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Monaco lights up the world with its legendary beauty, dazzling glamor, and authentic style. The country's economic development was spurred by the opening of the state's first casino, the Monte Carlo Casino, in the late 19th century and the railway connection to Paris. Since then, Monaco's mild climate, scenery, and gamblers' safe haven have contributed to the principality's status as a prestigious holiday and leisure destination. A visit to this miniature Mediterranean paradise is an invitation to luxuriate in moments of pure delight and an atmosphere of peace, relaxation, and well-being. Spooned by France, Monaco is bathed in fantasies along the wondrous Cote d’Azur. From prestigious hotels and spas, and private beaches, to water sports, cocktails by the sea, shopping sprees and walks through lush gardens, Monaco offers no shortage of stellar experiences for the distinguished luxury adventurer.
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You will be dazzled and amazed at each turn, at the heart of the City of Princes. From the old town, a veritable open-air museum, to the Place du Casino, unique in the world – walk, bike, or slow-drive to learn the history of the Grimaldis. There are numerous ways to discover the principality while wandering its streets and breathing in the Mediterranean air. Monaco’s modern city has extended its territory by reclaiming land from the sea. Explore the Fontvieille district “arising” from the water, where technology sits side by side with art. Immerse yourself in the heart of the teeming town by browsing around the authentic market of La Condamine or unlocking the charms of the Moneghetti area.
Fontvieille is a district completely reclaimed from the sea. The principality made use of modern technology to build this area and in return, Monaco chose to accommodate high-tech and non-polluting companies within it. Evening strolls along the water in Monaco are undeniably romantic if you can find just the right streets and corners such as those around Fontvieille Harbor at dusk. It’s close enough to the action so you don’t feel like you’re missing out. And yet, the play of lights and view of Monte Carlo from a slight distance makes it feel extra special.
Affectionately known in the area as Le Rocher or “The Rock,” Monaco-Ville is the south-central ward built on a headland going into the sea. Although it’s right in the center of Le Rocher, the ward was once a medieval village with a real sense of history about it. The area is full of practically silent streets, as soon as the sun sets that are designed for pedestrian use as only local people are allowed to drive around the area. It’s also illegal to ride a motorbike in Monaco-Ville after 10 p.m. Discover the old town through narrow alleyways from the middle ages leading to the picturesque Place Saint Nicolas and Placette Bosio, the cathedral, a Roman-Byzantine style building built in 1875. You will naturally find your way to the Place du Palais (The Prince's Palace), where every day at precisely 11:55 a.m., the changing of the guard takes place.
Les Moneghetti or Le Jardin Exotique (Exotic Garden) overlooks the principality. This is the district with a garden of the same name. Beautiful buildings such as the Ligures, the Patio Palace and the Harbour Light Palace offer a panoramic view over Monaco and the sea. This ward rises up into the rock, so you’ll probably want to turn your camera to this intriguing urban vista. Its hilliness makes it interesting; you get a real sense of your surroundings and the people passing by.
La Condamine and the port offer you the charm of a shopping district with Rue Grimaldi and its stores, the pedestrian area of Rue Princesse Caroline and the quays at the port with many bars and restaurants. Certain buildings like the Palais Heracles, the Ermanno Palace and the Bristol give you an exceptional view of the Monaco Grand Prix.
Probably the best-known part of Monaco and famous around the world for its casino and its palm-tree-lined streets, Monte Carlo (Spélugues) is the country’s official administrative area. It is the principal residential and resort area which includes the mentioned Monte Carlo Casino and Hotel de Paris among other landmarks. The construction of Monte Carlo began in 1870, during the reign of Charles III, and it occupies the old Spelugues plateau. This area contains the largest concentration of chic Monaco shopping venues amongst which are the most beautiful commercial centers in Europe. The most north easterly point of Monaco is the Larvotto ward. It borders Roquebrune-Cap-Martin and Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. It’s home to the Grimaldi Forum conference center on the seafront. Named after Grace Kelly, the Avenue Princesse Grace is found near Larvotto beach and it is home to the stunning Japanese Gardens, a favorite spot to enjoy the afternoon sunshine.
