From 10 March, art, culture and solidarity will be the focus of exhibitions, panel discussions and other activities...
Many of the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer's establishments are Green Globe certified, and the Resort is working to be one of the first to obtain this certification in its own right.
Find out more about our green and community actions in our full programme of events.
World record holder, extreme diver, educator, adventurer, underwater cameraman, lecturer, coach...
The director of the Académie Monégasque de la Mer likes to pass on his knowledge, his values and his passion.
For 'The Sea is Green', Pierre Frolla will accompany Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer as a figure who exemplifies the values of the group that will be highlighted during this period.
A key player in the 'The Sea is Green' phasing that accompanies Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer with his works throughout the period is Jean Boghossian, a multidisciplinary abstract artist whose works all bear, to varying degrees, traces of degradation by burning. Through the process of deliberate damage and the use of a blowtorch instead of a brush, Boghossian raises the question of what it means to create inextinguishable art with an invasive and violent, yet poetic method.
From 10 March to 10 May, come and see an exhibition that pays tribute to 'The Sea is Green' installed in the gardens and urban space of Monte-Carlo. The Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo will host an exhibition of 20 to 30 marine ceramic shells by the artist.
"Ti'Ou", whose real name is Virginie Devin, is a committed artist from Nice and a seasoned scuba diver. Fascinated by nature, she decided to found "Terre de Vrai", an association that raises children's awareness of ecological and biodiversity issues.
For her creations, the artist works with natural materials by intrinsically linking cracked clay, wood, steel, oxidized bronze with verdigris, crystals and brazier glass. This is how she sublimates the silhouettes of marine animals by sculpting the materials to invite you to navigate in weightlessness in the liquid beauty of a suspended world.
Ti'Ou has been a partner of the Blue Bay restaurant since 2021, where her marine sculptures and latest animal creations are exhibited, sharing Chef Marcel Ravin's respect and wonder for a nature that is both rich and fragile.
From 10 March to 10 May, come and admire an exhibition approaching the Blue Bay that pays tribute to 'The Sea is Green'. Her paintings and sculptures inspired by the sea will be exhibited in a thematic art trail, to be discovered throughout the duration of 'The Sea is Green' campaign.
"Gastronomy is the art of using food to create happiness".
Initiated by the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, then extended to the entire Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer Resort, the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer Solidarity Week is back.
The principle? To serve meals to the most underprivileged at the Fourneau Economique in Nice, prepared by the Resort's Chefs.
The Chefs as well as volunteer employees will be involved on 13, 14, 16 and 17 March in collaboration with the Solidarpole association.
When luxury goes green! A meeting for the protection of the oceans at the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo.
'The Sea is Green : Sustainable hospitality and the protection of the oceans' | A panel discussion based on the experiences of sustainable hotel operators on what they are doing to respect the environment, interviewed by journalist Leila Ghandi, and in the presence of Pierre Frolla. Wednesday 22 March 2023.
Exhibition of marine ceramics by Jean Boghossian | The Hôtel des Connaisseurs will host an exhibition of the artist's marine ceramics from 10 March to 10 May. 20 to 30 exceptional shells associated with ceramic work will be displayed in the lobby, the main corridor and the winter garden under the Eiffel dome.
Installation realized by Céline Pagès and Madame Ernest in homage to the defense of the sea bed by the incarnation of giant jellyfish made of recycled materials.
From March 10 to May 10, from 12:00 pm