Pharmacies: How to get your medication in Monaco?

Pharmacie Fontvieille
Pharmacie Fontvieille

All “non-essential public spaces” are closed until further notice, due to the progression of coronavirus in bordering countries. However, shops, groceries, pharmacies, tobacco shops, news kiosks, service stations and banks remain open in the Principality.


According to the Prince’s Government, all pharmacies in Monaco can deliver medications and other health-related products to isolated people staying at home. This service depends on neighbourhood of your home and availability of the drug. The measure is introduced in order to limit movement around the country and waiting times in pharmacies.


Below is a list of Monegasque pharmacies and their details:

Pharmacie de l’Annonciade 24, boulevard d’Italie
Pharmacie WEHREL 2, boulevard d’Italie  
Pharmacie Bughin 26, boulevard Princesse Charlotte
Pharmacie Carnot 37, boulevard du Jardin Exotique (
Pharmacie Centrale 1, place d’Armes
Pharmacie de l’Estoril 31, avenue Princesse Grace
Pharmacie de Fontvieille 25, avenue Albert II
Pharmacie Internationale 22, rue Grimaldi
Pharmacie du Jardin Exotique 31, avenue Hector Otto
Pharmacie J.P.F. 1, rue Grimaldi
Pharmacie Médecin 19, boulevard Albert 1er
Pharmacie de Monte-Carlo 4, boulevard des Moulins
Pharmacie des Moulins 27, boulevard des Moulins
Pharmacie Plati 5, rue Plati
Pharmacie du Rocher 15, rue Comte Félix Gastaldi
Pharmacie San-Carlo 22, boulevard des Moulins


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