Nos Services

Nous vous accompagnons tout au long du processus de vente.
Nous proposons également un service après vente qui vous suivra jusqu'à l'installation dans votre nouvelle maison.


understanding your requirements.


a detailed description all properties proposed.


real visits to all the properties we offer for sale.


the best deal possible for you.

Help you

getting the best financial and legal advices.


all tasks connected to a smooth hand over of your dream property.



Ma femme et moi recommandons les services d'AB Real Estate sans la moindre hésitation!

-Peter & Dorothy Le Grys

AB Real Estate est une agence très bien informée, très active, avec une connaissance approfondie de la région ainsi que la législation en vigueur. Le service après vente de la propriété était fabuleux. Merci pour tout !

-James S.
Mediterranean Sea

Languedoc takes up half of France's Mediterranean coast with four of the five Departements of the region bordering the Mediterranean Sea. There is 177km (110 miles) of coastline and 42 beaches to choose from and includes some of the most beautiful beaches in the south of France; as the tides are very small they are generally safe for swimming... (More)

The Region

In the very south of France, the stunning region of Languedoc-Roussillon runs along the Mediterranean coast and nestles between the Rhone Valley and Pyrénées Mountains. Comprising the Départements (counties) of Aude (11), Gard (30), Hérault (34), Lozère (48) and Pyrénées Orientales (66), it has everything you could possibly want mostly within an easy drive from wherever you might be located... (More)


The climate is typically Mediterranean with mild winters, consistently dry summers, and moderate springs and autumns. It is France's sunniest area with 300 days of sunshine each year. However, the region covers a large area, and for various reasons including the varied teraine the weather can vary considerably within its borders. In the mountains the winters tend to be colder and snowy, whereas the coastline, sheltered by mountains, tends to be sunnier and warmer than the inland areas. After Corsica, the Languedoc-Roussillon region is the hottest in France... (More)

Wine and Gastronomy

Or why not just take it easy and work your way around the multitude of excellent restaurants - perhaps sampling the fresh seafood this region is famous for, particularly the oysters from Bouzigues. Or tasting wine in our distinguished and well-reputed domains. Perhaps simply escape the midday sun in a shady corner of your terrace while sipping some chilled wine - probably from the vines in the vista in front of you... (More)

History Languedoc

The Languedoc-Roussillon region has been inhabited by humans for over 450 thousand years. Today you can still see their wonderful cave paintings, such as those in Chauvet, Lascaux and Niaux. Situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, the region soon became an extremely important trade route and a major market for northern Europe. From 600 BC the Greeks began arriving and settling, founding the cities of Marseille and Agde. With them they brought their traditions of olive and grape cultivation which are still an important part of the local economy today... (More)


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