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Property for Sale in Monaco Monte-Carlo
Although commonly thought of as the capital of Monaco, Monte-Carlo is actually name given to one of the four areas of the Principality, which sits on the Mediterranean coast on the French Riviera. In this vibrant district in the heart of Monaco, many shopping and leisure facilities can be found, including the world famous Casino de Monte-Carlo, which opened in 1863, the opera and designer fashion boutiques. Monte-Carlo real estate for sale is predominantly residential, although commercial properties do appear on the market. Monte-Carlo is also home to the highly sought-after Carré d’Or quarter.To buy a property for sale in Monaco Monte Carlo is to live in luxury in the principality’s most prestigious neighbourhood.
La Costa Properties Monaco has a wealth of experience in the Monaco real estate market, with a large portfolio of property for sale in Monaco Monte Carlo . With a huge choice of Monte Carlo real estate for sale, from studio apartments to expansive split-level penthouses, our team is highly qualified to offer advice on all aspects of buying property in Monaco and will help you find exactly what you are looking for.
Interesting Facts About Monaco
Here are 5 fascinating facts about Monaco:
According to the US CIA, residents of Monaco have the world's longest lifespan. At 89.52 years, the expected lifespan of Monegasque residents is approximately five years longer than the expected lifespan of residents of Japan.
Although no private jets are allowed to land in Monaco, it is possible to arrive from the skies. The nearest airport is the Nice Cote d’Azur International airport in Nice, 30 minutes away. Monaco residents can use the Principality’s heliport in Fontvieille to get to Nice by helicopter in just seven minutes. A flight departs every 15 minutes from either Nice Côte d’Azur Airport or Monaco.
There are approximately 37,800 registered citizens in Monaco, with only 6,000 being Monegasque passport holders. The remaining citizens come from more than 125 other countries, making the Principality an internationally cosmopolitan place to live - perfect for expats.
Monaco’s Casino de Monte Carlo has featured as the backdrop to no less than three James Bond films - Casino Royale, GoldenEye and Never Say Never Again - as well as featuring in a number of other movies, such as Ocean’s Twelve. It was also chosen as a location for one of Kylie Minogue’s singles 'On a Night Like This' in 2000.
The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most famous formula one races in the world. Ayrton Senna holds the record for the most wins on the track, coming first 6 times. The constructor with the most wins is McLaren.