Monaco seems as a favorite focal point of the enchanting backcountry and adjoining French villages or communes on the Cote d'Azur. It is spooned by France and caressed by the Mediterranean waves. These farther neighborhoods seamlessly blend with Monaco's landscape and perfectly complement its splendor. Cruise the A8 and follow in the tracks of 007 driving the French Riviera in style and fully absorb the beauty of Monaco’s surroundings.
Cap d'Ail stretches along a peaceful part of the coast, at the border with the principality of Monaco. When you arrive, take the road overlooking the coast until you reach the _Tete de Chien _viewing point from where you will have a superb panorama of Italy and the Var coastline. Cap d'Ail has been listed as a health resort since 1921. The quality of its seawater has earned it the Blue Flag for its three beaches: Marquet beach, the best for families with its yacht club and two restaurants; Mala beach and Pissarelles beach. Cap d'Ail also has a small harbor providing 253 berths. Regattas and sea festivals are organized during the holiday season, attracting many visitors. Soak in the excitement of the maritime highlife staying at the spectacular Villa Monaco, lauded for wondrous Mediterranean panoramas, immaculate gardens, and a spellbinding design fusing Provencal grandeur with Tinseltown glam.
Beausoleil is a commune in the Alpes-Maritimes department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France stretching out like an amphitheater above Monaco. The municipality was created relatively recently (1904), and is renowned for its Belle Epoque architecture.The finest example is the Riviera Palace, a historic monument, including a winter garden built by the Eiffel company, which also erected the covered market with its metal structure. Like a Montmartre of the Riviera, clinging to the slope, Beausoleil has an uninterrupted view of the principality, its casino, skyscrapers and the Mediterranean Sea in the distance. It has innumerable stairways, lined with houses painted in Italian colors, that go through the town, and you’ll be able to marvel at the equally innumerable terraces and balconies perched above the Big Blue. It’s a rather dizzying view which gives Beausoleil its one-of-a-kind, remarkable style, especially as it also boasts many parks and gardens with fragrances of the south. If you love the Belle Epoque you’ll be in heaven at Beausoleil.
This splendid seaside resort perched at an altitude of 300 meters is spread over 933 hectares superbly located on the French Riviera, a few kilometers from the Italian border. The history of Roquebrune Cap Martin is present everywhere to the delight of architecture enthusiasts or those nostalgic for the Roaring Twenties. The past reveals itself in the medieval village and castle, St. Marguerite's church, the ancient olive tree, the cave of Vallonet and Le Corbusier's cabin. The villas, some of which resemble palaces, remind us that here, in Roquebrune, statesmen, royalty, writers, and artists all came looking for inspiration and rest: Winston Churchill, Coco Chanel, Sacha Guitry, Jacques Brel, Silvana Mangano, to name a few. No property embodies this unmatched cultural legacy quite like Villa Eleonora, a sublime architectural masterwork brimming with original Belle Epoque grandeur. Sublime elegance and historic splendor have a new name, with this incomparable property redefining the Monacan luxury getaway.
Eze village is one of the most picturesque villages in the department and is a must-visit. Lush vegetation of banana, date, carob, orange and lemon trees testifies to the very pleasant climate most of the year. Perched in an eagle's nest at the top of an imposing and superb cliff, you will see the village and its light ochre church from afar. Once you have crossed the gate, you will discover a small Provencal village full of charm, offering superb panoramas of the sea and the coast. Small cobblestone lanes, vaulted passages, superbly restored stone houses, shaded squares, refreshing old fountains – the scenes change like a theatrical setting making it seem as if it were a mirage. It is that enchantingly beautiful! Many small craft shops might appeal to your curiosity (some look like small caves carved into the rock). Down below the village is the beach of the bay of Eze. It is easy to access on foot by taking the shaded Friedrich-Nietzsche path (at the end of the avenue du Jardin Exotique) descending into the sea. It is said that it was here, under the pines and olive trees, that Nietzsche got inspiration for the last part of his work, Thus Spoke Zarathustra. Take your Riviera adventure to the iconic hillsides of Eze, reveling in the glorious panoramas delivered from Villa Claire’s unmatched perch. WIth nearly five acres of manicured gardens at its disposal, this Monacan luxury vacation home offers the epitome of discretion in awe-inspiring surroundings.
