Gardens & Parks

Boulingrins Gardens

The “French-style” garden offers a magnificent view of the Casino square. The reason for creating the garden was to improve the Principality’s economy, following the loss, in 1848, of the towns of Menton and Roquebrune. As such, on the advice...


Fishermen’s Garden

Located in Monaco City, or more precisely at the foot of the Rock, this garden is above the sea. Many visitors pass within a few metres of this path, without even noticing it. This is because it is hidden between...


Fontvieille Park

Located on Avenue des Papalins in the Fontvielle district, the garden has a large water feature in the centre. Construction began in 2019 to allow visitors to walk around the pond. A new pontoon is accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs.


Fontvieille park

Fontvieille’s landscaped park surrounds the Chapiteau, a huge fixed marquee type structure for hosting events, and provides the neighbourhood with a landscaped urban park that is much appreciated by families. Inside the park Mediterranean species such as olive trees, pines...


Princess Antoinette Park

The Princess Antoinette Park kindergarten is managed by the City’s Events Department. It is located in the La Condamine district. The Princess Antoinette Park provides families with activities suitable for children and toddlers up to 9 years old. This means...


Princess Grace Rose Garden

In the heart of the lush gardens of Fontvieille, you will find a place of peace and serenity, laid out over an area of more than 5,000 m². On a path lined with contemporary sculptures, some 4,000 rose bushes perfume...


Saint-Martin Gardens

The Principality’s first public garden opened in 1816. Built on an abandoned plot, it was originally meant as a way of providing work to residents when Monaco was struck by famine. Originally, the Saint-Martin gardens were a typically Mediterranean garden,...


The Casino Gardens

The gardens of the Société des Bains de Mer are closely linked to the development of part of the Principality of Monaco. Indeed, Monte-Carlo took off around 1893 with the creation of its Casino on the rock of the Spélugues,...


The Exotic Garden

Opened to the public in 1933, this garden brings together a wide variety of extravagantly shaped “succulent” plants in a prestigious outdoor setting. Built on the cliff face, it offers a breathtaking view of the Principality of Monaco. Its name was...


The Japanese Garden

Created in 1994, at the request of Prince Rainier III, by the landscape architect Yasuo Beppu (Grand Prix of the Osaka Flower Show 90′), the garden reflects the strictest principles underpinning the concept of Zen thinking. The garden will take...


The little Africa Gardens

Home to astonishing tropical species, this garden is full of amazing species, such as trees with buttress and aerial roots. Situated between the Tourist Office and the Monte-Carlo Casino, the garden “La Petite Afrique” with its exuberant essences and exotic...


UNESCO Garden

Overlooking the port of Fontvieille, the UNESCO Garden is a calm and relaxing place. This lush outdoor space has topiaries and beautiful sculptures, making it an open-air exhibition. Among the sculptures are: Renaissance by Kim Hamisky, Close-up “And the Seventh...


Zoological Gardens

Founded by Prince Rainier III in 1954 on his return from one of his trips to Africa, the garden covers one hectare in the heart of the Principality. Although mainly home to primates, there are a number of other species...