What used to be a small fishing village is now a 12km-long coastline of beaches, lavender trees and cicadas where the sun rarely stops shining. Le Lavandou is the gem of the southern coast of France. Similarly to other Côte d’Azur landmarks, Le Lavandou is home to many nightclubs, luxury restaurants and expensive yachts.
Despite having all the expected southern coast amenities, Le Lavandou attracts an eclectic and interesting crowd. From the divers wanting to explore the crystal clear waters to the campers taking advantage of the pristine Massif des Maures campsites or the wealthy Parisians looking to sunbathe, the area always feels reassuringly familiar. Properties rarely see a decrease in value and are always a good investment opportunity for those wishing to make them their second homes.