Cap d’Ail

Cap d’Ail – proximity to Monaco, beauty and privacy

Cap d’Ail borders Monaco in the direction of Beaulieu and Cap Ferrat. Cap in French means “cape, headland”.

Cap d’Ail is less well known than Cap Ferrat or Cap d’Antibes, but it is nevertheless breathtakingly beautiful and more intimate.

This paradise on the Riviera was made for pleasure and holidays. Wild cliffs, emerald sea, beautiful Belle Epoque villas, and the lovely Sacha Guitry park will enchant you.

Cap d’Ail is famous for its rocky walks along the coast from the Mala Beach to Marquet Beach on the border with Monaco. Close to Port Marquet there is the Monaco heli-pad which is used by private helicopters from Nice airport.

Proximity to Monaco, beauty and privacy explain the high prices here.  Very few properties come on the market here.

About the city

Cap d’Ail –  proximity to Monaco, beauty and privacy


Buying apartments on Cap d’Ail


The recent history of Cap d’Ail starts with the construction of a luxurious palace hotel Eden at the end of the 19th century that was converted into apartments after the Second World War.

Eden remains one of the most prestigious residences for buying a flat in Cap d’Ail. Large apartments here cost around 2 to 4 million euros, and the waiting list among Belle Epoque lovers is never-ending.

By purchasing an apartment on Cap d’Ail in the Eden Palace our clients get a property in a location that combines magical beauty, luxurious architecture, large interior spaces, high ceilings and proximity both to the beaches and Monaco.

Apartments on Cap d’Ail within walking distance of the Mala Beach are the most sought after.

There are also some villas that have been divided up into apartments, so it is possible to find a perfect compromise between an apartment and a house.

Buying a villa on Cap d’Ail

Historically, the part of the headland closest to the Mala beach and the Eden residence remains the most prestigious area of Cap d’Ail. You can take a lovely walk along the sea from here to Port Marquet in Monaco.

There are a lot of historical residences here that were once owned by prominent figures.

A villa on Cap d’Ail in this area is associated with the beautiful architecture of a historical building, panoramic views of the sea and the cliffs, and being within walking distance of the beaches and Monaco.

Compared to the other headlands of the French Riviera, Cap d’Ail is smaller and more intimate.

Monaco residents often consider property for their annual rentals here.


Property in the city Cap d’Ail