Argelès-sur-Mer, Pyrénées-Orientale, France.
This exceptional Belle-Époque style villa was designed in 1898 by renowned Danish architect Viggo Dorph-Petersen. To add to its illustrious history, Salvador Dali used to vacation in the gorgeous property in the 1930s. In 2007, it was subject to a luxury renovation in a manner that combined its rich history with modern comforts.
In addition to stunning views of the Mediterranean, the property boasts private sea access, as well as 400 m² of terraces, patios and verandas. The villa measures 607 m², while the surrounding land – festooned with palms and greenery – spans 1,045 m². The villa features five bedrooms, generous living and dining facilities, a sauna, a spa, a wine cellar and four parking spaces.