Located between the sea and the mountains, Cap d’Ail is the perfect place to drop anchor and swim in its clear waters.
Cap d’Ail is also very famous for its restaurant “La Réserve de la Mala”.
Stroll through the Monaco’s Principality also called “the Rock”. You will find its royal palace and its extraordinary architecture.
Each year the city welcomes more and more visitors from all over the world to celebrate the Monte Carlo circus, the “Grand Prix of Monaco” or the Yacht show.
Renowned for its yachts, Port Hercule is an essential place to visit.
Take advantage of the exceptional setting of the Bay of Mandelieu and the Esterel with the red rocks. A well-known place on the Côte d'Azur.
First step of your day: the small village of Eze will allow you to approach the rocky slopes of the coast while enjoying the calm of its beach.
A small rocky island after Eze, l’isoletta is a unique large rock that juts out into the water, dotted with pine trees.
Hidden at the bottom of the bay of Saint-Laurent and between two cliffs – the beach of La Mala is very quiet and not easily accessible from the land.
Pass Cap Mala in the direction of Monaco. Take advantage of the navigation to admire the numerous capes.
A rocky and steep cape which shelters many luxury villas.
Last cape before Monaco, the Cap d’Ail marks a real geographical demarcation between a still relatively wild region and the principality of Monaco.
Located in the western districts of Monaco, the port of Fontvieille slips between the cliff and a part of the city built on the water. It is the smallest port in Monaco.
Built in 1297, the Princely Palace is since its creation the residence of the prince. You will have the opportunity to go to the square and admire this building.
Built on the side of a cliff, the oceanographic museum of Monaco enjoys an exceptional setting that has made its reputation. you must see!
Direction one of the most famous ports in the world known for its yachts and its yacht club to reach the heart of Monaco.