Under the leadership of H.S.H. Prince Albert II, environmental issues are a national priority for Monaco, which has been pursuing a proactive policy in favour of sustainable development for several years.

The Principality of Monaco wishes to assert its position as a Responsible Tourism destination by offering visitors the opportunity to experience the full range of its initiatives through visits outside the usual tourist trails and discover a sustainable Monaco.

The Terraces of the Casino de Monaco are a promenade located above the Hôtel Fairmont and behind the Casino de Monaco. These publicly accessible terraces are planted with lush vegetation, which has been present for many years, as can be seen from the size of some of the plants. This walk offers visitors numerous vantage points and a 180° panorama from Roquebrune Cap-Martin to the Rock of Monaco.

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    by Sarah Houlbert & Julien Thirion (France). Here you are invited to take a walk on a jetty, represented by a wooden pontoon within a pebble beach.


    by Amber Myers - Studio Fish & Pot (South Africa / The Netherlands). All along the coastline of the French Riviera, a mosaic landscape is being formed by natural processes.

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Ideas for exploration suggested by the Principality's Department of Urban Development, Monaco City Council and the Société des Bains de Mer :

  • Casino Gardens and the Garden of Little Africa, Place du Casino – Monaco
  • Japanese Garden, 5 avenue Princesse Grace
  • Jardins Saint-Martin and Sainte-Barbe, Avenue Saint-Martin
  • Unesco Garden, Port de Fontvieille
  • The Princess Grace Rose Garden, Avenue des Guelfes
  • Parc Princesse Antoinette, 54 bis boulevard du Jardin Exotique

Information : 

  • Principality of Monaco Tourism and Convention Authority - Tel: 377 92 16 61 16