In the center of the gardens, a surprising mirror reflects the majestic Casino de Monte-Carlo. The Boulingrin gardens feature a succession of fountains, pavilions, and flowerbeds right in the heart of Monte-Carlo. The gardens were designed in 1865, at the...
Just beneath the old town, the garden offers striking views on the Port Hercule harbour and the Mediterranean. Next to the garden, visitors can also discover Fort Antoine, a panoramic watchtower that now serves as a theatre.
Located in the Fontvieille neighbourhood, the park much liked by families features flora typical of the mediterranean and a large pond that is home to free-roaming ducks and geese.
The Fontvieille park encircles the Grand Chapiteau, providing the area with a park much appreciated by families. There are Mediterranean plants such as olive trees, pines and cypresses, as well as more exotic species such as Strelitzias, Stenocarpus and Araucarias.
A little known garden, the Princess Antoinette Park is located in the Condamine neighbourhood and features Mediterranean flora.
A haven of calm and serenity, the garden was built in honor of the late Princess and is home to 300 different rose varieties and some 8,000 rose bushes.
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.
The gardens of the Société des Bains de Mer are very closely linked to the development of Monaco’s most famous neighbourhood: Monte-Carlo. Monte-Carlo rose to fame around 1893 when the Casino was established on Spélugues rock that had previously been...
High up on a cliff, the exotic garden is home to over 1,000 cacti and other succulent plants. At the base of the cliff is also a prehistoric cave that is open to visitors. Thanks to its location, the garden...
This garden was created in 1994 at the request of Prince Rainier III and was designed in accordance with the strictest principles of Zen design by landscape architect Yasuo Beppu (Grand Prix at the Osaka Flower Exhibition in 1990).
Just off Casino square, the garden features luscious tropical plants. Built in the late 19th century, it was originally designed to give Europeans a taste of exoticism.
Lush outdoor space with topiaries, large sculptures, a fountain, and beautiful blossoms.
On the southern flank of the Rocher, the gardens are home to over 250 animals from 50 different species.