The beach clubs in Monaco are magnifique! Although best known for its world-famous casinos, the F1 Grand Prix, and a lifestyle of glamor, Monaco’s picturesque coastline also means it has some breathtaking beaches. You can enjoy numerous water sports, including scuba diving, snorkeling, jet-skiing, wakeboarding, parasailing and many others.
This is an exotic Eden in France. The tiny village of Eze is stunning in its beauty and so is the exotic beach of Anjuna, where restless travelers can chill in the shade and listen to the water splashing at their feet. It is just at the foot of a cliff and every Sunday the beach arranges parties and celebrations, breaking the usual silence. This is when you can delight in gourmet Mediterranean cuisine and fine wines. Both a party place and a secluded, quiet spot, Anjuna beach definitely has it all.
This delightful beach is at the border of Fontvieille, Monaco, and Cap-d’Ail, just behind the Marriott hotel. The water is tranquil and safe. The beach meanders gently down into the sea, perfect for playing with children or just for a more regal entry into the waves than the usual sliding and balancing over hard stones. A perfect area for more prudent swimmers and water sports amateurs, with lifeguards during the summer. It features two restaurants, Naos and Uvita. Naos is a Greek bar-restaurant; while Uvita sets the mood in the evening with live music.
Every summer, party fans gather at the elegant and ultra-trendy place Nikki Beach by Fairmont Monte Carlo restaurant and beach club to enjoy a lively atmosphere from morning to night. Located on the 7th floor of the Fairmont Monte Carlo Hotel, the Nikki Beach Monte Carlo swimming pool is the gathering place if you want to have fun and lighten up. All ingredients are there to seduce Monegasques and travelers stopping over in Monaco: a magnificent view of the Principality of Monaco and the Mediterranean, a festive atmosphere and a sophisticated setting, all accompanied by a choice of gastronomic dishes to satisfy every appetite. The menu is indeed composed of international specialities for the cosmopolitan clientele. But what attracts the most refined clients to the Nikki Beach Monte Carlo is above all its musical program. Every summer, the greatest DJs of the international scene caress the decks of this beach club with guests swaying around or in the pool, to the sound of the best mixes, tasting champagne or cocktails prepared by the local mixologist.
This beach is in the middle of Larvotto beach. Like the public Larvotto beach, Note Bleu is covered with coarse white sand. The beach and restaurant are popular among visitors and locals alike. A most diverse clientele comes here not just to sunbathe or take a nap on pristine white pebbles, but also to enjoy amazing jazz music. La Note Bleue owes its name to a famous saxophone player, Barney Wilen from Nice.
The Monte Carlo Beach hotel private beach is the chic seaside rendezvous for the elite and travelers in search of elegance. This beach is an ideal place for a day out with the family or a significant other. Striped canvas cabins, solariums, tents and deckchairs offer total privacy. Alternatively, you can spend the day lazing by the heated Olympic, seawater swimming pool, part of the reputation of the place. Numerous water activities accessible from this beach, such as flyboarding, towed buoys, torpedoes, flying carpet, jet-ski, boat trips, or parasailing, ensure adrenaline and fun for the whole family. This is the most sophisticated beach in terms of service level. Enjoy the sun, sea and a refined cuisine served right to your tent. Les Cabanas restaurant offers simple yet varied cuisine, including wellness dishes using organic products and gourmet wood-oven pizzas.
