The exceptionally mild microclimate made Menton a paradise for 19th century botanists who domesticated exotic plants brought back from their distant travels. Here, tropical and subtropical species flourish due to the constant high temperatures and humidity. Banana, avocado, mango, ficus trees, etc. can be found in the urban gardens. In addition to its beautiful public and private gardens, the city has many hectares of green space that make Menton an exceptional environment.

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Ideas for exploration suggested by the Menton tourist office :

  • The beaches of the Midi, Boulevard Jean Hibert
  • Place Clémenceau, Place Georges Clémenceau
  • Halles municipales (City market), 5 quai de Monleon
  • Place aux Herbes, 1 Place aux Herbes
  • Parvis Saint Michel, Place de l’Église
  • Parc du Pian, Entrée au 11 avenue Blasco Ibanez ou boulevard de Garavan
  • Seafront promenade, Promenade du Soleil

Information : 

  • Office de tourisme de Menton – Tél : + 33 (0) 4 92 41 76 76