Next Episode of Homes by the Med is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The show that visits the best homes by the sea, to find out what makes the perfect coastal property, heads to Spain for a new series.
Architectural designer Charlie Luxton visits the rugged coastline of the Costa Brava. Located in the autonomous and fiercely proud region of Catalonia, Costa Brava means 'Wild Coast' and is an area renowned for its rocky shoreline that tumbles into the Mediterranean sea. CadaquÚs, on the beautiful Cap de Creus, attracted artists such as Matisse and Picasso, while Salvador DalÝ was a permanent resident. Charlie visits a surreal and abstract home made up of ten interlocking cubes of white render and reinforced glass. There's also a townhouse; and, at a medieval walled town inland, Charlie visits a contemporary home built using stone quarried locally. In Begur, Charlie learns how to make a tasty Catalan version of paella. In Tamariu, he visits a home with two swimming pools cut into a cliff; before heading for a farmhouse in the mountains.
Charlie visits a minimalist home near St Tropez, a hilltop mansion, a villa overlooking Cap Ferrat, a rustic farmhouse that was once home to perfume-making monks, and Brigitte Bardot's former home
Charlie heads to the Mediterranean island and visits a home carved in the rocks, a finca in a forest and an award-winning eco home in an orchard of figs
Charlie Luxton visits the spectacular island of Crete to find some amazing properties, including a palace of glass, metal and rock and a tiny mobile home in an olive grove
Charlie Luxton visits a cruise ship on dry land, and a modern masterpiece designed to deal with the Spanish sun
There's a townhouse perched precariously over sea caverns this time, a renovated cottage, a posh farmhouse, and a super sustainable home
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