The Principality of Monaco, set in the French Riviera, with beaches washed by the blue Mediterranean waters, is the perfect playground for the rich and famous. Nothing could be easier in Monte-Carlo than to enjoy by the Mediterranean Sea.
From the legacy of traditional attractions to more uncommon and never done before experiences, anything is possible in Monaco.
Monaco offers a tonne of fun in the blue Mediterranean Sea for the adventure enthusiasts. No matter if a person is a die-hard fan or a beginner, they will love the incredible marine life and warm water all along the coast anyway. Race on a jet ski around the super yachts over the Mediterranean Sea at high speed with the wind in the hair and flying their way across the water or going for a banana boat ride. Flying with parascending and catching a glimpse of the principality from the sky and finishing the flight with a dip in the water. The snowboard of the sea, wakeboarding in the Mediterranean is hours of fun. Strapping on a wakeboard and letting a motorboat tow over the waves at speeds of up to 40km. Going for a fly-fish ride in an inflatable raft for thrills and spilling in the water.
Lovers of all things water can do and also go for snorkeling and discovering the rich secrets of the Monaco sea bed or choosing to go on a marine excursion to discovering whales, sperm whales, and dolphins. If anybody would like to feel like a captain for a day, they should be giving sailing a shot too and for that, the Monaco yacht club is a safe and reliable option.
For a relaxing day out in the principality, sunbathe on the one and only larvotto beach which is located on the avenue princess grace. The beach also has a handiplage site which welcomes people with disabilities and reduced mobility to enable them to enjoy swimming in the sea. As a boon for the partially sighted users, the seaside can be enjoyed in complete freedom and safety. With soft sand, glittering summer sunshine, numerous restaurants, alongside volleyball court and playground area for kids, larvotto beach is one of the gems of Monaco. The beautiful sea views here are a real pleasure to one’s eyes.
A modern town, Monaco has extended its territory by reclaiming land from the sea; one shouldn’t definitely miss the Fontvieille district rising up from the water. To start the Fontvieille walk, they should embark on the sculpture path and discover beautiful monumental works by world-famous artists. Next, making their way to the heart shaped rose garden.
To experience traditional Monaco, a visit to the local markets at La Condamine is a must. The Esplanade is surrounded by shaded arcades, making it a popular sport for locals to congregate. Next, meander on to Port Hercule. The port is home to many bars, restaurants, and cafes where one can stop for a leisurely drink. Finally, move on to Moneghetti, an area dotted with private villas from the early 20th century. Discover the jaw-dropping Alpine beauty. Go hiking to the Via Alpina, a European trail from Monaco to the Italian city of Trieste, travel through not less than eight countries around the Alps: France, Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Slovenia and the principality of Monaco. A perfect adventure trail for all the hikers. THE European trail covers 5000 kilometres in 342 stages. There are five separate trails, from which the red trail is the longest as it connects Trieste to Monaco. Trekking the Via Alpina is an incredible experience in itself. Rediscover the simplicity and calmness of the nature in the Alps!
Monaco is a gorgeous little country combining top-notch European luxury with the idyllic splendor of the Mediterranean Sea. Thanks to its daily sunshine and great outdoors that are extremely favoured in the principality.