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The Radiance Club presents



The place was popular among many personalities, including Princess Grace of Monaco, who came here to relax.

This exceptional and unique property is located in the charming village of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin,

just above Monaco.

L’Aumônerie, or the beehive, as Henry Clarke and Raymond Poteau liked to call it, is a property that extends over 450m2 and was created piece by piece around a garden, by the successive acquisition of houses and plots.

This is what gives the property its authentic charm, cultivated with great care by the decorator John-Mark Horton,

who entrusted us with the keys.

Several possibilities are available to you, including renting the entire property, renting only one of the two houses or even a suite for an exceptional stay, such as a guest house would welcome you.

The wonderful garden and interiors are also available for your events, weddings, celebrations, seminars, receptions, product launches or movie shootings…

L’Aumônerie is ideal for all occasions.

Les Deux Frères



Les Deux Frères is a hotel-restaurant located in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin Village, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and Monaco. This charming hotel is housed in an old school built in 1854 on a hill.

7 rooms are available throughout the year.

At the restaurant Les Deux Frères, guests can enjoy a good meal in our elegant on-site restaurant or relax at the bar and enjoy the view of Monaco and Cap-Martin.

The restaurant has a fireplace and a magnificent terrace

with view on the sea.

Our chef, Louis Lagrange, will prepare refined and tasty dishes, mainly based on local seasonal products.





Conrad 1st, Count of Vintimiglia, built this fortified castle in 970 to defend the Western border of his feudal domain from attack by hordes of Saracens that rampaged around the area, both on land and sea. Initially the entire village was encompassed by the fortress. The keep’s military strength was reinforced in the 15th century by the Grimaldi family. In 1808  the castle was sold as a “Bien National” to five Roquebrune inhabitants. A century later, in 1911, it was sold again – this time to wealthy Englishman Sir William Ingram, who set about renovating it but eventually gave it to the town of Roquebrune in 1921.

The fortress overlooks the medieval village and its atmospheric alleyways, sometimes carved out of the rock itself.

Sites not to miss in the village of Roquebrune: the lavoir (traditional washing place), Place des Deux Frères, St Marguerite Church, the replica of a smithy, Rue Montcollet, Place du Capitaine Vincent, the Thousand-year-old Oak and of course the Castle. Magnificent views

Villa Stonehenge



Welcome to this fantastic contemporary property built in 2017, located in the town of Saint-Tropez, in the Pierre Plantée district, in a quiet and sought-after area, overlooking the bay of Canoubiers.
With a surface of 600 m2 on a plot of 2,200 m2, it offers 8 suites, 6 of which have a terrace, 2 equipped kitchens, a living room, a hammam, a massage room and a cinema room.
The outdoor offers a garden with a heated and lighted swimming pool of 17 m x 4.5 m, a pool house, a pétanque court, a closed garage for 2 cars as well as outdoor parking for 6 cars. Sea view from the first floor.
Only five minutes by car from the port and the Place des Lices (easy access to the beaches).