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Where the Rhône and Saône rivers meet in Lyon, you'll find the second largest metropolitan area in France, after Paris. Lyon has been known for several centuries as the French capital of gastronomy, due to its number of famous chefs and proximity to two of France's best known wine-growing regions: the Beaujolais to the North, and the Côtes du Rhône to the South.

It is here you will find the most gorgeous farms, and estates, which take advantage of this region's beautiful natural landscape.

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Known for hiking and winter sports, the Rhône-Alpes has snow-capped peaks, and is where the Rhône River begins and flows to the Mediterranean. In the Rhône valley, visit vineyards, medieval castles, and ancient Roman ruins. This region also offers several glistening lakes, including Lake Annecy and Lake Bourget, the largest natural lake in France. If you are unsure as to where to find a property for sale in the Rhone Alpes, why not discover the city of Evian, the birthplace of natural mineral water known throughout the world, situated between Lake Geneva and the Alps.

Rhône-Alpes Highlights

You cannot visit the region, in search of your next Rhône-Alpes property for sale, without experiencing its famous cuisine. The best means of doing so is to visit one of the Bouchons, a very typical and traditional restaurant in Lyon, which only serves local, traditional Lyonnais dishes and local wines. Rural areas along the northern departments of this area are known for their agricultural industries.

Départements: Ain, Ardèche, Drôme, Haute-Savoie, Isère, Loire, Rhône, and Savoie.

Capital: Lyon

Regional Wine: Beaujolais wine is very popular in Lyon and remains the most common table wine served with local dishes. Lyon Chartreuse liqueur is also made in this région.

Good to know:

  • Rhône-Alpes is located on the Eastern border of France, above the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur région.

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