Gastronomy in Monaco has been elevated to Olympian heights by masterful chefs who know so well how to share their passions and pass on the richness of the land. Delight in Monaco’s fine dining and enjoy the sheer luxury of excellent, refined cuisine as you experience the exciting world of top-of-the-range gastronomy, in which Michelin star-winning chefs compete to offer the very best in creativity and culinary subtlety. It’s an exceptional and rare scenario that pushes the best of the best to continually jostle for pole position. Few places in the world rival the principality for its variety of world-renowned restaurants, all located within a stone’s throw from one another.
If the Monaco Yacht Show masses become too overwhelming a presence, escape the center of town and drive out to Château Eza. The boutique hotel and its rustic restaurant are both hosted in the charming remains of a 400-year-old castle in the medieval village of Èze, a 30-minute journey from Monte Carlo. The château was once the writing retreat of a Swedish prince and now offers Riverian-style cuisine served up by Michelin-trained chef Matthieu Gasnier.
L’Hirondelle in Monaco is a restaurant of the Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo. You can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine with a focus on health and well-being. The menu features light dishes with local and seasonal products at the forefront. Chef Jean-Laurent Basile has created a healthy cuisine allowing you to treat yourself without feeling guilty. From homemade ricotta spinach ravioli to a Norwegian omelet, the low-calorie and gluten-free menu provides immediate, healthy and sensible pleasure.
With three Michelin stars, Le Louis XV is a decadent fine-dining experience at the Hotel of Paris. Led by chef Alain Ducasse, the restaurant offers fine-dining connoisseurs a unique culinary experience inspired by the French Riviera. The menu by chefs Dominique Lory and Alain Ducasse is fresh and contemporary. “Cuisine that sings of sunshine,” is how Ducasse describes the haute couture menu of Louis XV – Alain Ducasse at the Hôtel de Paris. His Riviera-inspired dishes are a celebration of the region’s very finest produce, flavors and colors, featuring locally caught fish, herbs, and vegetables grown in the nearby countryside and intensely flavorsome bouillons. Specialties include Gamberoni from San Remo with rockfish gelée and caviar or chilled langoustines, flavored with nectarine and verbena.
On the eighth floor of the prestigious Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, Le Grill offers outstanding panoramic views over the Mediterranean. In fine weather, the roof opens fully for sun-drenched lunches or starlit dinners. The menu features grilled meats that have forged the restaurant’s reputation. The cuisine is a return to the roots of everything that makes this place so magical. There is a promise of an exhilarating gastronomical experience. Franck Cerutti has been honing his impressive talents in the kitchens of the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo’s restaurants for decades.
With its southern Italian and French influences, the cuisine at La Table d’Antonio Salvatore is resolutely unique, and the dishes are simply sumptuous. “New Monegasque” is the certification some might award to this restaurant, with its penchant for the origins of artistic gastronomy. But La Table d’Antonio Salvatore is much more than just a culinary experience.
Yoshi, is the only Japanese restaurant on the Côte d’Azur since 2010 to have been awarded a Michelin star. The restaurant at the Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo is the first Japanese addition to Joël Robuchon’s Michelin Star-sprinkled list of eateries. Executive chef Takeo Yamazaki designs modern menus with clean flavors at this extraordinary venue, including dishes such as Wagyu no wasabi fumi (rib steak with wasabi and vegetables), Kabu to omaru-ebi (lobster ravioli and marinated turnips) and Foa gura to unagi (foie gras and grilled eel millefeuille) and serves them in a chic east-meets-west dining ambiance. Nigiris, makis, sashimi, fish or meat – all ingredient-driven dishes are created with the freshest premium produce and prepared on the Teppanyaki. The restaurant’s head sommelier has selected the best and rarest Japanese sake, whiskies or green teas for a perfect pairing with your meal.
