Living in Monaco


An outstanding living environment

Along the coast, choosing to live in Monaco means choosing an exceptional quality of life in a safe country, enjoying international notoriety and a Mediterranean climate all year round throughout the year.

The Principality of Monaco hosts prestigious cultural and sporting events (the Monte Carlo International Jumping, the famous Formula 1 Grand Prix, the Rolex Masters Tennis Open, the Monaco Yacht Show, famous exhibitions, concerts and shows, etc.).

Political, economic and social stability make the Principality a top destination.

An economic hub in the heart of Europe:

Located near Nice airport, which serves more than 100 destinations by direct flight, the Principality of Monaco is also a dynamic and diversified economic platform. Numerous sectors of activity are represented in the Principality, thanks in particular to an attractive tax system for business creation, but also for individuals.

Indeed, the Principality is characterized by the tax advantages it offers, namely a "soft" tax system: no income tax, property tax, council tax or business tax. In addition, companies making more than 75% of their turnover in the Principality are not subject to profit tax.

Luxury Homes

Living in a luxury home in an extraordinary location is another of the many advantages of living in Monaco. Some apartments buildings have swimming pools, fitness areas and spas, as well as 24/7 concierge services. 

Numerous apartment buildings built in the ’70s or ’80s have been entirely renovated with top quality finishing and, in recent years, several new luxury developments have taken their place along Monaco’s skyline. The impressive Portier Cove land extension project will allow more apartment buildings and villas in Monaco’s future eco-district to enter the property market.