Capo Mortola and Cap-Martin, Menton has been inhabited since the
Paleolithic age as evidenced by the excavations at the Balzi Rossi
caves. The Via Julia Augusta which connected
Ventimiglia to Nice and the latter in Rome crossed the city but the
history of Menton is very particular. Until 1848 it remains under the dominion and is part of the Principality of Monaco as well as the neighboring Roquebrune. Its history is a succession of flag changes including a military occupation from 1940 to 1943 by Italy. Today
the pearl of the Côte d'Azur, thanks to its mild climate and its
gardens is a very well known and appreciated tourist destination.
headquarters of the Science Po University and the nursing school bring
further development to the city and make it an ideal rental investment
with student leases
Town house for sale with private parking and two quiet terraces facing west. This 135 m² house consists of two four-room apartments, one on ...
Located on Boulevard de Garavan, a prestigious residential area, in a quiet area, for sale charming town house dating from 1930 with an area ...
Nestled in lush greenery, in absolute calm in the Upper Mortola sector Built on a plot of 3,000m², splendid villa bathed in sunshine and ...
A chic bohemian spirit in this 107 m2 townhouse in Menton, very close to the city. The interior, with atypical volumes, is composed, The ...
At 2 minutes from downtown Menton, your real estate agency Gim'Seller offers for sale this beautiful house divided into 3 flats for a total ...