For the world’s best buttery mashed potatoes, head to this Michelin-starred restaurant at the Hôtel Métropole just off Casino Square. Every detail, from the sumptuous décor designed by Jacques Garcia to the tea trolley frothing with pots of herbs, has been considered. The late Robuchon had more Michelin stars to his name than any other living chef. His name lives on in the safe hands of Executive Chef Christophe Cussac whose team conjures Mediterranean magic before your eyes in the open-plan kitchen. Classic dishes include John Dory fillet, foie-gras-stuffed quail and milk-fed lamb.
Situated side-by-side in Le Roccabella, Maya Bay's iconic Japanese restaurant was followed by its Thai offering next door. On the menu are the highest quality Asian dishes. Chef Rhuji Kakizaki created the menu at Restaurant Japonais, featuring a huge array of sushi, sashimi, dim sum and fragrant noodle soups. The tuna with red pepper, java pepper and timur berries is an excellent choice alongside the sautéed lobster with vegetables and chili. Chef Christophe Dupuy runs the show at Restaurant Thaïlandais, with a range of specialty curries, soups, salads, dumplings and spring rolls. Don't miss the 100% Wagyu beef tenderloin or the Maya crispy spit-roast duck.
Hosted inside the Monte Carlo Bay Resort, Chef Marcel Ravin serves up Caribbean-Mediterranean fusion cuisine at the Michelin-starred restaurant, Blue Bay. Guests on the terrace enjoy sea views while indoor parties watch their food being prepared in the open-plan kitchen. As well as offering freshly-caught fish, Blue Bay is an excellent spot for adventurous diners with extensive tasting menus on offer. Ravin’s daring signature dishes include green papaya spaghetti carbonara and the slow-cooked organic hen’s egg with cassava, truffle and passion fruit. Blue Bay also has an extensive wine cellar and a selection of Martinique rums.
In Monaco, the evenings are full of sparkle and the nights are magical! Bars, lounges, clubs – indoors or on terraces, at the seaside or under the stars, there’s always something trendy and fun to do: sip a delicious cocktail, listen to live music, or dance to the best DJs.
La Rascasse is a world-famous bar inside the penultimate corner of the Monaco Grand Prix track. Cars race around the perimeter of the building putting guests right in the center of the action. Located between the F1 pit lane and Paddock Club, guests get an insight into what is going on behind the scenes. Moreover, Rascasse is known for its parties and the atmosphere here is superb all weekend. It is the place to go in Monaco for a great night out.
Savor the best wines, champagnes and spirits and gourmet dishes in a tasteful, sophisticated setting. Take in the majestic view of the principality from the glorious Crystal Terrace while smoking a cigar and enjoying a vintage wine in a cozy, lounge atmosphere. In winter, this venue becomes the spot for lovers of champagne or original signature cocktails and is a hub for local events. During the summer, the Crystal Bar moves to the idyllic Excelsior Gardens and becomes the Crystal Lounge. It is a perfect blend of laid-back, relaxing style, with an air of grace truly setting it apart from the other bars in the area.
Hotel de Paris is home to Le Bar Américain where you can experience classic Monaco style with impeccable service and an extensive cocktail list. Enjoy a meal cooked by chef Frank Cerutti and his team on the panoramic terrace overlooking the Mediterranean and the Monte-Carlo Casino. With its unique decor and warm atmosphere, Le Bar Américain is the perfect place to relax. Inside you will find glossy, refined wood, burnish leather armchairs and soft, elegant lighting. In short, the bar looks like it belongs in a Fitzgerald’s novel. It has the atmosphere of the 1920s, with a discreet glamour and delicate charm. While table 16, facing the casino, is still the favorite among artists and celebrities. Sip a signature cocktail in this velvety, jazzy atmosphere. You are invited to try one of the signature cocktails; among them: Pulcinella with fresh tangerine or Nutcracker with Alain Ducasse’s Grey Goose vodka and hazelnut syrup. Cocktails all have poetic nicknames that change with the seasons. Something that has made the Bar Américain famous.
