Provence still has plenty to offer, in stunning surroundings with lots of choice.
The market in Spain offers variety and value for money, but you need to know what's what. Here are our top tips for buying a Spanish home.
Demand for property near the Italian Lakes is strong, and early-19th century mansions are virtually priceless althuogh more reasonable houses can be found in the southern Alps.
In contrast with the longer-established resorts on Long Island or in Massachussetts, Maryland attracts discreetly affluent urban buyers.
Buy a rural property well away from the coast, or choose a coastal area within a protected national park which can never be developed, and you won't go wrong in…
Agents are ‘amazed’ at the number of would-be purchasers lining up to buy in Gibraltar, as properties available are rising in both price and quality.
Country-loving Britons have sought refuge in the northern Italian hills for years—and still they come. Why? Look to the euro, and to the landscape, and to the wonder-cities nearby.
From the vineyards threading between Florence and Siena to the popular 'Chianti-shire' and growingly-recognised Lucchesia, Carla Passino locates the varied, but universally desirable hotspots of the Tuscan property market.
Tuscany has never been more popular with British buyers but good houses are in short supply and restoration can often prove cumbersome.
Carla Passino finds the buyers' market in Venice a tough one as Italians increasingly choose to invest in property.
Despite the events of September 11, the Spanish property market is booming and, in particular, recent close scrutiny by German tax authorities has meant that opportunities to buy in Mallorca…
Spain is the destination of choice for British second-home buyers, says Penny Churchill
With a constant rate of growth in the number of foreign residents looking to buy second homes, Spain, and particularly Mallorca are wise choices for investment, agree estate agents in…