your day by discovering the different periods in the region’s Prehistory and
Protohistory at the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology. Then stop for a break
in Princesse Antoinette Park, with its hundred-year old olive trees. Finally,
head to Larvotto Beach and its Promenade des Champions to round off your
Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology
The Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology was founded by Prince Albert I in 1902 “to conserve traces of early humankind exhumed in the Principality and neighbouring regions.”
The numerous collections which have been brought together in the Museum over more than a century represent the various phases of regional prehistory and protohistory. The majority of the archaeological and palaeontological exhibits come from the Principality and neighbouring areas (France and Italy).
56 bis, boulevard du Jardin Exotique
Princess Antoinette Park
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.
Lignes 3, 5
Parc Princesse Antoinette
54 bis, boulevard du Jardin Exotique
A stay in the Principality can recharge your batteries in a fraction of a second. The benefits of the sea are self-evident. Larvotto Beach will be closed for renovation.
Promenade des Champions
year since 2003, a footballer is recognised for their athletic achievements and
personality, with an international prize known as the Golden Foot. The winner
is presented with a gold trophy, and invited to leave their footprint on the
seaside Promenade des Champions, in the Principality of Monaco.
12 Avenue Princesse Grâce