Based in a former concert hall just off the Place du Casino, the Monaco edition of this hip restaurant-bar chain has become a firm favorite with locals. The décor mixes Asian themes with décor inspired by the Garnier Opera House in Paris. The combination of eastern sculptures and baroque moldings creates a rich, comfortable setting, complemented by the chilled-out soundtrack making the place a perfect stop-off.
Haute couture permeates the experience at the Métropole Monte-Carlo’s Odyssey. An exceptional rooftop setting imagined and designed by Karl Lagerfeld with a garden, pool and lounge bar, Odyssey is an oasis of relaxation and well-being nestled in the heart of Monte-Carlo. For a lighter atmosphere, the Odyssey restaurant by the pool is a gourmet alternative at the Métropole. The menu highlights the freshness, lightness and quality of seasonal produce.
The somewhat bland exterior of this Monaco restaurant and bar hides a romantic, dimly lit red and gold interior and is a favorite with the glitterati. Fully refurbished in 2019, this iconic venue, popular with every generation, is the ideal place to dine and dance the night away into the wee hours, with an eclectic mix of music and a heady ambiance. Located on avenue Princess Grace the bar is a must-visit during any event in Monaco.
The brainchild of Italian businessman Flavio Briatore, Twiga has a similar vibe to the Billionaire Clubs’ other establishments. It moved to a new location in 2021 and can now be found on the second floor of Grimaldi Forum. It has great views of the Mediterranean Sea. Go for dinner at one of its two restaurants serving either Italian or Japanese fare. Then stay on to dance the night away as at around 1 a.m. it transforms into a nightclub
Since 1863, casinos have shaped Monaco and forged its legend. Today, the principality remains the finest and most luxurious destination for high rollers and the general public alike, offering the most luxurious experience found nowhere else in the world. The reason is simple: Monaco’s casinos have mastered the art of constant self-reinvention, preserving tradition yet always innovating. This is the ultimate way to discover Monaco as each one offers much more than just casino games or slot machines. With their lounge areas, gourmet restaurants and pop-up art installations, they are all places to see and to be seen.
François Blanc, the casino's founder once said, “we should do nothing here as it is done elsewhere.” The image of James Bond has become inseparable from the Casino de Monte-Carlo, which, with its Belle Époque architecture, is a reference for gaming and entertainment, not just in Europe but around the world. With its exceptional selection: French Roulette, English Roulette, Trente et Quarante, Baccarat, Black Jack and Poker Texas Hold ’em Ultimate new and occasional players try their luck at the table games under the warm glow of Bohemian crystal chandeliers, while slot machine players hunt down lady luck in the Salle Renaissance or Salle des Amériques. Everything here is about sophistication and attention to detail, to create an immersive experience in the casino world. No trip to Monaco is complete without a visit to the casino.
The ever-lively Casino Cafe de Paris offers players the widest selection of state-of-the-art slot machines. Nevertheless, the casino’s must haves are still traditional table games like Black Jack, English Roulette and Ultimate Texas Hold'em Poker. Aficionados and adrenaline lovers from all over the world come here to try their luck on this playground of chance.
Monaco's mystique is shrouded in the prestige of its world-renowned events. An unabashed capital of luxury living and the finer things, the distinguished guest will find no shortage of festivities and galas. From fashion, regattas, philanthropy, and the iconic Grand Prix, Monaco's events are far more than a celebration but are indicative of a distinct way of being where the pursuit of excellence is sacrosanct.
The Historic Monaco Grand Prix was created in 1997, on the 700th anniversary of the Grimaldi Dynasty. Unlike its Formula 1 counterpart, the Historic Grand Prix takes place every two years, a fortnight ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix. Only cars built up to 1980 are eligible to take part. A major meeting for classic car enthusiasts, the Historic Monaco Grand Prix features more than 230 vehicles built between the 1930s and the late 1970s.
