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The peninsula of billionaires
Between Nice and Monaco, the small peninsula of Cap Ferrat breaks all records with a price per square meter that sometimes exceeds 229,000 dollars (200,000 euros) for the most luxurious of its six hundred properties. The site frequented by Leopold II, the King of the Belgians at the beginning of the 20th century, then by the English aristocrats and American magnates, has seen its prices increase tenfold with the arrival of the Russian oligarchs since the early 2000s. The owners appreciate the tranquillity of this land with lush vegetation and a relief offering privileged views and the security guaranteed by the unique access road and the omnipresence of surveillance cameras.
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