures, the region of the Cévennes is blessed with a series of simply epic geographical features that never fail to ignite the senses of its visitors. Enthused by a donkey-back voyage over the local...

Emile Garcin Côte d'Azur

Henri Matisse first discovered the Côte d’Azur in 1917, and would never again turn his back on it. Unable to resist the charms of the region’s natural light, glistening waters and delightful climate, he settled down in Nice, where he would continue to paint until the end of his life. Whether it b...

Emile Garcin Drôme & Ventoux

The stone houses of medieval villages perched on their rocky hilltops; the cottages of the Pays de Grignan area sleepily resting in meadows, conjuring up the ancient image of a shepherd herding his flock or the farmer working his land; gourmet dining experiences introducing visitors to Tricastin...

Emile Garcin Luberon

This is the region where Nicolas de Staël painted delicate silhouettes of the rolling hills, where Pablo Picasso acquired a house for his lover and muse Dora Maar in 1944, and where, more recently, François Ozon shot Swimming Pool. The commune of Ménerbes, built atop a rocky outcrop and officiall...

Emile Garcin Marrakech

A veritable feast for the soul and senses, the charms of Marrakesh do not lend themselves easily to words. Instead, the city’s delights must be found first-hand in its medina, one of the biggest in North Africa, against the backdrop of the 40,000 craftsman who work there. Or in the Majorelle Gard...

Emile Garcin Marseille & Littoral

Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, countless lonely travellers laid down their suitcases in Marseille, the cosmopolitan “Gate to the East” that has eternally been shrouded by the mystery of the exotic destinations that lie beyond its shores. Whether strangers in search of new lands or great...

Emile Garcin Megève

Making your way to your piste-side chalet at dusk on a sunny day, as night falls sweetly over the snowy peaks, you pass below farms and chapels overlooked by charming evergreen forests. Pushing open the door, you enter a warm and comfortable environment whose spacious living areas are enhanced by...

Emile Garcin Neuilly sur Seine

From a beautiful 18th century family house located between Vaucresson and Garches, set against the stunning verdant backdrop of Saint-Cloud, its vast grounds housing French gardens designed by Le Nôtre himself; to a prestigious apartment perched high above the leafy avenues of Levallois-Perret, a...

Emile Garcin Normandie

From the thatch-and-timberwork cottages of the Normandy heartland to the shale houses of Swiss Normandy, not to mention the limestone lodges of Calvados and the granite abodes of the English Channel coastline; the exceptional geographic and geological riches of Normandy’s natural environment serv...

Emile Garcin Paris Rive Droite

Illuminated shop windows providing the backdrop to the commotion of the grand boulevards; the famous billboard at the Olympia announcing the arrival of the biggest names in music from France and abroad; Chagall’s splendid golden ornaments decorating the ceiling at the Opéra Garnier; lamp-posts ge...

Emile Garcin Paris Rive Gauche

Having traditionally inhabited the Drouot on the Right Bank, Parisian antique dealers progressively migrated south to set up shop in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, a neighbourhood whose dynamic creative and intellectual spirit better suited their objects of all styles and from all ages. It is at the hea...

Emile Garcin Périgord

From north to south, east to west, autumn to winter, and spring to summer, the varied countryside of the Périgord is forever awash with vivid and beautiful colours: the white of its chalky soils, the black of its dense forests, the green of its oak woodlands, and the purple of its vines in Octobe...

Emile Garcin Propriétés & Châteaux

Located on the capital’s Left Bank, in the heart of the iconic antique district, Emile Garcin Propriétés & Châteaux proud to present the most exceptional properties from its catalogue of unique luxury real estate. Built on land charged with historic significance, where one can easily imagine the...

Emile Garcin Saint-Tropez & Littoral

From the golden sands of the beaches of Pampelonne and Escalet to the deep blue of the omnipresent Mediterranean Sea; from the bright green of the umbrella pines to the vibrant blue and pink of the tamarisks: having fallen in love with Saint-Tropez’s natural beauty over a summer spent in the area...

Emile Garcin Suisse

From the residential areas of Geneva to the chalets of Crans-Montana, a world-renowned ski resort, the Riviera of Vaud, French-speaking part of Switzerland is set in an exceptional geographical landscape. Breathtaking panoramas with views on the Lake of Geneva dominated by the Alps, the Rhone Val...

Emile Garcin Tanger

A point of cultural intersection between Europe, Africa, the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, Tangier offers an intoxicating blend of the exotic and the modern. Tangier is secret, as demonstrated by the mystery of Window at Tangier, Entrance to the Kasbah and Bay View of Tangier, Henri Matisse’s t...

Emile Garcin Toulouse

Overlooked by the delightful terraces of its trademark architecture, Toulouse offers an idyllic combination of economic and cultural dynamism. Yet the so-called Pink City is also blessed with a historical heritage that proudly displays in the form of its famous building bricks, first introduced b...

Emile Garcin Uzès & Camargue

Emile Garcin Uzès & Camargue is housed within the walls of the Hôtel Baron de Catille, located on the Place de l’Evêché and overlooked by the Saint-Théodorit cathedral and the towering Tour Fenestrelle. Originally constructed in the 13th century, the building was the subject of an 18th century ma...

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