The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the oldest and most prestigious motor races. Today, the Monaco Grand Prix city circuit snakes around Port Hercule, the streets of Monte-Carlo and La Condamine, in a series of tight bends surrounded by protective rails: there is no clearance between the track and the rails, unlike on other circuits. Drivers compete in their excellence to negotiate this extremely technical course. The greatest names in motor racing distinguished themselves here, from Fangio in the 1950s up to Schumacher in the 1990s. Ayrton Senna won this legendary race six times and became part of the legend of the Monaco Grand Prix. With its historic atmosphere, exclusive guest lists, and troublesome track, it makes for an all-around excellent sporting experience.
Amber Lounge Fashion is the world-renowned annual event, a fashion show, a charity auction and F1 after-party event all in one. It brings together the world of fashion and motorsport. Amber Lounge’s charity auction, held during the Fashion Show, has raised more than USD 6.5 million for charitable organizations, including Caudwell Children, Sir Jackie Stewart’s ‘Race Against Dementia’, the Elton John Aids Foundation, Special Olympics, the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund and Make a Wish Singapore and Abu Dhabi. To date the Amber Lounge has worked with brands such as: Jimmy Choo, Ted Baker, Crisoni, Melissa Odabash, Julien Macdonald, Vionett and Osman.
The Monte-Carlo Masters is an annual tennis tournament for male professional players held in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France, a commune that borders on Monaco. The event is part of the ATP Tour Masters 1000 on the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour. The tournament is played on clay courts and is held every year in the April–May period.
The first Monaco Red Cross gala was chaired by Prince Rainier III in 1948. Today it is undoubtedly the highlight of the summer in Monaco. Every year the world's largest charity gala evening brings together the international elite of crowned heads and prominent people as well as donors from all over the world. Take part in this unique event reserved for a privileged few.
It is a music and dance festival in Monaco, created in response to the wishes of Princess Grace. Today it is under the patronage of Princess Caroline of Hanover and celebrates the beginning of Spring. The musical event brings together musicians from all over the world. The Spring Arts Festival venues play as great a role in its success as the performances themselves, with audiences getting the chance to discover talented artists in extraordinary surroundings every year.
The Monte-Carlo Gala for Planetary Health (previously called the Gala for the Global Ocean) is the Met Gala of Europe. For its effort to save the ocean, the Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco hosts the star-studded Monte-Carlo Gala for Planetary Health. International artists, celebrities, and philanthropists gather for this significant fundraising event to protect the ocean. It aims to address the growing concern of ocean destruction, marine-life threats, ocean acidification, and plastic pollution. It's the place to see and be seen, in the most incredible attire you can find. This is a very exclusive and expensive event to attend.
The Sporting Summer Festival is the summer event that celebrates the greatest artists on the international music scene. You can be carried away by the jazz and blues sounds in the Salle Garnier of the Monte-Carlo Opera. The month of August will see a succession of other great international artists, and the festival will as always end on a high note.
At the end of September, Port Hercule hosts the Monaco Yacht Show, an impressive spectacle devoted to the world of luxury yachting. Every year the MYS has 125 unique and exceptional superyachts on display, built by the world’s superior shipbuilders, along with 580 major yachting businesses. Exclusive launches for extraordinary ships, lectures about the yachts’ architecture, the unveiling of innovative devices: where ingenuity meets top-of-the-range sailing are all segments of this exceptional annual event. Discover what’s for sail, with about 600 exhibitors on hand, you’ll have the pick of water toys, and other items with which to outfit your home on the water. At the forefront of luxury seafaring, the super speedy Superyacht Galactica has been known to make an appearance at this prestigious event.
The 16th edition of the Palermo-Monte-Carlo will attract all eyes from August 21st. This prestigious regatta, organized by the Yacht Club de Monaco, will start in the Gulf of Mondello and finish in Monaco after 500 nautical miles of frenzied racing. Between the maxi, multihulls and ORC/IRCs, a total of fifty boats have been announced for the start of this renowned race. Sailing is therefore in the spotlight in Monaco before the Yacht Show in September.