Princess Antoinette Park

Princess Antoinette Park is a special place – a hectare which is home to hundred-year-old olive trees. This “green lung” at the heart of the Principality is first and foremost a garden for children, offering activities suitable for all ages.

In addition to the various play areas (swings, slides, springers, roundabout, etc.) there are also multipurpose sports grounds and ball games, table tennis tables, badminton and volleyball courts, a small skateboard park, and so on. For the youngest visitors, there’s the mini farm, which is home to sheep, goats, ducks, chickens and rabbits, and is well maintained on a daily basis by the gardeners.
Recently, a “Zen space”, featuring light wood and bamboo decking, has also been created, providing a serene area in the middle of the park.
Finally, an 18-hole miniature golf course on clay rounds out the particularly rich variety of zones available, and the adjoining kiosk offers light refreshments so that families can sit out on the terrace as they watch their children play.

Free entry from 8.30 am (closing time dependent on time of year)

 Accessibility: people with reduced mobility can enjoy full access to the park (be careful of slopes and inclines). A swing in the shape of a saucer, which is particularly suitable for children with disabilities, can be used by all children aged over 2 years old and less than 155 cm tall.