Camille Lopez: at the prow of sutainable yachting

With her consulting firm HY-Plug, which focuses on green technologies and energy in the maritime industry, young entrepreneur Camille Lopez is on course for energy transition.

Camille Lopez

Exploring the sea and recharging your batteries

A source of biodiversity, the sea offers health benefits, and it also conveys stories and narratives that are part of the history of the resort, from the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo to the Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo and its restaurant, L’Hirondelle. 

Exploring the Sea

Being a pioneer of sustainable tourism: “The Sea Is Green” conference

Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer organised the “The Sea is Green” conference promoting sustainable tourism. Find out what the Resort has done and learn about its commitment to protecting the environment.

Rencontre "The Sea is Green"

The lagoon gardens: a heavenly hideaway

A real “green lung” of the Larvotto district, the lagoon’s magnificent gardens cover 4 hectares of land and offer an exotic hideaway far from Monaco’s buzzing city centre. 

Monte-Carlo Bay - Lagon

The Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo bouquet

Discover the favourite piece of the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo: Marco Traverso’s bouquet

Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo

The Mercantour chard: a story of terroirs

In the gastronomy of Monaco, chard is anything but obsolete. This vegetable is even a base ingredient of Barbajuan, the emblematic fried ravioli.In order to offer his customers the very best produce, Philippe Joannès, executive director of Monte-Carlo Catering has chosen an unusual supplier for his chard.

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Mercantour ambrosia: the sweetness of honey

Discover Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer honey with the Monte-Carlo Catering team: organic honey from Roua, inland Nice, produced in the foothills of the Mercantour, symbol of its commitment to the Planet.

Sporting Monte-Carlo - Monte-Carlo Catering - Le Miel du Mercantour

Creating your own vegetable garden: Ready? Get set... Now grab your shovels!

Spring has finally come, which means it’s the perfect time to start growing some vegetables in your garden or balcony. Even when you’re cooped up at home, there’s nothing to keep you from rolling up your sleeves for a bit. Anyone who’s ever grown vegetables will tell you that it’s a great way to overcome boredom and destress. Here are four handy tips from Pascal Garrigues, Head of the Beach Club at Monte-Carlo Beach, for creating your own vegetable garden.

The cultural life of Monaco

Musée - araignée -Louise bourgeois

Awards and certifications: a shower of awards for our Resort

Discover all the awards and certifications received in 2022 by the Resort’s establishments recognising the excellence of our teams and rewarding our efforts in eco-responsibility and sustainable development.

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